Student Associate Program
GRASE Student Associates, a year-long paid internship positions, collaborates with the Director of the Center, campus partners, and student organizations in developing and implementing events, workshops, and special initiatives. Each Student Associates also has a primary focus on any of the following, but not limited to, special programs and events, communication, library and exhibit collection, research, and leadership development. For open positions, please visit PT Job Board on the Center for Career and Professional Advising (CCPA) site
LGBTQ+ Advisory Council
The LGBTQ+ Advisory Council, a volunteer leadership opportunity, provides thought leadership on issues, policies, and practices impacting the LGBTQ+ communities at Haverford. Council members support the GRASE Center staff by identifying concerns, examining campus policies and resources, and making recommendations related to LGBTQ+ students. If you are interested in serving on the Advisory Council, please submit an interest form.
GRASE LGBTQIA+ Alumni Mentorship (GLAM) Program is a pilot initiative that aims to enhance LGBTQIA+ students' overall college experience by matching students with alumni mentors for guidance, support, and resources.
- If you are seeking to connect with a mentor, please start by filling out an interest form.
- If you are interested in being a mentor, please start by filling out the volunteer mentor interest form.
Please note: The Mentor Program is not intended to take the place of professional counseling, but rather to be an additional or alternative option for students seeking peer mentorship.
Each year students choose to spend time volunteering with the GRASE Center and local LGBTQ+ organizations. To learn more about volunteering opportunities, please contact GRASE staff!
Rainbow Fords is a student organization dedicated to creating a safe space for questioning, gay, lesbian, bisexual, trans* and other queer Haverford students. The organization was originally known as the Queer Discussion Group (QDG) that has existed on Haverford College’s campus for a number of years. THe QDG was created as a safe, confidential space for queer students to meet up and discuss topics related to gender, sexuality, community, and life. In fall 2019, QDG surveyed the community and found that people wanted the group to shift towards being more involved on campus. As part of this, QDG decided to change their name to Rainbow Fords after input and a vote from the community. The membership and meetings are kept confidential to maintain a supportive environment and open conversation.