HUBBS is dedicated to opening pathways for BGLTQ students interested in finance, consulting, technology, and other business sectors to pursue their career goals, and the committee is open to any undergraduate member of the BGLTQ and allied community at Harvard interested in …Read more about Harvard Undergraduate BGLTQ Business Society (HUBBS)
Harvard College Bisexual, Gay, Lesbian, Transgender, Queer and Allied Students in the Sciences ("HBASIS") is concerned with the academic and social concerns of BGLTQ-identified students in STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) at Harvard and their allies. Our objectives are to empower BGLTQ-identified students in STEM by providing them with a forum for support and networking, and to further their academic and career goals by helping to connect them with BGLTQ-identified mentors who work in various STEM fields. Contact: email@example.com
Our Harvard Can Do Better is a student activist organization working on the college, university and national level to advocate for survivor-centric, intersectionally inclusive reform of sexual violence policies. We are not a counseling group and we are not trained first responders.Read more about Our Harvard Can Do Better
HealthPALs are a team of student liaisons between Harvard University Health Services (HUHS) and the student body. We are trained in first-aid and CPR, and have first-aid supplies and over-the-counter medications in each of the upperclassmen Houses.
QAPA is committed to providing a supportive social, political, and educational environment for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning people of Asian and Pacific Islander heritage in the Boston and New England area.
The Pipleline Project is an online database that works to achieve significantly increased levels of diversity within LGBT advocacy and service organizations and in the leadership of those organizations with a program that focuses on (1) recruitment and retention of diverse talent for LGBT … Read more about The Pipeline Project
Boston Pride creates change and progress in society by embracing our community’s diverse history, culture, and identities, promoting community engagement and inclusivity, and striving for visibility and respect in unity.
Boston GLASS, a BGLTQ Youth Drop-In center, provides counseling, advocacy and referrals for health care services and housing to Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender and Questioning (GLBTQ) teens and young adults, many of whom are youth of color.