Saba Teku, Social Media Marketing Intern

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Saba Teku is an Ethiopian-American currently pursuing her bachelors degree at the University of Colorado, Denver. She’s passionate about media advocacy, Africa, sustainable development, and frozen yogurt.

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Aleta Lan, Editorial Intern

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Aleta is a multiethnic polysexual genderqueer female who’s passionate about women and LBGT identities across cultures and communities.

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Natalie Weng, Editorial Intern

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Natalie is a queer Chinese woman who is passionate about economics, and political and social change.

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Jesse Wang, Social Media Marketing Intern

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Jesse is a queer Taiwanese grad student at Boston University. She loves equal rights, the Celtics, working with elders, and anything technology or Business related.

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Jacquie Harris, Editorial Intern

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Jacqui is a queer white ally from Pittsburgh, PA. She is passionate about theater, performance art, poetry, and love.

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Tiffany Yvette, Editorial Intern

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Tiffany is a queer Southern Black Feminist and a first-year graduate student at American University. She is passionate about Feminism, literacy, queer culture, intense Scrabble matches and travelling.

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Victoria McCarroll, Marketing Communications Intern

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Victoria is a queer white ally who’s passionate about media, transgender issues, and the intersection of gender, race, and sexuality.

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Introducing Our Summer Intern, Lina Torres!

We are thrilled to welcome Lina, our 2011 Summer Intern, to QWOC+ Boston, just in time for QWOC Week Planning Season! Lina has posted a quick hello for all of you, so please give her a warm welcome 🙂

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QWOC+ Boston Seeks Social Media Interns for Summer 2011

Queer Women of Color and Friends (QWOC+ Boston) is currently seeking two (2) dynamic motivated interns interested in exploring a career in social media marketing. This unpaid internship requires a commitment of 15 hours per week in addition (including mandatory attendance at our weekly planning meetings), but offers a flexible schedule; hours can be worked primarily from home, at night, and on the weekends.

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A Warm Welcome for Our Spring Intern, Asha Carter!

It is with great excitement that we welcome Asha Carter, our first Development Intern, to the QWOC+ Boston family! She’ll be the lead coordinator of our Youth Development Weekend in May, and helping us get ready for QWOC WEEK!

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QWOC+ Boston Seeks Student Interns for Fall 2010!

We are currently accepting applications for the following TWO (2) internship positions for Fall 2010! We promise you a rewarding …

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