December 6, 2015, NY, NY – HAF and its affiliates –The Latino Pride Center (LPC) and Queens Pride House (QPH) – announce several full time positions. These positions respond to the growing needs presented by the LGBT community for culturally and linguistically competent health and human services. LPC and QPH are seeking fresh talent and highly motivated career-oriented professionals who possess the competencies and commitment to actively participate in the conceptualization, design, and implementation of new programs and the expansion services that support our vision of a “healthier” LGBT community.
Located in East Harlem, NYC, the Latino Pride Center was established in June 2013 as the first organization in the USA fully devoted to providing comprehensive health and human services to the Latino gay community in New York City. However, regardless of our name, LPC and QPH are inclusive and welcome everyone who seeks their services with open arms—nearly 35% of the participants identify as other than Latino. They are white, Europeans, African Americans, Africans, Caribbeans, and Asians; as well as non-LGBT.
As of July 2015, HAF (LPC’s parent company) entered into a strategic partnership with Queens Pride House to “merge’ their resources with a goal of expanding their reach and the offer of health and human services to LGBT populations in Queens, New York.
“Our hard work is beginning to yield good results and we are poised to replicate and expand services offered by both organizations at all three locations –Bronx, Manhattan and Queens, New York”; said Heriberto Sanchez Soto, HAF’s Executive Director, who is heading the strategic alliance.
Visit the JOBS page for details on each of the vacancies posted.
We want you on our team, our LGBT community needs your talent!