Get Involved - Undergrads

Volunteering and Internship Opportunities


The Q Center offers a number of professional internship opportunities, including Social Media interns and SOGIE Peer Educators. Interns are important to the work of the Center and are fully integrated staff members.  Most position are for the full academic year at 10 hours per week. We take students seeking both CDCI or HDEV credit.  Postings can be found on Handshake through HireBING. 


Need community service? Want to be connected to the LGBTQ community? Need to enhance your resume? Bring your skills and ideas to the Q-Center! The Q-Center actively seeks individuals who are willing to spare some of their time to help us staff the Center and connect with the LGBTQ community. As a volunteer, you will be helping the Q-Center by keeping its doors open, marketing, hosting, tabling, designing, and more! We ask for a 2-3 hour commitment per week. Apply to volunteer here.

Dialogue Groups

Our peer led social discussion groups come and go based on the interest of the community each year. Don't see something you want? Volunteer to host it!


Trans and gender expansive students come together in a relaxed atmosphere to talk, play games, watch shows, and generally just chill together. Cis allies we love you, but please respect this is a trans only space

Student Organizations


Keshet (meaning "rainbow" in Hebrew) is a subgroup of Hillel at Binghamton. Their goal is to help create a fully inclusive environment that is committed to the values of equality. 


Out in Science, Technology, Engineering & Math or oSTEM envisions a world where LGBTQ+ people in the STEM community are empowered to achieve success in a safe and supportive environment that celebrates their diversity and unique contributions. oSTEM empowers LGBTQ+ people in STEM to succeed personally, academically, and professionally by cultivating environments and communities that nurture innovation, leadership, and advocacy. Binghamton is proud to now offer a student chapter on campus!

Rainbow Pride Union

Founded in 1971, Rainbow Pride Union (RPU) has undergone many transformations. Their mission is to provide a safe haven for the LGBTQ community on campus and in the surrounding areas. Through various events and activities, they provide social, political, and creative outlets for their members to express themselves. They promote education and awareness concerning LGBTQ issues with an emphasis on the intersections of race, gender, sexuality, culture, religion, and identity. Their ultimate goal is to instill a sense of pride in the LGBTQ community that remains with them throughout their lives.


SHADES is an organization that centers LGBTQ+ students of color at Binghamton University. They aim to educate and empower those students who lie at the intersections between race, gender, and sexuality. They encourage students to be politically and socially active in uplifting those around them and creating awareness for the unique experiences of LGBTQ+ POC have.