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Street Team

OUT FRONT is looking for y’all to join our team!  

As the number of queer bars and spaces pop up around Denver, we need your help to make sure our readers know what is going on in the Mile High City, and our small staff can’t be everywhere at once.

Street Team staff will work as ambassadors, representing OUT FRONT  professionally with positive attitude while documenting Denver’s queer scene!

Organization: OUT FRONT Magazine

Primary Location: 3535 Walnut St., Denver, Colorado

Employee Status: Freelance/Volunteer

Responsibilities:
Attend queer events around town (for free)
Use your phone to take photos and videos of consenting persons at the events
Post on social media (Instagram, Facebook, Twitter)
Understand the mission of every event and execute with professionalism
Follow all guidelines and safety procedures

Qualifications:
21 years of age or older
Live within Denver
Strong social media presence
People oriented, friendly, respectful, and responsible individual with common sense, ability to adjust to different environment and situations, be proactive, approachable and helpful

Payment:
$1 per post
Free entry into queer events
A free drink at each event
Access to theater shows, concerts, grand openings, etc…  

To Apply:

Email editorial@outfrontmagazine.com with links to your social profiles and why you want to join the street team!

About OUT FRONT:

Founded in 1976, OUT FRONT is the nation’s second-oldest queer media company. We are dedicated to providing news and features content to and about LGBTQ folks, both in Colorado and worldwide.

At OUT FRONT, we believe that each person is a vibrant contribution to the fabric of life. We reflect these values in our print and digital content, and focus on the issues that closely affect our community.

OUT FRONT is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer – All qualified applicants/employees will receive consideration for employment without regard to that individual’s age, race, color, religion or creed, national origin or ancestry, sex (including pregnancy), sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, physical or mental disability, veteran status, genetic information, ethnicity, citizenship, or any other characteristic protected by law.