Jobs/Volunteer Opportunities

Welcome to Transgender Kansas!

We are so happy to have you consider being part of our wonderful team! Please review the open positions below and fill out the corresponding form. In addition, please email your resume to If you don’t see a role that fits what you are looking for please continue to check back with us!


Board Member
Board Members meet Monthly via Zoom. Members are responsible for reviewing the progress and programs of the organization. As well as making suggestions on adjustments to the organization’s Executive Director. Board Members need to be at least 18 years old.

Peer Support Leader

We are looking for Peer Support Leaders! You will work directly alongside our staff in person or virtually to lead youth groups ranging from Pre-K to college. Activities include crafts, LGBTQ+ history, ad age-appropriate outings! Peer Support Leaders need to be at least 24 years old.

Political Advocate

Political Advocates join us in reaching out to legislators and sharing Trans KS information. They also, assist in gathering Trans folk’s testimony and sending it to the Capitol to assist in fighting Anti-Trans legislation. In addition, Political Advocates may help hold political rallies across the state to garner support or opposition for bills during the legislative season.

Pride Month Tabling Volunteer

We are always looking for extra volunteers to help us get to as many pride events as possible! We attend pride events all across the state year round but especially during June. You will be provided all the materials necessary in order to sit and table at designated pride events.

Video/Photographer Co-Chair

We are always seeking more Videographers, and Photographers to add to our team! If you would like to volunteer your skills to help photograph an event we are at near you please fill out the form below.

Co-Chapter Leaders

Chapter Leaders help run local Trans KS Chapters all across the state. This allows us to better support local communities in Kansas. Opportunities you have are helping lead peer support groups, providing information to local hospitals, school districts, and putting on pride events.