February 23, 2007
Volume 35
Issue 08
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Instructors sought for Gay City University 2007
Instructors sought for Gay City University 2007
Join Gay City for the 13h edition of Gay City University, coming Saturday, May 19th 2007.

Gay City Health Project is now seeking engaging individuals to teach classes at this year's Gay City University on Capitol Hill! You're invited to teach on the subject of your choice--no prior experience is necessary, just be passionate about what you're teaching. Classes range in size from 10 to 30 students, and are 90 minutes long. Classes can cover a huge range of topics including: aging - financial strategies for Gay men - dating -cinema and theater-holistic medicine - fitness/exercise - Gay history - literature and writing -home interiors-pop culture - arts and crafts - relationships - sexuality and erotica - gardening - travel - career development - really anything that may be of interest to the community!

Instructors will be selected by a volunteer committee. Individuals interested in offering a course at Gay City University should contact Tony Froehlich at (206) 388-1705 or to receive a course proposal form. Proposal forms are also available at Gay City at 511 E Pike St. (between Belmont and Summit). Proposals may be emailed, snail-mailed, faxed or dropped off, and must arrive at Gay City no later than Tuesday, March 20th.

Gay City University (GCU) is an annual day-long that provides opportunities for growth and learning to Gay, Bisexual and Trans men in the Seattle area through non-graded classes and workshops offered in a safe and fun environment (a local school). GCU seeks to create a sense of community and to promote communication and self-esteem among Gay, Bisexual and Trans men of all ages.

Gay City Health Project is a multicultural Gay men's health organization and the premiere provider of HIV/STD testing in King County. Gay City's mission is to promote the health of Gay and Bisexual men and prevent HIV transmission by building community, fostering communication, and nurturing self-esteem.

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