Our Events past, present, and future

This page aims to provide a glimpse into the types of events Pride Alliance organizes and hosts. Our events fall into five main categories: advocacy and outreach, education, professional development, volunteering, and social events.

Upcoming Events

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Weekly Grind

Come join Pride Alliance for a couple hours of what everyone at Tech seems to do most. Work on that homework assignment, write that project paper, or just enjoy some free coffee and the company of Pride Alliance. This is a safe space for LGBTQIA students and their allies.

Our Events

Welcome Week

Each year we host a variety of different events to help you get aquainted with the community on campus. During this week, we have a welcome reception with the LGBTQIA Center, our first General Meeting, a fun activity, and a volunteering event. In this week, many other organizations hold event so it is fine if you can only make it to a few events just stop in and enjoy!

a picture of the welcome week flyer


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Our community volunteering partner is Lost-n-Found. Lost-n-Found Youth is an Atlanta-based nonprofit organization whose mission is to take homeless lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender youths up to age 25 off the street and transition them into more permanent housing. We volunteer on a monthly basis.

Learn More about LnF Here!


Coming Out Week

Leading up to the Atlanta Pride celebration, Coming Out Week host a large variety of events to help boost visibility of the community on campus. In other words, a full week of being Loud & Proud on Georgia Tech's campus. With our tables on Tech Walkway or events with the LGBTQIA Center, we work to celebrate our community.

a collage of our out week ads


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Intersex 101

Intersex is an umbrella term used to describe a wide range of natural bodily variations. Intersex people are born with sex characteristics that do not fit typical binary notions of bodies designated “male” or “female.” This event sheds light on what the term intersex means and addresses the struggles faced by people who are intersex.


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