Meet the Interns
Counseling Interns provide visitors of the LGBTQ Center and Peer Educators with opportunities to talk one-on-one about their academic or personal experiences and challenges in a confidential, safe space. Interns are able to provide referral services to on- and off-campups resources as well, and facilitate some of our weekly Drop-In Clubs and Groups.
If you would like to meet with one of our Counseling Interns, please email the Coordinator of the LGBTQ Center at email@example.com or the interns directly at their email addresses provided below.
Carlos Flores, Graduate Counseling Intern
Carlos is a second-year graduate student in the M.A program in Counseling at Montclair State University with a concentration in Higher Education and Student Affairs. Prior to attending Montclair State University, he received his Bachelor's degree in Sociology from the University of South Florida and worked as a grassroots community organizer in Tampa, FL. As a Peer Educator in the Center, Carlos leads a weekly discussion group focused on issues of particular importance to Queer People of Color (QPoC). He also serves as a Counseling Intern at the LGBTQ Center. Carlos is interested in multiculturalism, LGBTQ rights, diversity and equity, transgender advocacy.
David Lennox, Graduate Counseling Intern
David is a second-year graduate student studying Counseling with a Higher Education concentration. After working with the LGBTQ Center last semester, he is excited to continue his work and continue to open minds, change policy on campus, and encourage student leaders. In his spare time, David loves watching movies, playing any sport, or lounging at the beach.