"A group for LGBTQ youth, teens, and young adults providing social support, activities, education, scholarships and a safe, accepting environment."

GLBT of Hunterdon County of NJ is a 501(c)(3) charity

and proud member of the Center for Non-Profits

Dinner Fundraiser to Support LGBTQ of Hunterdon County

LGBTQ of Hunterdon County

will be hosting a fundraiser

in Stockton, New Jersey

Date: April 30, 2017
Time: 4:00 P.M. to 8:00 P.M.

Via Ponte Restaurant
13 Bridge Street
Stockton, New Jersey
A four-course menu will be offered at $60 per person
Reservations are required as seating is limited, call (609) 397-9397 to reserve your table

Donations may also be made directly to LGBTQ of Hunterdon County of NJ

Please mail donations to:

Matthew L.

6 Prospect Hills, Apt2A

Flemington, NJ 08822

If you have question about the LGBTQ group please call Matthew Loscialo

Non-profit 501 (c) (3) - The fundraiser will help to support our mission to provide informational speakers and offer a
scholarship to an entering college freshman in the LGBT community in Hunterdon County.


Speaker: Nikki DiCaro

GLBT of Hunterdon County of NJ

will be hosting speaker Nikki DiCaro

June 1st, 2017 6:00pm to 8:30pm 
North Branch County Library 
65 Halsted Street, Clinton, NJ 08809  

Nikki DiCaro is the Founder and CEO

of DiCaro Consulting, a diversified

consultancy, has extensive real world

experience in the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual,

Transgender and Gender Queer (LGBTQ)

communities. Nikki is a subject matter expert in gender transition for transgender, employers, families and educators. She is a strong, vocal, articulate and inspirational advocate for unconditional equality and diversity. DiCaro is a regular speaker, trainer and presenter on all topics involving diversity, inclusion and equality.  

It's Movie Night! Thursday, July 5th, 2018 at the Clinton Library

GLBT of Hunterdon County of NJ holds meetings in Clinton at the North Branch County Library every 1st Thursday of the month from 6pm - 8:30pm.

On the agenda for this month's meeting: Movie Night!

​We'll be watching Love, Simon (2018) rated PG-13

​Certified Fresh on RottenTomatoes.com with a 92% rating! 

"Everyone deserves a great love story. But for seventeen-year old Simon Spier it's a little more complicated: he's yet to tell his family or friends he's gay and he doesn't actually know the identity of the anonymous classmate he's fallen for online. Resolving both issues proves hilarious, terrifying and life-changing. Directed by Greg Berlanti (Riverdale, The Flash, Supergirl), written by Isaac Aptaker & Elizabeth Berger (This is Us), and based on Becky Albertalli's acclaimed novel, LOVE, SIMON is a funny and heartfelt coming-of-age story about the thrilling ride of finding yourself and falling in love."

So come join us for a flick this Thursday!

North Branch County Library:
65 Halsted Street
Clinton, NJ 08809

6pm -8:30pm


LGBT of Hunterdon County of NJ to host guest speaker Jeanne LoCicero fromThe American Civil Liberties Union

Thursday, January 7th, 2016

6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

North Branch County Library

65 Halsted Street

Clinton, NJ 08809

The American Civil Liberties Union is the leading national organization dedicated to defending and extending civil liberties for all people in this country. The ACLU of New Jersey is located in Newark. The union implements legal, legislative, public education programs in conjunction with large numbers of volunteers to advance the ACLU's goals of liberty and justice for all.​​

GLBT of Hunterdon County of NJ to host author Seth Rainess

Oct. 1, 2015 at the Hunterdon County Branch Library in Clinton

Rainess is a speaker, author, Life Coach, Jersey Shore

PFLAG facilitator, WPATH member, GLSEN volunteer.

Educationally, he holds many degrees including an M.S.

in psychology and rehab counseling. He's conducted

seminars for trans youth, school assemblies and

professional development for faculty in high schools and

universities. He also provides workshops for the health

profession. Combining his 30+ years of experience working

in the business sector and nonprofit organizations with his

passion for helping trans youth, he is able to offer wisdom

from his own life in discussing the surprises, worries, joys and

rewards of transitioning for youth today.

In his book "Real Talk for Teens: Jump-start Guide to Gender Transitioning and Beyond" (Transgress Press), Rainess offers trans teens a foundation for transitioning and a unique perspective on what it takes to be successful in today's world. He draws on his rich life history, to offer youth and parents an emotional road-map and physical timeline through gender transition and the exciting life that can lay beyond. After all, what good things can you accomplish with your life when you are done with transitioning?

Speaker: A Meeting with Maren Greathouse

Date: April 16, 2016

Time: 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Somerville Library
35 West End Ave
Somerville, NJ 08876

Contact: Matthew Loscialo

Phone: 908-300-1058

Workshop Description

Join LGBTQ of Hunterdon County for a workshop exploring the role of universities' in supporting LGBTQ youth as they transition to college.  Maren Greathouse, director of the Tyler Clementi Center at Rutgers University, will share a brief history on the establishment of LGBTQ programs in higher education, discuss the impact of resources (or lack thereof) for LGBTQ college students and what youth should look for when they are researching LGBTQ-friendly institutions.

Presenter Biography
Maren Greathouse is the executive director of the Tyler Clementi Center (TCC) at Rutgers University.  The mission of the Tyler Clementi Center is centered on creating and sharing knowledge about young people making the transition to college and coming of age in the digital era.  Independently and in partnership with organizations and units within and beyond Rutgers, the TCC promotes interdisciplinary research, education, and programs that focus on examining and improving the experiences of youth.  Ms. Greathouse founded and served as the inaugural Director of the LGBTQ & Diversity Resource Center at Rutgers University-Newark from 2011-2016.  This program served as a hub for LGBTQ resources, student support, educational outreach, research initiatives, institutional advocacy and community partnership with LGBTQ stakeholders. Ms. Greathouse graduated from St. Cloud State University with a Masters of Science degree in Social Responsibility and is currently pursuing a terminal degree in Higher Education Leadership with the Rutgers Graduate School of Education. Her research interests include equity and diversity, student affairs praxis and class dynamics in higher education.

LGBTQ of Hunterdon County of NJ Welcomes Speaker Walter Schubert

Open to youth, teens, young adults, adults, and parents.

Topic is “Out and Into Life: How to Face Adversity and Thrive."

February 4th, 2016

6:00pm to 8:30pm Thursday
North County Library
65 Halsted Street
Clinton, NJ 08809

Walter Schubert is a well-known and widely respected Securities Industry professional and a former third generation member of the New York Stock Exchange - NYSE. He has over 35 years’ experience in the Financial Services Industry. In 1994, Walter became the first openly gay member of the NYSE, and is one of the very few early openly gay individuals in the entire Financial Services Industry. His extensive knowledge and experience in diversity issues, and financial services enabled Walter to lead in the transformation of a more inclusive and welcoming environment at the NYSE, and the financial services industry in general.
Walter became internationally famous in 1999 by founding ‘The Gay Financial Network’, the internet’s first website dedicated to the personal financial interests and challenges of LGBT citizens. 
Walter is also Chairman Emeritus, and Founding Board Member of the National Gay and Lesbian Chamber of Commerce – NGLCC.  He served on the Board of Directors for 10 years. Schubert was included in the Crain’s New York Business "Technology  100,"  Silicon  Alley  Reporter’s  "100  Most  Powerful  Internet  Executives"  (for  three consecutive  years)  and  was  named  to New  York  Magazine’s "The  Gay  List:  the  city's  101  most Influential lesbians and gays” of 2000.  Schubert was also named by the NY Daily News as one of “Fifty to Watch in 1999”. In 2000, he was elected to the National Board of Directors of Parents, Families and Friends of Lesbian and Gays (PFLAG).  He was re-elected to the Board of PFLAG in 2004 and served as its Treasurer for three years. Walter’s four terms on the Board ended in January of 2009. 
In  2009 Walter Schubert  was  selected  as the  lead  architect, and one  of  the  six council members on  the  New York  Stock  Exchange’s Financial  Literacy  Council. This council is comprised of leading experts on financial literacy in the U.S. whose mission is to increase the financial literacy of employed persons in the U.S. Also in 2009, Walter Schubert received the “Liberty Award”, the highest award from the Liberty Education Forum during the Liberty Education Forum National Symposium. The Liberty Education Forum (LEF) is a non-partisan 501(C) 3 organization that focuses on reaching out to conservatives and people of faith.  
Walter is a survivor of the attack on 9-11 at the World Trade Center. He was at the bottom of the South Tower when the second plane hit. His office was within “Ground Zero”. 
Walter is also a cancer survivor. He had lived for 12 years with, and survived four bouts of Stage 3 Melanoma. He was one of the few successful participants in the first clinical trial of “Yervoy”, the first cancer / immunotherapy “vaccine”. Today, he is 4 years cancer free, and is semi-retired. He is currently a life coach, mentor, and public speaker on a wide variety of topics from Financial Literacy, to how to cope with life’s most difficult problems, and still maintain a positive attitude. He enjoys playing the piano, writing, and helping those in need. He does extensive work with the homeless, and former convicts trying to help them learn about personal finance, and find jobs. Walter Speaks fluent German, and maintains Securities Licenses Series  6,7,11,24,27,63 and is a Registered Investment Adviser.  

The LGBT will host a speaker from the American Civil Liberties Union

Thurs, Jan 7th, 2017 

6:00pm - 8:30pm

North Branch Library

65 Halstead St

Clinton, NJ

The American Civil Liberties Union is the leading national organization dedicated to defending and extending civil liberties for all people in this country.

The office is located in Newark. Jeanne LoCicero will be the guest speaker.

The Bill of Rights in the United States Constitution would only be well-meaning promises if people did not fight to protect them. The American Civil Liberties Union is the leading national organization dedicated to defending and extending civil liberties for all people in this country.
We're in the courts every day for hundreds of ordinary people when their rights to equal treatment, fairness, privacy, freedom of speech or religion are threatened. We staunchly support every person's right to make personal decisions - without government interference - about religion, political ideals, reproductive choice, marriage, and other family and lifestyle matters. We are working to make sure that emerging technologies do not diminish our rights to privacy and that freedom of speech is protected in cyberspace.
The ACLU is a leader in the fight for equal opportunity regardless of skin color, gender, or sexual orientation. Since our founding in 1920, the ACLU has learned that liberty must be defended over and over again. That's why ACLU attorneys stand before the United States Supreme Court more often than anyone else except the government itself. And for every case we bring before the Supreme Court, we bring hundreds more nationwide to lower courts and community government boards.

For more information, call Matthew Loscialo at 908-300-1058 -or- email MatthewL@student.fdu.edu.


GLBT of Hunterdon County of NJ Presents...

Speakers: John King Director and Suzanne Lay Deputy Director
Topic: YES Program - Your FREE Road to Success!

Date: March 3, 2016

Time: 6:00pm - 8:30pm
North County Branch Library
65 Halsted Street
Clinton, NJ

What is the Youth Employment Services (YES) Program?
The YES Program has been designed to help you get a job, get into school and solve the problems that have been holding you back. YES will do this by giving you tools that will enable you to accomplish your goals while becoming independent and reaching your full potential.

How Much Does the Program Cost?
The program is FREE! There is no cost to you. YES is funded by a grant from the New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development and is part of the One Stop System.

How Does YES Work?
The YES Program will assign you a Case Manager who will help you to identify your educational and employment goals. Your Case Manager will do this by meeting with you to develop a Service Strategy Plan. This will outline the services you need to help you achieve your goals.

YES, a part of the New Jersey Department of Labor's One Stop System, provides educational strategies and other types of assistance specifically for the youth (ages 16 - 24) of Hunterdon and Somerset Counties.
The YES Program is funded by a Grant from the New Jersey Department of Labor.

How Can YES Help You Earn Money?

Job Preparation
•The YES Program can link you with the Middle Earth VISIONS Program which will provide you with Pre-Vocational training and a paid career sampling that will be a good match for your interests and abilities.
•You will learn Pre-Vocational skills including resume writing and job interviewing.
•You will receive support in exploring employment opportunities and training upon completion of your career sampling.

Your YES Case Manager will assist you with:

Job Seeking
•Identifying Your Career Interests and Setting Specific Career Goals
•Exploring Education and Training Opportunities in Your Chosen Career Field
•Applications for a Workforce Investment Act Training Grant of up to$4,000 for Eligible Training Programs

Link You with the Middle Earth Visions Program where you will:
•Attend 24 hours of paid job skills training ($9/hour) and receive a Work Readiness Credential
•Participate in an 12+ hours of paid career sampling ($9/hour)
•Work with a Case Manager on job seeking activities

LGBTQ Hunterdon welcomes speaker Carol Watchler of GLSEN!

Topic: What GLSEN does for Schools and Students

Carol Watchler is Co-Chair of GLSEN, Central New Jersey. GLSEN's goal is for every student, in every school, to be valued and treated with respect, regardless of their sexual orientation, gender identity or gender expression. We believe that all students deserve a safe and affirming school environment where they can learn and grow.

Read more about GLSEN

      October 5th, 2017

      6:00pm to 8:30pm
      North Branch County Library 
      65 Halsted Street
      Clinton, NJ 08809

After the talk, we'll be doing a group activity: Paint Your Own T-Shirt. We'll have fabric paint and ample t-shirts for anyone who wants to get creative!

We meet the first Thursday of every month. LGBTQ youth, teens, young adults, parents, and allies are all welcome to join us!

Email or call Matthew for more details

GLBT of Hunterdon County of NJ is a 501(c)(3) non-profit charity. Copyright (c) 2013-2017