Women’s Center Internship Program
The Women's Center Internship Program is open to undergraduate and graduate-level students. The internship program will provide students with hands-on experience in a supportive environment and can be adjusted to meet their academic focus. Students will gain experience in social justice issues related to gender equity while working in teams with others.
Areas of Focus:
Social Media/Marketing Intern: This team will be responsible for creating flyers, creating content for newsletter, running our social media pages and increasing awareness of the Center, its events and various resources to the university community.
Events/Programming Intern: This team will assist with the creation and implementation of all Women's Center events including Feminist Friday, Where Do Black Women Go? and Elect Her, as well as celebrations such as Women's History Month, disAbility Awareness Month, etc.
Director's Intern: This intern will work on special projects with the Director of our Center.
Develop personal, leadership and transferable skills
Serve as a voice for your community: Advocating for change, leading campus projects and providing student input
Build networking skills, technology skills, and social skills
Increase your knowledge of gender inequity
Explore organization and management skills: You will have the opportunity to work on a team and learn how to collaborate with others
Internship Eligibility Requirements:
Completion of all elements of application process
Currently in good academic standing
Ability to attend intern training
Ability to commit to 10 hours per week, for the semester
If you cannot commit to 10 hours a week, we are always accepting volunteers! Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we can add you to our volunteer team!
If you are interested in Sexual Assault Awareness or Green Dot, you can learn more about the SRVSS Internship Program here.
Applications are accepted and reviewed on a rolling basis.