Women’s Center internships vary depending on the needs of the Center at any given time, but they typically consist of the following options:
- Programming Internship involves program planning, implementation, and monitoring and evaluation
- Marketing Internship involves graphic design for digital and print needs, social media maintenance, copywriting, and evaluation
- Project-Based Internship creation of a sustainable service/project that solves an immediate need or problem on campus
- Design-Your-Own based off of your strengths and professional background
Internships are unpaid, although depending on the academic program, class credit may be offered. Please contact your advisor if you are not certain if class credit is a possibility.
The Women’s Center is sometimes in need of help for events—including set up/tear down, check-in tables, raffle baskets, and other duties as needed.
The Center also occasionally arranges volunteer opportunities within the community with organizations focused on food insecurity, sexual violence prevention, and housing assistance, among others.