Internships and Practicums at the Center for Women and Gender Equity

Get connected with the Center for Women and Gender Equity through a semester or year-long internship. There are a variety of opportunities available and we regularly work with students from a variety of majors and academic disciplines. Internships can be done for academic credit or for no credit. All internships are unpaid.

Here are some of the ways that you can develop new skills and pair your existing talents with the Women's Center:

Program Intern

Plan and assist with Center for Women and Gender Equity programs. Research program-focused information and develop informational resources. Work closely with Center for Women and Gender Equity staff to decide on which programs you would like to work. Projects could include (but are not limited to):

  • Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Awareness
  • Eating Disorders and Body Image Awareness
  • Women's History
  • Title IX and Women's Sports
  • Call for Art and Intersections Journal
  • Girls of Color Summit

Service & Advocacy Intern

The Service & Advocacy intern will plan and implement programming related to the Center for Women and Gender Equity service and advocacy efforts. This position will focus on assisting the Assistant Director with Activate.

View a sample Service & Advocacy Intern Job Description.

Public Relations & Social Media Intern

The Public Relations and Social Media intern will plan and implement communication initiatives related to the Center for Women and Gender Equity programming and resources. This position will focus on maintaining all social media outlets and keeping the website updated with current information.

View a sample Public Relations & Social Media Intern Job Description.

To Apply:

Applications are available at the Center for Women and Gender Equity, 1201 Kirkhof Center, or you can download an application. We encourage all interested students to meet with a staff member before filling out an internship application form.

Check out the Women's Community Collaborative hosted by the Women Gender Sexuality Studies Department.



Page last modified August 17, 2017