At the WRC, we're looking for committed, passionate people to help us make our vision a reality! We're currently seeking a Graduate Intern.
Women's Resource Center Graduate Intern
Our Graduate Intern works with the Director of the WRC to provide leadership and coordination of WRC programs and services. The Graduate Intern's duties include updating the websites; managing departmental communications and outreach materials; coordinating the FEMpowerment academic and life skill workshops and speaker series; assisting with special events; and coordinating the food pantry and Rosario's Place. The Graduate Intern will also be encouraged to relate their work in the WRC to academic coursework through practical application of learned theories, and will be introduced to professional development opportunities for future work in address gender issues.
This half-time position in the WRC is a great opportunity for a graduate student interested in issues of gender equity and diversity. Our Graduate Intern will work with the Director to utilize feminist and organizational theory in order to develop the Women's Resource Center into the best resource it can be. For more details about the position, please see the complete description.
To apply, please submit a cover letter addressing your desire to serve as our Graduate Intern, your resume or CV, samples of your graphic design and web development skills, and your projected availability for the upcoming academic year. Materials should be submitted electronically to Dr. Heidi Stanton Schnebly by August 26th, 2016. We look forward to hearing from you!