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Women*s Center

Student Employment Opportunities

Are you passionate about feminism, social justice, and wanting to do some meaningful work in your communities? Check out the Women*s Center student coordinator position descriptions and apply via handshake. 

The Women*s Center seeks to provide tools and professional skills through a feminist lens and experiential learning opportunities and empowerment throughout our WSU Community. Our Center focuses on engaging with the multidimensional experiences of women, to challenge patterns of injustice for people of all genders, and to provide a welcoming and inclusive space. The W*C provides education, advocacy and support via resources, referral, event coordination, our Coalition for Women Students, resources for students with family’s, FemScouts, The Harpies magazine, community outreach, cultural events co-sponsored with organizations and various departments in order to promote a safe, equitable and affirming campus climate for people of all genders. Student Coordinators will play a key role in the execution of the Center’s services and programming efforts. 

Community Outreach Coordinator job description: 


This coordinator will work to establish and maintain liaison relationships to specialized campus populations such as students of color, LGBTQ+ identified students, undocumented students, students with disabilities, and many more student populations. Under the direction of the Women*s Center Director and Program Coordinator, this student coordinator will actively engage and collaborate with campus and community partners like GIESORC, MSS, The Access Center, , TRIO Student Services, and other departments and student organizations that fall under the umbrella of Community Equity and Inclusive Excellence. This coordinator will create and identify opportunities for program planning and implementation within the Women*s Center while ensuring that all content and programming associated with the Center is accessible to folks of all abilities.    



Social Media Content Coordinator job description: 

This coordinator should have excellent writing capabilities, the skills to create content, market events and post online. This job goes beyond the normal office hours on occasion. For example, live posting or tweeting about an after hours event like Take Back the Night.  Ability to work under tight deadlines with a team is a must. Applicant must be willing to learn Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, TikTok, ,SnapChat, YouTube, Mailchimp, and Microsoft Office - Word, Outlook. Additional skills include editing in Canva, Adobe Suite, or Procreate. This coordinator will work closely with Women’s Center professional staff, student coordinators and the Coalition for Women Students, and marketing team to organize and execute outreach via social media to advance the goals of the department and to increase the visibility of our work on campus and throughout our community. The Social Media Content Coordinator will create and post regular, if not daily content for the department’s social media accounts.  


Violence Prevention Student Coordinator Job Description:  

Design and implement ongoing programming to work towards effectively preventing violence on campus, including guest speakers, workshops, events and film series. Topic areas may include, but are not limited to, sexual assault, dating and domestic violence, stalking, bystander intervention and online personal safety. Under the direction of the Women*s Center Director and Program Coordinator, this student coordinator will actively engage and collaborate with campus and community partners like Cougar Health Services (Counseling, Clinic, and education) and Alternatives to Violence of The Palouse.  


Office Assistant Job Description: 

The Office Assistant will provide direct professional assistance to the Administrative Assistant and Program Coordinator at the Women*s Center. This position prioritizes the needs of what it takes to run the day to day operations of our Center. This includes serving in a capacity of being “first impression” and “setting the tone” of the W*C with all visitors to the office, be they students, faculty, staff or campus visitors. The Office Assistant will provide front desk coverage while on shift during office hours and serve as a main point of contact for Center visitors and be knowledgeable about various resources accessible through the Women*s Center and our larger community. (I.e. ATVP, Health and Wellness, food pantry locations, and much more). The Office Assistant will be able to provide directions to different Wilson-Short Departments and classrooms. Have basic knowledge of how to use office equipment like our copier, scanner, shredder. The student in this position will be in charge of maintaining office supply inventory, maintain display cases located outside the Center. Assist in logistical preparation of W*C events, keeping the physical location of the Center tidy, organized and sanitary. As well as maintaining care for plants, compost, and aquarium in the Center.