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February 03, 2017

Year: Second year
Major: Undeclared
Hometown: Alexandria, Virginia

February 10, 2016

Story reprinted from Iris Magazine
Written by Carly Gorelick

Are you a passionate person of any gender (yes, we encourage everyone to apply!) who is seeking an internship, a community, and is particularly interested in social issues? If your answer is “hell yes, this already sounds like me!” then I strongly encourage you to keep reading.

February 11, 2015

It's internship application season at the Women's Center, so we thought we'd break down all the deadlines here:

Consider interning with one of the many programs at Women's Center:

Preparing students to become global citizens and leaders in both public and private sectors, the Women’s Center Programs teach leadership theory and practice that are applied in real-world settings.

December 09, 2014

The Women’s Center is excited to welcome the newest addition to our staff, Dr. Jaronda J. Miller.

Jaronda is the Program Director for Women, Girls and Global Justice, the Young Women Leaders Program (YWLP), and Engaged Scholarship.

September 22, 2014

The following has been re-printed from Iris with permission from the author.

Story by: Sophia Socarras

August 26, 2014

The following has been re-printed from Iris with permission from the author.

I have been a U.Va. alumna for all of three months now, and to say that I miss the University and everyone I met there is a gigantic understatement. However, life must go on, and I am excited to say that I am about to start a journey that would have never been possible without U.Va. and without the Women’s Center.

February 19, 2014

Interning at the U.Va. Women’s Center gives students hands-on experience developing skills that will be useful to them in the wide variety of fields they pursue after graduation. Applicants commit to a year-long internship that includes a three-credit fall semester course entitled “Women, Peace and Justice” (WGS), taught by Women’s Center faculty members. In the spring, students have the option of taking a second semester course through EDLF that is team-taught by the Women's Center faculty, or volunteering their time to fulfill their commitment to their internship.