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January 26, 2018

OUR APPLICATIONS ARE LIVE!

Check our Facebook page or our web calendar to get dates, times and locations for INFO SESSIONS where you can learn more about our internship program and our community mentoring programs before you apply. 

December 19, 2017

Even in years far quieter than this one, a LOT happens at the Women’s Center over the course of 12 months.

November 03, 2017

Body Positivi-tea Mom and Daughter Participants

Every year, parents are invited to Grounds for Family Weekend, offering them the chance to experience the daily life their child has built at the University. In celebration of Family Weekend, the Women's Center Body Positive intern team invites students and their visiting family members to join Women's Center staff and interns in an interactive conversation about what it means to create a body positive environment.  

July 14, 2017

student with cheetah in Zambia

Editor's note:  Courtney Morgan submitted this post from Zambia during the three-week global internship that she had there in the summer of 2017 as a member of our Women, Girls & Global Justice team. 

May 03, 2017

Hard work paid off for our Gender Violence and Social Change team with the very first Survivor Support Network Training - Student Edition.

February 10, 2016

Story reprinted from Iris Magazine Written by Carly Gorelick

February 11, 2015

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

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

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.