October 18, 2018
Name: Maya Link
Year: Second year
Hometown: Richmond, VA
1. What brought you to the Women's Center?
One of my good friends had just participated in YWLP and told me what a great experience she had.
2. If you could describe YWLP or MLP in 3 words, how would you describe it?
supportive, enlightening, powerful
3. What other organizations are you involved with at UVA?
Pi Beta Phi, FPAS
October 03, 2018
Get to know YWLP intern, Nicole Baker!
Year: 3rd Year
Major: Speech Pathology
March 19, 2018
Get to know YWLP intern, Elizabeth O'Roark!
Year: Fourth Year
Major: English (Spanish Minor)
Hometown: Atlanta, Georgia
February 20, 2018
Daughters of the Fatherland
Nigeria is home to many young women as the most populous country in Africa with almost half of the inhabitants being women and roughly half of the population aged 15 years old or younger.
While the patriarchal country has had significant moments of women’s rights and feminist movements since its pre-independence days, the fight for female equality is still an issue today.
February 19, 2018
Photo credit: Nick Zuris
January 26, 2018
OUR APPLICATIONS ARE LIVE!
COMMUNITY MENTORING PROGRAMS
Both the Young Women Leaders Program and the Men's Leadership Project pair undergraduate students with a local middle school student. Students who serve as bigs take a course through the Curry School of Education which helps to give them the knowledge and understanding of the developmental challenges that their little is facing.
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.
December 12, 2017
Anna Cordle, a 2015 graduate of the University of Virginia’s Curry School of Education, wanted to connect with the local school population in a meaningful way. What’s more, she wanted to work with middle-school girls, a population that can be at risk for low self-esteem during the often-awkward transition from elementary to middle school.
March 16, 2017
As Mentoring Coordinator for the Women’s Center Young Women Leaders Program, Sarah Jenkins has helped shaped the professional and personal lives of women in the UVA, Charlottesville, and around the world. She’s funny and stylish and quick and curious. And she owes it all (not really ALL) to the impact of – which musical artist? To find out, read more about our wonderful Sarah Jenkins: