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May 16, 2022

Black Lives Matter graphic

Photo by Caltech Center for Diversity

In the wake of the mass shooting in Buffalo, the Women’s Center affirms that Black lives matter.

The lives of those who were killed matter. The lives of those who were injured matter. News articles sharing their names, that their individual humanity might be honored and remembered, already portray some of their many ties to countless others also traumatized by the violence. Those lives, too, matter.

April 28, 2022

students with dog

We're here for you! 

All day Monday through Friday, during the center's regular hours, you can:

April 28, 2022

Class Year: 2022
Major: Economics and Environmental Thought & Practice
Hometown: Charlottesville, VA

1.    What brought you to the Women's Center?
Last year one of my friends posted about interning at the Women's Center on Facebook, and I texted her to get some more information. I read more about the Women's Center resources and internship opportunities and decided to apply!

April 21, 2022

Abigail Schofield

Class Year: 2023
Major: History DMP and Politics
Hometown: Richmond, VA

1.    What brought you to the Women's Center?
I first learned about the Women's Center after they co-sponsored an event that my club hosted during my first year. The next year, I applied and got into the Women's Center internship program and the rest is history.

March 08, 2022

students at center event

Poe's Office Hours and Tea with Taylor are just two of the informal, in-person options for students at the Women's Center this spring.

We're here for you! 

All day Monday through Friday, during the center's regular hours, you can:

February 17, 2022

Class Year: 2022
Major: Youth & Social Innovation
Hometown: Farmville, VA

1.    What brought you to the Women's Center?
I came to the Women’s Center in pursuit of finding a strong network of women who seek to build each other up through professional and personal support.

February 10, 2022

Class Year: 2023
Major: Youth & Social Innovation and Public Policy & Leadership
Hometown: Fredericksburg, VA

1.    What brought you to the Women's Center?

February 10, 2022

Class Year: 2023
Major: Youth & Social Innovation, Leadership & Public Policy
Hometown: Wayne, PA

1.    What brought you to the Women's Center?
Joining YWLP in September of 2020 brought me to the Women's Center. I wanted to do YWLP because I am passionate about education and thought I could benefit from real-life experience interacting with students, as well as wanted to challenge my empathy skills.

January 30, 2022

bookshelf

Check our calendar for meeting dates and titles in our Reading in Hues Book Club series.

Reading in Hues, a book club celebrating women of color authors, bloomed from the Women’s Center’s 20/20 Reading Challenge, the ingenuity of Engaged Scholarship alumna Alexis Gayle, and the guidance of Assistant Director for Engaged Scholarship Jaronda Miller-Bryant. With everything online in 2020, the interns on the center’s Engaged Scholarship team followed Miller-Bryant’s fearless lead to, in her words, “make an impact with so much virtual competition.” I attended its inaugural meeting in my childhood bedroom. 

December 06, 2021

welcome message chalked on sidewalk

INTERN with Us in 2022-2023

Internship applications for 2022 - 2023 are open through March 1. Learn more on the Internship Program pages of this site. 

 

Join One of Our COMMUNITY MENTORING Programs

YWLP and MLP are both currently accepting applications. Apply now to finalize your fall schedule!

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