This is a program for people interested in social justice, making campus-wide impacts, contributing to Women's Center growth, making new friends, and personal/professional development.
The application process closed on 1/24/17, for the 2017-18 academic year.
Interviews are being conducted for the following 8 positions:
- Facilities and Operations Intern (1 position available)
- Graphic Design and Marketing Intern (1 position available)
- Online and Social Media Intern (1 position available)
- Social Justice Peer Education--Community Liaison Intern (1 position available)
- Social Justice Peer Education--Gender Buffet Intern (2 positions available)
- Social Justice Peer Education--Signature Programming Intern (2 positions available)
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About the Intern Program
Women's Center interns are an integral part of the Women's Center staff and play a critical role in outreach efforts to the greater campus, as well as community building within the Center. Interns also provide education, information, and resources to other UCSD students. Internships are a great way to impact your campus community, earn money to help pay for living expenses, and gain transferable skills that will aid you in your career.
The learning outcomes that guide the internship program are outlined below. As a result of their internship at the Women’s Center, students will be able to:
- Communicate ideas clearly and concisely verbally and in writing.
- Utilize effective time management skills to manage multiple projects at once.
- Critically reflect on their values, beliefs, and biases.
- Collaborate with a diverse group of people in order to develop a shared goal.
- Listen with an open mind to others with opposing views.
- Engage peers in thoughtful dialogue around issues of gender and social justice.
- Develop a commitment to social justice beyond their work at the Women’s Center.
- Take action towards creating positive social change.
- Identify and utilize their strengths in professional, social, and academic settings.
- Demonstrate an understanding of the connection between feminist theory and practice.
- Articulate a personal definition of feminism that is inclusive and intersectional.