|Employment and Volunteer Opportunities|
The programs and services offered by UW Women’s Center would not be possible without the commitment and hard work of the many UW students who work here! Each year, about 10 student assistants keep our daily operations running smoothly and support the work of our various programs. In addition, work study student employees provide assistance with marketing, computer support and web-design, development and grant writing, and direct assistance to the director.
Please click the position titles below to read the job descriptions. Many of these positions are currently open – please contact Amy Piedalue with any inquires (email@example.com or 206-616-5216). On average, our student staff members work approximately 10-15 hours per week and pay varies by position and experience. In many cases, prior experience is not required.
All of these positions are Work Study only, meaning that a student must be eligible for Work Study through their Financial Aid award in order to apply. Due to limited funding resources, the Women’s Center is not able to offer these positions to non-Work Study students. To verify your Work Study eligibility, please contact the Work Study office directly, at 206-685-1985, visit their websiteor check your Financial Aid Award through MyUW
To apply for a Work Study job at the UW Women’s Center, please send your resume and a cover letter to Lori Duarte at firstname.lastname@example.org
Student Assistant Positions These positions are typically filled by undergraduate Work Study students, but graduate students may apply.
| Volunteer & Internship Opportunities
While we are not able to provide paid internships due to funding constraints, the Women’s Center often has interns who obtain UW credit through their department or through General Studies. If you are interested in this option, please let us know in your cover letter.
2008 International Women Leaders Dinner ~ We are seeking an intern to help in the planning and implementation of this year’s annual dinner. We need assistance as soon as possible until the event on October 21, 2008. In addition, we typically have a team of volunteers at that actual event (Tues, Oct. 21 st). If you are interested in either an internship, or volunteering at the event, please contact Lori Duarte at email@example.com send a resume and cover letter.
Cunningham Hall Centennial Celebration ~ The Women’s Center is housed in Cunningham Hall, a building which was built in 2009 for the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition as the Women’s Building. We are currently planning a series of events to celebrate the 100-yaer anniversary of the building. As part of this larger project, we would like to document the history of the building and its significance for women at UW and in Washington State. Please send resume and cover letter to Lori Duarte at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in this internship.
Making Connections Program ~ There are a variety of ways to get involved with this program – through tutoring, mentoring, or program assistance. We are currently looking for an intern to assist with the Making Connections Summer Program for refugee youth, which will take place in July and August. If you are interested in interning or volunteering with Making Connections, email Program Manager Senait Habte at email@example.com.
Other Opportunities ~ The Women’s Center is grateful for the unique contributions of all of our volunteers and interns, and we are always open to hearing your ideas for internships or to matching someone to a program or project based upon their interests. If you are interested in volunteering or interning, please send a resume and cover letter (expressing your interests in connection with some aspect of the Women’s Center’s work) to firstname.lastname@example.org.