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About the Center | Opportunities

If you want to feel good about the work you do, and have fun while working, join a great, energetic group of people determined to bring change to this world!!!

The Women's Center volunteer program offers volunteer, field work, work study, and internship opportunities. Opportunities include working with staff, interns, or other volunteers in existing programs.

If you are interested in volunteering, please fill out our Volunteer Application (2page pdf) and turn it in to the Women's Center.

Examples:

Committee Work : Serve on any number of committees such as the program planning committee, women's mentorship committee, or cultural diversity planning committee.

Special Projects : Special projects are constantly being developed. For example: creation of a brochure listing female physicians in the St. Cloud area ; development of a display in celebration of National Women's History Month for display cases in Centennial Hall; and organizing events for Take Our Daughters to Work Day.

Publicize Events : Help to create and/or hang posters throughout campus. Reserve space in Atwood for Women's Center posters or take posters to Atwood and post on easels.

Resource Library : Help to maintain library by straightening and re-shelving books, catalogue new books and maintain the annotated bibliography. Help people use the resource library by outlining types of resources and information available, as well as explain policies such as copy and checkout procedures

Phones : Answer phones, provide information and direct calls to staff

Mailings : Under staff supervision, apply labels, organize envelopes and prepare Women's Center mailings

Bulletin Boards : Keep Women's Center bulletin boards orderly and up-to-date and remove outdated flyers, program announcements, etc.

Sexual Violence Prevention Program : Work with Campus Advocates Against Sexual Assault or assist in recruiting and coordinating the training for peer educators.

Individualized projects can also be developed.

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