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Programs & Events
Upcoming Events and Programs
Love Your Body Week
A week of body-positive, feminist-focused events organized around self-love and self-care
A program that encourages and trains college women to run for student government and future political office. A collaboration with Running Start, Elect Her addresses the need to expand the pipeline of women candidates and to diminish the longstanding political leadership gender gap.
Our Start Smart event is a workshop that provides women and femme students with key strategies, useful techniques, and the confidence to negotiate salary and benefit packages for future employment. Come join us November 14thfrom 4:00-6:00pm TUC 415. Free food and workbook!!
Students can register for our event here:
Students will have the opportunity to provide creative, hands-on leadership development to middle school girls. Please look at our 1girl Program Description & Overview (attached) that provides more details about the organization structure, expectations & time commitment. Our spring cycle will launch this upcoming January 2018!
If you have students who are interested in being a part of 1girl, feel free to share this link:
Recurring Center Programs
Feminist Snack Break
An hour of intentional community time with snacks and activities. Meet new students and grab a cup of coffee while getting to know the staff and other UC community members.
Past Programs & Events
Toward a Gender inclusive Movement for Black Lives
April 12 2016 | 5:00 P.M. | 450 Lindner Center
This Talk Historicized the variety of ways that Black Women have been positioned in response to Black Freedom Movements, specifically how an investment in the politics of respectability breaks down in the current Movement for Black Lives.
A one-day conference featuring workshops that promoted networking and peer-mentorship by introducing first-year women students to upper-class women, faculty, staff, and various campus resources.
Saturday, September 24th 2016