Undergraduate Students

The Women’s Center offers a variety of opportunities for undergraduate students who want to get involved at the Center.

Attend Programs

The Women’s Center offers a number of sustained programs and one-time programs throughout the year. Click through to see the different offerings.

L.E.A.V.E.s

Story Night

Women’s History Month

Women’s Philanthropy in Action

Women’s Leadership Symposium

Student Program Assistant

Many of our events are successful due in part to the assistance of students. Serving as a Student Program Assistant is one way to become more involved in your favorite Women’s Center program or a way to check out a new event. Some of the duties of a Student Program Assistant may include:

  • Welcoming guests to the event
  • Assisting with student check-in
  • Assisting with event set up and clean up.

Please contact the Women’s Center if you are interested in serving as a Student Program Assistant.

Women’s Center L.E.A.V.E.s

Women’s Center L.E.A.V.E.s are Leaders who Educate, Advocate, and lift Voices for gender Equity. The Women’s Center L.E.A.V.E.s peer education program is part of Wake Forest University P.E.E.R.S., which is an initiative offered through the Office of Wellbeing.

All Wake Forest University students are invited to apply to participate in Women’s Center L.E.A.V.E.s.

“L.E.A.V.E. Patriarchy Behind” and learn more here

Women’s History Month Project

First Meeting: Monday, November 6, 3-4pm, Benson University Center 349

Students participating in the Women’s History Month Project will plan, implement, advertise, and attend Women’s History Month programming in March. This group of students is expected to meet regularly as a group (when classes are in session) with the Women’s Center Assistant Director November through February, with programming happening in March. The Women’s History Month Project is open to all Wake Forest University students.

What’s on this page?

  • Attend a Program
  • Student Program Assistant
  • Women’s Center L.E.A.V.E.s
  • Women’s History Month Project