The Women’s Center supports graduate students through professional and personal development opportunities. Below are ways in which graduate students can become more involved with the Women’s Center.
Visit our workshop section of the website to learn more and how to participate.
To join either of these, please email email@example.com.
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. The Patriarchy Behind” and learn more here
First Meeting for Fall 2018: TBD
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.
amplify (verb): to make larger or greater, as in amount or intensity
Join the Women’s Center and the Office of Student Engagement at Amplify: A Women’s Leadership Expo, where participants deepen their self-awareness, confidence, exposure to different leadership styles, and sense of support for women in leadership.
This redesigned offering features creative stations, quick speaker sessions, and interactive challenges led by students and alumnae to help you expand your leadership toolkit and Wake Forest network.
We welcome WFU undergraduate and graduate students, alumni, and staff and faculty.