If you are interested in volunteering, and you are not interested or able to commit to our internship program, please reach out to the Vounteer Resource Center to learn about other opportunities!

Where can I access the application? 

  • To apply to become an intern please click here to access the WRC internship program application. Applications are due September 11th, 2017 at 5pm. Interns are unpaid voluntary positions. Contact Abi Whitmore (abigail.whitmore@colorado.edu) if you have any questions or call 303-492-5713.

  • To apply for the Intern Coordinator position (a paid student staff position), please visit the employment tab on the left side. 

What is the WRC's Peer Education Intership Program? 

  • We support students in developing social justice and trainings skills through participation in our peer education internship program. Over the course of 2+ semesters, students learn to lead the Wait Your Turn: Recognizing and Interrupting Sexism training with their peers. They develop leadership and public speaking skills, as well as an opportunity to understand and engage in gender equity and social justice work. Student interns will build relationships with other interns and the staff at the Women's Resource Center.

How do I participate?

  • If accepted, you will learn skills and competencies to facilitate our sexism training for other students and possibly for staff/faculty. By participating in this program, there is a voluntary opportunity to receive one credit through Women and Gender Studies (independent course credit). In addition, this public speaking experience is excellent for resumes, as is engaging in diverse social justice work with a center like ours.

Current intern group at the first internship meeting of the semesterVolunteers Fall 2013