Want to get involved at the Emily Taylor Center for Women & Gender Equity? Become a volunteer!
Volunteers at the Center do a wide variety of activities on campus and around the office. Volunteers have the option of working in a preferred subject, meeting new people and joining in on the fight for gender equity. Our current volunteers have done the following:
- Assisting, tabling and promoting events
- Create and manage individual programs
- Assisting in the office
We are very proud of our volunteers, and we acknowledge that this Center would not function the same without them. Some of our most successful programs came from the minds of volunteers.
If you're interested in volunteering, please fill out this form and we will get back to you as soon as possible.
We wanted to highlight some of the volunteers that have worked to do amazing things at the Center. Check them out below:
Alec Feather is an undergraduate at KU majoring in Political Science and Russian. Alec intends to attend the KU School of Law following the completion of his degrees. His favorite readings include books by Ayn Rand and Kurt Vonnegut. While working at the Emily Taylor Center, Alec facilities a book club focused on understanding women's issues and promoting gender equity.
Katie is a double major in Political Science and Strategic and Communications. She is from Minnesota and she is a 2nd year student at KU. Katie loves to read, hike, and bake. She is an in-office volunteer and social media marketing volunteer at the Emily Taylor Center.
Raeley is currently a freshman at KU studying Journalism. She hopes to pursue a career in sports broadcasting. Her interests include reading about current events, baking, and watching basketball. She is an in-office volunteer at the Emily Taylor Center. Rock Chalk
Roseann is a PhD student in the School of Journalism and Mass Communications and is also in the Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies’ Graduate Certificate program. Roseann’s career aspirations include becoming a full-time professor and researcher in the mass communications field. She hopes to educate, empower, and enact change through her research on gender, sexuality, and media. When she’s not searching the stacks of Watson library, she likes to enjoy any and all arts and sports events in Lawrence and Kansas City. She looks forward to volunteering and helping others through ETC’s various opportunities, and she is a workshop facilitator at the Emily Taylor Center.