Volunteers

Want to get involved at the Emily Taylor Center for Women & Gender Equity? Become a volunteer!  

Volunteers at the Center have the opportunity to engage in many projects and activities that raise awareness about gender equity and change the campus climate.  Want to make a difference?  Want to exercise your voice and have a role in helping the ETC advocate for gender equity?  

What can you do as an ETC volunteer?

Button-making

The Emily Taylor Center is known on campus for our feminist buttons. Because of their popularity, we always need help cutting templates and making buttons.

 

Zine-folding

The Emily Taylor Center is also known for our informational mini zines, which we share while tabling and during our programs. We always need help folding and cutting zines.

 

Tabling

We hope to table on campus once a week and need a committed tabling team to help us reach this goal. Tabling involves promoting the Emily Taylor Center and our events as well as facilitating passive programming meant to educate passers-by on issues related to gender equity, including Awareness Months and topics chosen by the tabling team.  

 

Flyering

We have an established flyering route for event promotion that requires volunteers to walk around campus, hanging flyers at approved locations.

 

Outreach

We are looking for volunteers to visit classrooms, student organizations, and living groups to promote the Emily Taylor Center and our events.

 

Program Attendance

We are always looking to increase attendance at our programs. If you volunteer in this area, we ask that you attend at least 2-3 of our programs per month and bring at least 1-2 friends with you to our events.

 

Program Research

Program researchers assist the Emily Taylor Center by compiling online research relevant to our programs and events at the request of our Program Coordinator.  

 

Program Assessment

We are in need of help with program assessment data entry.

 

Social Media Education

We are looking for volunteers to assist us with social media education. Social media educators are responsible for emailing our Program Coordinator 2-3 articles related to their assigned topic once per week for posting on our various social media platforms.  

 

If you're interested in volunteering, please fill out this form and we will get back to you as soon as possible. 


Denise Sekaquaptewa Program

Dr. Denise Sekaquaptewa
Stereotyping, Implicit Bias, and the Experiences of Women and Underrepresented Minorities in STEM Fields
October 8, 12 – 1:30 PM
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