The Women's Center at Virginia Tech operates with a commitment to social justice by providing support, assistance, and educational programming. The Center also provides an opportunity for students to build useful skills, develop leadership skills, increase knowledge about women's issues, develop friendships, and help improve the community through a variety of different ways including: volunteering, service learning, work-study, and internships.
Why Get Involved at the Women's Center?
- Develop Leadership Skills
- Build Your Resume
- Make New Friends
- Increase Your Knowledge of Gender Issues
- Help Strengthen the Community
- Educate Your Peers
- Make Your Mark at Virginia Tech
GET INVOLVED TODAY!!
Follow the Women's Center at Virginia Tech
Phone: (540) 231-7806
Fax: (540) 231-6767
Announcements & Upcoming Events:
- GET OUT THE VOTE! Register to vote before October 15th. Request a Virginia Absentee ballot before October 30th. Click here for more information on voting as a Virginia Tech student!
- THE WOMEN'S CENTER IS HIRING A FULL-TIME PROGRAM COORDINATOR. To learn more about this position and/or to apply, click here. Reference posting # AP0180309. The review date is 10/23/18.
- Deadline is 10/31 for spring Women's Center Internship applications.
- Did you know there are 24 dedicated lactation spaces on campus? Click here to find out more!
- Are you interested in reserving space at the Women's Center? Click here to submit your request.
- Kids’ Night Out! Sign up here for 10/18/18. Limited slots available.
- Every Wednesday @ 4-6PM this fall (West AJ Senior Commons): Hip Hop Study Hours, hosted by VT Digging in the Crates
- AUG 20-NOV 16 (Newman Library 2nd Floor): Hip Hop @ VT Interactive Exhibit. Explore the Hip Hop community at Virginia Tech and find your place.
- AUG 31-DEC 14 on Fridays (209 Newman Library): VT Digging in the Crates Open Studio Hours. Are you a hip hop artist that needs the tools and space to create? #VTDITC has you covered.
- TUESDAY, OCT 16th @ 7-8PM (Fralin Auditorium): Through Feminist Eyes, feat. Bonnie Zare, “Race”, “Caste” and “Dis”Ability: Converging and Diverging Representations