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Elect Her-Campus Women Win is a 4.5 hour training that is held on campuses and that teaches college women how to run for and win student government positions at their institutions.
The Feminist Ambassador Brigade (FAB) is the Women's Center student volunteer program. FAB members contribute to advancing gender equity for students, staff, and faculty across identities by assisting with existing Women's Center initiatives as well as developing their own passion-driven projects.
Held every other year, the Indigenous Women & Women of Color Student Summit brings together indigenous women and women of color undergraduate and graduate students to dialogue and address issues of community-building, activism, and leadership.
A dialogue group centering undergraduate women-identified indigenous students, students of color, and multiracial students. Our Voices aims to support and engage the intersection of identities, foster a safe space for identity development, self-expression, and self-reflection, and develop responsible leaders to advance the needs and enrich the experiences of indigenous women and women of color.
Women R.E.A.D. (Reading for Equity and Diversity) provides a friendly environment in which participants (in groups of 8-12) read and discuss a book to gain knowledge and strategies to advance equity and diversity, thus assisting the University in its mission to foster a culture of excellence for all from every level of the organization.
The Women’s Leadership Institute (WLI) is a selected cohort of University women that meets monthly to learn about and cultivate leadership skills via guest speakers, reflection and group discussion. WLI is held every other year.