WGS 4204 – Internship in Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies
The internship program is designed to provide students with opportunities for learning and working in organizations in ways that connect their course work in women's, gender, and sexuality studies to specific issues in community settings; this may include legal, medical, governmental, political, educational, or other organizations. Working with a women's, gender, and sexuality studies faculty member, the student will design a project based on volunteer work in a community organization that deals with issues of gender and/or sexuality in the context of social justice. Throughout the term, the faculty member will closely supervise the student's work. CR/NC grading. Prerequisites: Three courses in the women's, gender, and sexuality studies minor, including WGS 1004, declared women's, gender, and sexuality studies minor, and permission of the instructor.