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Friday, January 10, 2014

Spring 2014 Internship Fair!

Hannah Clause, Intern Coordinator

AS Gender and Sexuality Equity Center

(530) 898-5724




CHICO, Calif.- The Associated Students Gender and Sexuality Equity Center (GSEC) is hosting the bi-annual Internship Fair to promote our three unit internship opportunity for the upcoming spring semester. The Internship Fair gives students a chance to learn about the GSEC's services and resources and meet the GSEC’s staff members. At the fair, applications will be available for our Women's Program, LGBTQ+ Program, and Intern Coordinator Assistants. Please come join us on Friday, January 24th, from 2:00pm-4:00pm in BMU 005 and find out what working at an activist organization can do for you.

The Internship Fair provides the opportunity to network with fellow student leaders and activists. The GSEC staff will explain the application process, requirements for the internship, and the seminar course that all interns must take. This is a great opportunity for applicants to get questions answered and to see which program or coordinator they would like to intern with. Snacks and beverages will be provided.

Three unit internships are available in both the Women’s and LGBTQ+ Programs where interns will organize events, contribute to campaigns, and positively impact the Feminist and LGBTQ+ movements. Three unit internships are also available as assistants to the Intern Coordinator where interns will write press releases, manage the advertisement of events, and coordinate social media sites to educate our community on social justice issues. All intern application information and materials will be available at the Internship Fair or by email request at Applications for the spring internship will be due on Monday, January 27th, by 4:00 pm in BMU 005. 

The Associated Students Gender and Sexuality Equity Center [GSEC] is a student run activist organization which strives to empower all students through its two programs: the Women’s Program and the LGBTQ+ Program. The GSEC challenges societal norms that have been used to oppress and marginalize by providing opportunities for leadership, personal development, and referral services. We offer a safe and inclusive space where the campus and community can effectively support the academic mission of the university.


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