Wright State University’s Women’s Studies internship class, “Women, Leadership, and Social Change,” is giving students real life experiences with the support of a college classroom. Taught by Amber Vlasnik, director of the Women’s Center, this class combines work in the classroom with an
Two WSU Women's Studies Graduates Look Forward to Upcoming Positions
As we approach the end of the semester, many graduating students are securing jobs, internships and other exciting positions that will further their professional development. The Women's Studies Program is excited to announce the plans of two of our graduates.
Women are a significant part of today's workforce and a training in Women’s Studies increases your marketability and range of career opportunities.
As documented in national studies of Women's Studies graduates, a major in Women's Studies prepares students for a broad array of graduate and professional programs as well as a diverse range of careers in such areas as research, writing, teaching, public policy, social and health services, law, business, and communications in public, private, and nonprofit organizations at local, national, and international levels.