Women’s Studies students are active participants in their local, national and global communities. Southeastern Michigan offers a wealth of opportunities for students to engage in activities at agencies addressing issues important to women, children, refugees, homeless members of the community, men and countless other groups. We have gathered some of those organizations on the community and university advocacy resources page.
What can I do with my Women’s Studies degree? Whether you plan on earning your PhD and teaching in a University, going to a professional school or moving into a career immediately after you have earned your undergraduate degree, it’s an important question. You’ll find listserves, websites, and other career and job resources on the employment resources page.
If you’d like to suggest resources for these pages, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.