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Opportunity for WGST Undergraduates

Are you a first-year, sophomore, or junior looking for some feminist fun this summer? WGST wants to send ONE minor or emphasis student to one of the hands-on, feminist summer programs below. Topic and dates vary for each program, but any of these would be a unique opportunity to meet like-minded students from around the country and have an incredible summer experience! WGST will cover up to $1000 in costs for one student applicant. Note: the programs have very different costs (see below), so this may factor into your decision about which to apply to.

Check out the websites for each to see which one is the best fit for your interests and schedule and then fill out the application (see Nino’s email from 2/12) and submit it to WGST@tcu.edu by Friday, February 16th at 5 PM. Email me ASAP if you have questions!

Because each program has its own application deadline, we need to review ALL applications to select the winner ASAP.
 
1.       New Leadership Texas, May 31-June 5
Application Deadline: April 15
Summary: NEW Leadership™ Texas is a six-day non-partisan intensive residential program that educates college women about politics and policy-making and inspires them to get involved in the political process. NEW Leadership™ Texas brings together college women from across the political spectrum to discuss the roles of women in leadership and politics. The program exposes participants to new ideas and opportunities as they consider their future careers. (This program is for women only)
Cost: $500 plus travel
 
2.       Generation Feminist, July 22-August 4
Application Deadline: March 3
Summary: Generation Feminist (or Gen F) is a national two-week social justice summer fellowship for undergraduate students of all genders. Using a feminist praxis approach to instruction, fellows will participate in self-exploration for social change. With workshops, historic site visits, and service projects focused on developing a greater awareness and deeper understanding of self, others, social issues, and the efficacy to make change. (Open to all genders)
Cost: $1000 plus travel 
 
3.       Feminist Camp NYC, June 4-8
Registration Closes: May 1
Summary: You’re someone with a passion for feminism but you’re not quite sure how that’s going to translate into your professional life. Or, you’re sick of hearing people ask you “what you can do” with a Women’s/Gender Studies degree. Our flagship Feminist Camp program in the Big Apple is designed to help you identify your next steps for applying your feminist passion to your professional or beyond-college life. (Open to all genders)
Cost: $1750 plus travel
 
4.       Feminist Camp Seattle, June 18-22
Registration Closes: May 1
Summary: Trying to figure out how to do work you’re passionate about while also paying your bills? Wondering how the Pacific Northwest does feminism? Our Camp program in Seattle is designed to help you connect with a once-in-a-lifetime community of likeminded feminists and start planning your feminist future. (Open to all genders)
Cost: $1750 plus travel