The College Feminists Connect site is intended to be a student-led, web-based space for discussion centered on women’s issues and provides participants with an opportunity to talk with one another about their organizations, successes and challenges, and shared experiences. CFC encourages students to submit postings about their experiences; share interesting articles, events, or projects; post calls to action; or share volunteer/intern/job opportunities.
Submissions: To submit a blog post, event, or update your program information please write the College Feminist Connect Coordinator. All posts are subject to approval.
Interested in becoming a regular contributor?? Send us a letter of intent and a writing sample.
Meet the College Feminists Connect Campus Liaisons!
What do Campus Liaisons do? Campus Liaisons are in regular contact with the College Feminist Connect Coordinator housed in the offices of the Minnesota Women’s Consortium. Liaison activities include:
- Promoting the program on campus among women’s groups and individuals. Campus Liaisons have utilized flyers, email, social networking tools, tabling at campus events, and in-class announcements to promote this program.
- Relaying College Feminists Connect updates to interested parties including but not limited to women’s organizations, academic departments, and individuals.
- Contributing to the College Feminists Connect website through blog posts, information about events at your campus, and updates about feminist issues on their campus.
- And recruiting individuals to participate in College Feminists Connect forums.
Why be a College Feminists Connect Campus Liaison?
You are an emerging leader of the feminist movement and becoming a College Feminist Connect Campus Liaison not only demonstrates your commitment to advancing the feminist agenda and creating gender equality for future generations but also creates opportunities for you to put your feminist identity to work! In addition to new opportunities and access to a network of strong, diverse feminists, the Minnesota Women’s Consortium will work with your school to provide college credit, connect you with a feminist mentor, and help you add a new, exciting leadership position to your resume! Think of this position as an off-site college internship.
To become a Campus Liaison send a letter of intent and your resume to the College Feminist Connect Coordinator. Apply to be a College Feminist Connect Campus Liaison today and take the first step to making Minnesota a leader for feminist change. We can’t wait to have you as part of our network!