Have a question about the Global Center for Women and Justice? Check out our Frequently Asked Questions for more information:
How is GCWJ governed?
As an academic center, Global Center for Women and Justice is accountable to a Board of Advisors consisting of eight community members and professionals who guide GCWJ’s activities and operations, along with Vanguard University’s Provost, Dr. Doreatha O’Quinn.
What can I do to get involved?
GCWJ is always in need to volunteers to assist with preparation for events and training sessions, on-site assistance at events, and advertising our events. Specific upcoming needs include:
- More Priceless Than Diamonds Luncheon – September 13, 2014
- Ensure Justice 2015 Preparation and Event – Dates: March 6-7, 2015
How do I have GCWJ speak at my gathering or training?
Training and education is central to the mission of GCWJ. In order to accommodate the numerous speaking requests we receive each year, please contact us at email@example.com or 714-966-6360, and we will provide you with our speaker request form to assess if we will be able to join you at your event.
How can I bring my organization or ministry to the Ensure Justice Conference or to Vanguard University?
Our Ensure Justice Conference is only able to accommodate exhibit tables hosted by speakers at the event.
If you are interested in bringing your organization or ministry to recruit students for jobs, volunteering, or services, please fill out this Campus Visit and External Solicitation form. A committee meets at the end of each month to review all campus visit requests, and a representative will follow up with more information.
Does GCWJ have internships available?
For Vanguard University students, we have internship opportunities available for credit by enrolling in WMST 420: GCWJ Internship. Contact our office if you are interested, and we will work to match your interests with the internship opportunities we have available.
At this time, we are unable to support any outside internship requests. We are currently working to create an internship program for students from other universities, and aim to launch the program in Summer 2014.