Nikole Snover

My courses in Women’s Studies have given me the voice and tools to go out in the world and create change to better our society.
– Nikole Snover ’05, English major, women’s studies minor

Internships & Independent Studies

A wide variety of internships and independent studies are available for Women’s Studies minors each semester. Recently, students have

  • worked at local domestic violence shelters
  • done graphic design work for local women’s businesses
  • helped to create Independent Study courses on “The Feminist Body” and “Girls in Contemporary American Film” among others.

For more information about pursuing an internship or independent study in Women’s Studies, contact Megan Birch at mlbirch@mail.plymouth.edu .

For a list of organizations that you may be interested in doing an internship with, click here.

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