Join the GenEq Internship team!

The Gender Equity Resource Center (GenEq) is currently recruiting interns to join our team. Applications for summer and fall 2018 positions are due by Sunday, April 15, 2018, at 11:59 pm.

Only graduate and undergraduate students registered for fall 2018 may apply. Applicants must have at least two semesters remaining at UC Berkeley and must commit to an appointment through spring 2019.  Please note the start dates for each internship. Apply Here.

Openings currently available are:

More information on the GenEq Internship Program and volunteer opportunities may be found here.

Interns are a part of a larger collective. We anticipate that each intern will have their own interests and strengths, and may naturally gravitate towards a particular topic area or type of work — but to work collectively, the intern must actively contribute their ideas and perspectives and support the work of their fellow interns.

GenEq seeks applicants who are creative and highly enthusiastic about this work and these topics. We seek students who are invested in developing a community in which we challenge each other to grow, and hold one another accountable, through reflection, dialogue and action.


African American Student Development (AASD) and The Gender Equity Resource Center (GenEq) announce two new, joint positions for Black LGBTQ/SGL Interns!

Salary: $15/hr – 10 hours/week

Applications are due by Tuesday, April 17, 2018, at 11:59 pm.   Apply Here.

Together, AASD and GenEq seek to evolve an affirming, welcoming and nurturing LGBTQ+, Same Gender Loving (SGL) and All Gender Loving (AGL) Community across the African American, Afro-Caribbean, African, and Black Diasporic communities at UC Berkeley.  We are seeking energetic, highly organized, creative and reliable undergraduate or graduate students to launch this new collaborative internship.

The Gender Equity Resource Center (GenEq) is a UC Berkeley campus community center committed to fostering an inclusive Cal experience for all. GenEq is the campus location where students, faculty, staff and alumni connect for resources, services, education and leadership programs related to gender and sexuality. African American Student Development Office (AASD) and the Fannie Lou Hamer Black Resource Center serve as the academic, social-emotional, professional development, community and cultural support hub for peoples of the African/Black Diaspora at the University of California at Berkeley.  

The GenEq Internship Program offers an opportunity for UC Berkeley students to build upon their leadership skills by creating programs, resources and initiatives that seek to create a more welcoming and inclusive campus. The approach to addressing topics of gender and sexuality is intersectional and encourages students to strive for creating space and place that resists exclusion while expanding notions of inclusion.Questions?  Email billyc@berkeley.edu or call 510.643.0788.


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