Copy of Women's Action Commission Intern Application 2018-2019
The Associated Students of the University of Washington (ASUW) Women’s Action Commission (WAC) is one of eight diversity commissions founded by the ASUW. Each commission has a mandate to put on educational programs each quarter, as well as to serve and advocate for its constituency within the student government and the administration. The WAC seeks a social justice framework that recognizes and affirms the multiple and intersecting identities held by woman-identified and/or female-identified-at-birth constituents. For a more detailed mission and vision statements, visit

***Students of all gender identities, races, classes, sexual orientations, minds, and bodies are encouraged to apply.***

For all team positions, there will be a 3-5 hour weekly time commitment (hours will vary based upon need), that includes the weekly 1-hr WAC meeting from Fall 2018-Spring 2019.

During times of high level programming activities, the hours team members will work will most likely increase, but never more than a manageable time. Open discussions with the director will occur to find a balanced team member workload during these times.
The commission will work to schedule around personal and academic availabilities.
In addition to the tasks specified below, team members [and volunteers] will have the opportunity to provide critiques and feedback, plan and execute existing programming, and initiate their own programs/projects.

The commission director will practice consistent communication and transparency with all team members and volunteers.
Each weekly meeting will be a safe space where the director will report programming and advocacy updates while the team members are more than welcome to share and discuss new ideas for the entity.

Though these positions are unpaid, the WAC emphasizes the value of these team positions. They will provide individuals with concrete skills, professional/organizing experience, networking, references/letters of recommendation, and community building opportunities. Beyond these concrete benefits, the WAC aims to push these team positions to be spaces of radical learning (and unlearning!), healing, and celebration.


If you have questions or comments about these positions, please do not hesitate to email



Event and Logistics Coordinator
-Coordinate tabling logistics and manage volunteers for events held and/or co-sponsored by the WAC
-Manage set-up and clean-up for events
-Work with the Director with planning and executing events

Community Outreach and Collaboration Coordinator
-Outreach to other entities/communities specifically feminist themed organizations on and off campus about the WAC
-Collaborate with other entities/communities on and off campus that align with the WAC’s values
-Seek innovative ways to connect to such organizations to establish positive and long term relationships with the WAC

Queer Feminine Narratives Facilitator
-Facilitate discussion for year long programming for the Queer Feminine Narratives
-Works with the Director on recruiting, discussing, and engaging the Queer Femme community
-Present the opportunity to create events that involve the Queer Femme Community

Email address *
How did you hear about this position? *
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First, Last Name *
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Preferred Pronouns (e.g. they/them, she/her, he/him, etc.) *
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Email address *
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Class standing by credits *
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What are your (intended) major(s) / minor(s)? *
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Which position(s) are you interested in? Please check all that apply: *
Which position are you MOST interested in and why? *
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Choose one of the following words: feminism, ally, or solidarity. Briefly define and explain the importance of this concept to your life and/or the society at large. *
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What skills can you bring to the team? (e.g. past volunteer/work/personal experience, a positive attitude, Adobe Photoshop and Indesign experience, etc.) *
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Each team member will have the chance to design their own learning experience. Please list three (3) things you would like to get out of this opportunity, along with any programming, advocacy, or activism idea(s) you may have. *
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Optional: What communities would you like to work with on campus if chosen to be a team member?
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Optional: Is there anything else you'd like us to know?
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Optional: If you need any accommodations, please let us know how we can best serve you:
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