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2017-2018 Volunteers

Elizabeth Ruvalcaba
Elizabeth Ruvalcaba
Volunteer, 2017-2018

I chose to volunteer at WGSE because It was a combination of the two biggest passions in my life: helping others and feminism. This experience has been very rewarding. I’ve gained a lot of knowledge about intersectional feminism and have made a name for myself on campus through this program. I would definitely recommend others to become a WGSE volunteer!




Valeryee
Valeryee Jimenez
Volunteer, 2017-2018

I’m a second year BFA Theater major and Feminist Studies minor. Being a volunteer for the WGSE department has introduced me to a wholesome, supportive community of people who are dedicated to making change on campus. I’ve gained lots of knowledge and people skills by volunteering for events and tabling around campus. This program has proven itself to be more of a community and team than anything else and I’m grateful I get to be a part of it.






Srbuhi

Srbuhi Gurunyan
Volunteer, 2017-2018

As a volunteer for the WGSE, I've enjoyed being part of a team that promotes positivity and raises awareness on women's issues by tabling on campus and at events. Something I've learned is that the only way to make a change is to put yourself out there, even if it is difficult.




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Harper Lambert
Volunteer, 2017-2018

As a volunteer for the WGSE, I've enjoyed being part of a team that promotes positivity and raises awareness on women's issues by tabling on campus and at events. Something I've learned is that the only way to make a change is to put yourself out there, even if it is difficult.






kaylee
Kaylee Galindo
Volunteer, 2017-2018

As a volunteer for the WGSE, I've enjoyed being part of a team that promotes positivity and raises awareness on women's issues by tabling on campus and at events. Something I've learned is that the only way to make a change is to put yourself out there, even if it is difficult.