Student Staff Positions



Community Organizers

As a Community Organizer at the WRRC you will work collaboratively with professional staff, other interns, and volunteers. You’ll have training, funding, and staff support to carry out your responsibilities. You’ll work with others who care about you as a whole person, where you can be your authentic self and be treated with respect.

What you can gain from a WRRC CO position:

  • Work experience that will help you in professional roles throughout and after college
  • Skills in working with a diverse team and community
  • New insights into your identities and the intersections power and privilege
  • Understanding of the range and depth of gender and social justice issues
  • Experience in community outreach, event programming, and facilitation
  • Skilled mentoring and supervision from professional staff
  • Give and receive constructive feedback
  • Professional development and learning opportunities to increase social justice competency
  • New friends and a community engaged in social change


The WRRC recruits every winter quarter. Applications can be found on Aggie Job Link after January 1st.



Graduate Student Researchers

The WRRC Graduate Student Outreach Coordinator provides a critical perspective as a member of the graduate student body and contributes to the WRRC’s overall mission. As a member of the WRRC staff, the Graduate Student Outreach Coordinator provides campus-wide outreach, programming, advocacy and resources for all graduate students. The Graduate Student Outreach Coordinator collaborates closely with GSRs at the LGBTQIARC, CCC, SRRC, as well as the Graduate Student Assistant to the Dean and Chancellor, and with the Graduate Ally Coalition (GAC) to advocate for the needs of graduate students.

The WRRC recruits every winter quarter. Applications can be found on Aggie Job Link after January 1st.



Graphic/Web Designer

As a Graphic Design Intern at the WRRC you will have significant responsibility and influence. You’ll work collaboratively with professional staff, other interns, and volunteers to create cohesive and thoughtful web designs for the center. You’ll have training, funding, and staff support to carry out your responsibilities. You’ll work with others who care about you as a whole person, where you can be your authentic self and be treated with respect.

​ What you will gain from the Graphic Design Position:

  • ​An opportunity to explore your creative side while working with supportive people in a unique, professional and fun environment
  • ​W​ork independently, gain technical and leadership skills and experience an organization that values quality of service and an environment that promotes personal and professional growth.

The WRRC recruits every winter quarter. Applications can be found on Aggie Job Link after January 1st.