Santa Clara University

Women's & Gender Studies Program

Women's Resources


 

Community Resources


  • iconEqual Rights Advocates

    Equal Rights Advocates is a San Francisco based organization that works to eradicate illegal discriminatory practices that deny women advancement opportunities, equal compensation, and access to certain occupations. (San Francisco, CA)
  • iconLeague of Women Voters of San Jose/Santa Clara

    League of Women Voters of San Jose/Santa Clara is a nonpartisan political organization encouraging informed and active participation in government. It influences public policy through education and advocacy. (San Jose, CA)
  • iconCommission on the Status of Women

    Commission on the Status of Women – Women’s Policy, Office of County of Santa Clara (San Jose, CA) For more information about internship opportunities, visit the Internship webpage.
  • iconNext Door, Solutions To Domestic Violence (San Jose, CA)

    Domestic violence service agency, offering programs and services to women and families, including hotlines, shelter, counseling and more.
  • iconThe Women's Alliance (San Jose, CA)

    National organization of independent community-based members who provide professional career training and attire to low-income women and families who seek self-sufficiency.
  • iconYWCA Silicon Valley (San Jose, CA)

    As the oldest and largest multicultural women's organization in the world, YWCA’s mission is to empower women, children, and families, and to eliminate racism, hatred, and prejudice through its programs and services. For more information about internship opportunities, visit the Internship webpage.
  • iconWomen's Community Clinic (San Francisco, CA)

    Provides free health care for uninsured and under-insured women
  • iconAunt Lute Press

    Aunt Lute Press is a not-for-profit, multicultural women’s publishing house in San Francisco. (San Francisco, CA) For more information about internship opportunities, visit the Internship webpage.
  • iconBay Area Women’s Sports Initiative

    The Bay Area Women’s Sports Initiative works to build a long-lasting and meaningful platform for women in sports by connecting women athletes with girls and women in low-income communities in ways that positively impact their lives. (Santa Clara, CA) For more information about internship opportunities, visit the Internship webpage.
  • iconFat!So?

    Fat!So?, located in San Francisco, involves local/national change-making and weight diversity trainings, among other undertakings, to end weight-based stereotypes, prejudice, and discrimination via outrageously charming and charmingly outrageous means. (San Francisco, CA)  For more information about internship opportunities, visit the Internship webpage.
  • iconGLBT Historical Society

    GLBT Historical Society, located in San Francisco, is an archive that collects, preserves, and interprets the history of GLBT people and the communities that support them. (San Francisco, CA) For more information about internship opportunities, visit the Internship webpage.
 

National Resources

 

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