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Support WRAC with a tax-deductible donation through the UI Foundation

WRAC provides groups, facilitator training, speaker events, individual counseling, community programming, IWIS, and other services with a small budget and the work of many volunteers. Each gift to WRAC is matched many times over by the work of student and community volunteers. All donations, big or small, are appreciated! Donations are tax-deductible.

Donations to the Women's Resource and Action Center Fund support current services and programs including Iowa N.E.W. Leadership. Donations to the Women's Resource and Action Center Endowment Fund help secure the financial future of the Center.

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Volunteer Programs

The Women’s Resource and Action Center (WRAC) at The University of Iowa is a diverse community dedicated to fostering women’s individual empowerment and systemic solutions to all forms of oppression. The Center leads and collaborates on projects that serve UI students, staff, faculty, and the greater community. Call 319-756-3456 for more information.

Volunteer Training

Begins

September 9, 2014

6:30 – 9:30 pm

Volunteers must attend all sessions.
For a complete list of required meeting times, choose an area of interest
from the “Get Involved” tab at right.

Everyone Welcome!

Women’s Resource and Action Center

130 N. Madison

(corner of Market & Madison in the Blue House)

All volunteers MUST attend this training to participate in our Volunteer Programs.

Members must attend all sessions.

Any student, staff or faculty member at the University of Iowa – and anyone in the surrounding community – can volunteer at the Center. No prior experience or special qualifications are needed for most volunteer positions; training is provided. After completing training, volunteers may serve as Group Facilitators, WRACtivists, Youth Mentors, or on our Advisory Board.

All volunteers are asked to submit a Volunteer Sign-Up Form. Training sessions are offered near the beginning of each Fall and Spring semester during the academic year.

Please call (319) 335-1486 if any arrangements for accommodations need to be made in order for you to participate.

 

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