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The mission of the Cornell Women's Resource Center WRC is to foster a more vibrant campus community by supporting the full and active participation of women-identified students in both their personal and educational pursuits at Cornell.
The WRC champions endeavors that support women's education, empowerment, and advancement at Cornell and beyond. The WRC strives to be a welcoming space for people of all genders and identities. Are you looking for funding through the GJAC co-sponsorship fund? We would love to hear from you! Our application for funding can be found here. Co-sponsorship application requests will be reviewed three times per semester.
Please early if you have questions! We are not able to review co-sponsorship requests outside of these dates, so please plan accordingly with regard to your event timeline. We are delighted to have over 1, books in our collection, available to anyone in the Cornell community to borrow—for coursework or personal edification!
Books can be checked out when the Center is open; please see a student staffer or the Director for assistance. The story of the Women's Resource Center WRC is one filled with a dedication to education, awareness, activism, and change.
At the center of it all has been a group of students, women and men, who have recognized the need for a space devoted to serving the needs of women students at Cornell. Although little has been chronicled over the years, it has been possible through a few remaining scrapbooks, slides, and other resources, to loosely trace the history of the WRC over the past twenty-five or so years.
The Women's Resource Center was started in the early s as a student organization.
At a time when political awareness was at the center of the Women's Movement, the WRC was active in sponsoring discussions and events on issues such as abortion, equal pay, racism, and women's health. A lending library, as well as, comprehensive directories of campus and community services was established. In the mid s the WRC surfaced once again, with a newly decorated office and a large staff of dedicated student volunteers. These volunteers worked many hours each week staffing the office so that visitors could access the services provided.
These services included a lending library, lectures and events, community service opportunities and a chance to work on the WRC's literary magazine, Forword. The WRC made great strides in moving into 21st century in the fall of when the first full-time director was hired, made possible by the support and funding of the Undergraduate Student Assembly.
This two- year funding cycle allowed the WRC to further develop its services and programs, while working towards solidifying its position within the University. Breadcrumb Home Identity Resources.Wives seeking sex NY Venice center 13147
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