Be The Reason For Social Change
To challenge all forms of oppression, both our AA-T Social Justice -Gender Studies and AA General Studies with Emphasis in Women and Gender Studies degrees, have been designed to create innovative teaching and learning environments and experiences where students study how to question the status quo, apply their knowledge to solving social problems and are empowered to become agents of social change for advancing equal right and opportunities for all.
Our program centers on an interdisciplinary, intersectional, transnational, and social justice approach to the study of women, gender, and sexuality. Students who complete our degrees go on to pursue careers in Advocacy, Business, Education, Health Care, Law, Public Policy, Non-government organization Social Work, and much more.
So, if you are looking for a degree that will help you follow your passion and make a difference in the world, then major in Women & Gender Studies at EVC.
What Can I Do with A Degree in Women & Gender Studies?
Graduates of this versatile degree will gain a solid academic foundation on which to prepare for rewarding careers in:
- International Relations
- Community Development
- Health Care
- Human rights organizations
- Non-governmental organizations
- Public Policy
- Social Work
How To Declare A W&GS Major
- Schedule a Counseling appointment with an EVC Counselor for a two-year educational Plan.
- Submit a Change of Demographic Information form to EVC Admissions & Records
- Contact the Women & Gender Studies Program at EVC.WomanandGenderStudies@evc for information about upcoming events and opportunities.
Womyn For Womyn Mentoring Program
Womyn’s Gender Equity Center
Womyn & Allies Club
EVC Pride Resources
Tools & Resources
Womyn's Gender Equity Center Acacia Building A8-232
Caritha Anderson, Counselor
Marjorie Clark, W&GS Counselor/Psychology Faculty
David Hendricks, History Faculty
Milina Jovanovic, W&GS Faculty
Charlie Kahn-Lomax, EOP&S Counselor Coordinator
Shaneel Pratap, Social Science Faculty
Nasreen Rahim, Instructional Technology Faculty
John Ruys, Psychology Faculty
Huma Saleem, English Faculty