Events and Programs

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The Women's Center offers many programs and events. All of our events are free and open to the public unless otherwise noted.

Clothesline Project

Clothesline Project is the Signature Program offered by the Women’s Center. The Clothesline Project is held during October, which is Domestic Violence Awareness month. The Clothesline Project is a visual display of shirts with graphic messages and illustrations that have been designed by women survivors of violence, or by their friends or families. The Clothesline may also contain shirts made to honor women who have died as a result of violence. The purpose of this project is to raise awareness of the impact of violence, to celebrate a woman's strength to survive, and to provide another avenue for her to courageously break the silence. We invite all members of the University Community to make shirts. During CP shirts and art materials are provided during open t-shirt making sessions. Made or unmade shirts can be donated at any point during the year. 

Feminist Leadership Academy

The Feminist Leadership Academy (FLA) brings together students looking to grow in their understanding of and personal relationship to feminism to empower them in fostering connections on campus and in the community. FLA will allow for expansive conversations around intersectionality, feminism, growing communities of women and exemplifying these values in daily life. FLA provides historical context about the cultural norms that have limited women's participation in leadership roles. FLA includes conversations on the importance and impact of intersectional feminism and how to continue the work of feminist organizing wherever you go!

Salary Negotiation Workshops

Our Salary Negotiation Workshops are designed to empower women with the skills and confidence to successfully negotiate their salary and benefits packages. By learning strategies and practicing effective language, participants gain valuable skills they can use throughout their lives — well beyond their next negotiation. Several workshops are held each semester.

Take Back the Night

Take Back the Night is an annual march and rally against sexual violence. Typically, Take Back the Night is held in early April during Sexual Assault Awareness Month. Take Back the Night events have been held in the United States since 1975, at Georgia College & State University, Take Back the Night has been an annual event since 2006. 

Women's Giving Circle

The Georgia College Women’s Center and the Georgia College Foundation are excited to establish a Women’s Giving Circle (WGC)! The GCSU Women’s Giving Circle will amplify the power of collaborative philanthropic efforts to help support areas of need across campus while simultaneously building community and transforming the lives of students. Members contribute an annual gift to the fund and gather to determine where the collective dollars are granted. By motivating and inspiring women as leaders, donors, and advocates, we can transform women’s giving to create greater impact! Support us here!

Women's History Month

March is Women's History Month. During this month we raise awareness about women and celebrate their accomplishments both current and in the past. 

Women's Leadership Conference

Coinciding with Women’s History Month, this conference is designed to give participants the opportunity to explore diverse outlets for sustained leadership efforts, learn new skills to lead and collaborate within diverse communities, and understand the unique privilege that impacts their global footprint. Check out more information at our Women's Leadership Conference Webpage!