UCSC Students!

The UCSC Women’s Center is looking for graduate mentors and undergraduate mentees for our MINT (Matriculating, Influencing, Networking and Triumphing) Program.

If you are an undergraduate woman-identified sophomore, transfer, or third-year in a five-year track and are interested in graduate school but don’t quite know how to make it happen, then our program can help you! The MINT Program will assign undergraduates with grad students who will mentor them for a whole year, answering questions about grad life and helping find opportunities for research, awards, and success at UCSC.

If you aren’t yet involved on campus then this could be the program for you!

We also encourage Graduate students to apply for a mentoring position- gain professional experience mentoring and help students succeed!

Look into the MINT Program and see if it could work for you! We are available through our website and through our Facebook page. Please feel free to ask any questions you have on there, visit the Cardiff house, or shoot us an email at women@ucsc.edu!

Happy journeys!

The MINT Program

i-am-not-amused:

”Women don’t belong in sci-fi”

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”Women aren’t funny”

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”Nobody wants to see ensemble women comedies”

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”Women can’t write good action stories”

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”Women can’t direct good movies”

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”Women aren’t good authors”

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”Women can’t be action stars”

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(via angrywomynofcolor)

Local Bobcat sighting at the Women’s Center today!

I was behind a window so sorry for the blinds getting in the way. 

Hello UCSC students! Congratulations to all who have just been accepted!

ucscwomen:

The UCSC Women’s Center is looking for graduate mentors and undergraduate mentees for our MINT (Matriculating, Influencing, Networking and Triumphing) Program.

If you are an undergraduate woman-identified sophomore, transfer, or third-year in a five-year track and are interested in graduate school but don’t quite know how to make it happen, then our program can help you! The MINT Program will assign undergraduates with grad students who will mentor them for a whole year, answering questions about grad life and helping find opportunities for research, awards, and success at UCSC.

If you aren’t yet involved on campus then this could be the program for you!

We also encourage Graduate students to apply for a mentoring position- gain professional experience mentoring and help students succeed!

Look into the MINT Program and see if it could work for you! We are available through our website and through our Facebook page. Please feel free to ask any questions you have on there, visit the Cardiff house, or shoot us an email at women@ucsc.edu!

Happy journeys!

The MINT Program

 

Hello UCSC students! Congratulations to all who have just been accepted!

The UCSC Women’s Center is looking for graduate mentors and undergraduate mentees for our MINT (Matriculating, Influencing, Networking and Triumphing) Program.

If you are an undergraduate woman-identified sophomore, transfer, or third-year in a five-year track and are interested in graduate school but don’t quite know how to make it happen, then our program can help you! The MINT Program will assign undergraduates with grad students who will mentor them for a whole year, answering questions about grad life and helping find opportunities for research, awards, and success at UCSC.

If you aren’t yet involved on campus then this could be the program for you!

We also encourage Graduate students to apply for a mentoring position- gain professional experience mentoring and help students succeed!

Look into the MINT Program and see if it could work for you! We are available through our website and through our Facebook page. Please feel free to ask any questions you have on there, visit the Cardiff house, or shoot us an email at women@ucsc.edu!

Happy journeys!

The MINT Program

 

Hello UCSC students! Congratulations to all who have just been accepted!

The UCSC Women’s Center is looking for graduate mentors and undergraduate mentees for our MINT Program.

If you are an undergraduate women-identified sophomore, transfer, or third-year in a five-year track and are interested in Graduate school but don’t quite know how to make it happen then our program can help you! The MINT Program will assign each undergraduate with a grad student who will mentor them for a whole year, answering questions about grad life and helping find opportunities for research, awards, and success at UCSC.

If you aren’t yet involved on campus then this could be the program for you!

We also encourage Graduate students to apply for a mentoring position- gain professional experience mentoring and help students succeed!

Look into the MINT Program and see if it could work for you! We are available through our website and through our Facebook page. Please feel free to ask any questions you have on there, visit the Cardiff house, or shoot us an email at women@ucsc.edu!

Happy journeys!

The MINT Program

 

if you missed tonight’s debate, you missed why women NEED TO VOTE!!

if you missed tonight’s debate, you missed why women NEED TO VOTE!!

Even arses (gaiman still gets a side-eye for cultural appropriation, privilege-defending and AFP) get it right some times!

neil-gaiman:

birdartpoetry asked: Mister Gaiman, you’re kickass. I was just wondering, what do you think is the best way to seduce a writer? I figured your answer would be pretty spectacular.

In my experience, writers tend to be really good at the inside of their own heads and…