volunteer with wyse
donate your time and talents
Women and Youth Supporting Each Other is 100% volunteer-run! We welcome volunteers at the national level to donate their time and talents as we work to advance our mission. Past volunteers have assisted in a variety of areas including:
Marketing and Graphic Design
Branch-specific volunteer opportunities are at the discretion of that branch's leadership team. To inquire about how you can volunteer with WYSE (National) contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
join the wyse national board
Women and Youth Supporting Each Other is governed by a national board of directors. The WYSE board consists of volunteers who dedicate significant time and energy to leading the organization at the national level. Experience in WYSE is not required to serve on the national board.
Click here to view current board opportunities!
intern with wyse
WYSE's internship program has engaged mentors and alumni across many branches nationwide. The Board invites all WYSEwomen and mentors to apply for virtual, flexible internships on an ongoing basis. This is a great way for WYSEwomen to get more involved in WYSE, learn about WYSE's National Movement, and gain professional experience in a variety of fields at the same time. Past interns have assisted in a variety of areas including:
Research and Data
Click here to view the Internship Description for more details. If you are interested in applying, please email your resume and cover letter to email@example.com.
Hear what interns are saying!
"This past summer I interned with WYSE. ... It was a truly fulfilling experience and it really put into perspective how many women nationally are affected and reached by WYSE. At the beginning of the internship the work didn’t seem like too much, but by the end I realized what a wide impact our work will and has had on all of our branches’ mentors and mentees."
- Intern, George Washington University WYSE, 2017
"I really liked how I was able to help structure the timeline of the internship to fit with my schedule and WYSE’s needs. I liked that the projects I did were meaningful; instead of doing a bunch of data entry all the time, I felt like the work I was doing was really contributing to WYSE as a whole and making us a stronger organization."
- Intern, Tulane University WYSE, 2017