There are many opportunities for you to volunteer. Our volunteers have the opportunity to work in a supportive environment that emphasizes the development of your interests and skills, and utilizes your talents. The Center for Women believes your volunteer experience should be valuable and rewarding and provide us with needed skills.
Our volunteer schedules are very flexible and you may devote as many or as few hours as you wish. You are welcome to commit anywhere from two hours per week to four hours per semester. If you are interested, contact us at email@example.com. We would be more than happy to discuss volunteer opportunities with you.
The Eileen B. Lieben Center for Women collaborates with many different student groups and organizations on campus. You can share your skills, talents, and time by getting involved in one of these organizations. Contact the club or organization leadership or the Lieben Center for more information.
The Lieben Center partnered with PEAC in February 2011 to co-sponsor a women's health night where students were able to ask questions from a gynecologist and learn about important health issues for women between the ages of 18 and 24.
The GSA is very active at Creighton in encouraging critical dialogue around the topics of gender and sexuality in alignment with the Jesuit, Catholic tradition. This active group meets every Tuesday and all are invited.
The Lieben Center co-sponsored an event featuring Sally Winn, the former Vice-President of Feminists for Life in March 2011.
Many of our women on campus actively participate in the 6 social women's sororities as well as the several multicultural sororities. Recruitment for new students occurs in the Spring semester, allowing students to get accustomed to their new community before joining a sorority.
The Lieben Center Advisory Board consists of staff, faculty, and students who are dedicated to enhancing the experience of women students at Creighton. Students are selected for 1 year terms and faculty and staff serve 2 year terms. For more information on being a part of the Advisory Board, contact Kathryn Onorato, Director for the Lieben Center.