The Women’s Initiatives Office supports the needs and experiences of women and non-binary students within the Dunwoody campus community. The department strives to eliminate barriers to women and promote gender parity in technical industries.
The Office helps women students form connections with other students, resources, and support networks.
Have any idea for a workshop session the Women’s Initiative Office could offer that would be of interest to students?
The Women’s Resource Center (WRC) is a space for Dunwoody women. Located on the Black Level in Room 36, the WRC can be used to study in private, socialize, celebrate achievements, find resources and information, browse through literature and magazines, or simply relax in a comfortable environment.
The WRC is the primary meeting location for Dunwoody’s Kate’s Club, which is an organization dedicated to the diverse populations of Dunwoody Women.
Kate’s Club is the women student organization on campus. Members of Kate’s Club build leadership skills, host gatherings to connect with other women students, plan volunteer events in the community, and hold fundraising events to support their work.
The club is named after Dunwoody College co-founder Kate L. Dunwoody, who was a passionate advocate and philanthropist for the education and welfare of women. Club members strive to continue Kate’s legacy.
Dunwoody College provides a Mother’s Lounge and Lactation Room for students, employees, and community members with college business. The room is located on the Silver Level and is open on a walk-in basis during campus business hours.
The Mother’s Lounge requires coded entry. For details, contact:
Volunteers are needed throughout the year to support the work of the Women’s Initiatives Office. One-time and long-term opportunities exist and range from conducting mock interviews to mentoring a student.
Outreach programs and activities of the department aim to engage women and girls in STEM career exploration. The department is always on the lookout for opportunities to partner with other organizations.
Dunwoody faculty teaches youth to build 3D printed bluetooth speakers
Girls Inc. Eureka! youth had the opportunity to participate in a two-day 3D printing workshop at Dunwoody to further their learning in STEM and nontraditional careers.
Dunwoody partners with Girl Scouts River Valleys for 2018 Power Girls Camp
Nearly 80 girls grades 6-12 attended the first-ever Power Girls camp organized through Girl Scouts River Valleys and Dunwoody. In addition to canoeing and archery, girls also built two 8-by-8-foot tiny houses.
Dunwoody students give back to Harriet Tubman Center
Twenty students from Dunwoody’s National Electrical Contractors Association Chapter and Women in Technical Careers scholarship program volunteered their afternoon to paint playroom walls at the Harriet Tubman Center East in Maplewood.