The Portland Community College Women's Resource Centers provide a central location for services that support the academic achievement of women and promote a campus community that is safe, inclusive, and equitable. Our goal is to increase access to education for women, improve the retention of women students at the college, and encourage women's leadership development. We welcome students of all genders.
What we offer
- Life Tracks: a free college success program for returning students or those whose lives are in transition
- Child care resource and subsidy information
- Community resource referrals
- Crisis intervention and problem solving
- A place to connect with other students
- Advocacy, support, and friendship in a caring environment
The SE WRC is now hiring Student Advocates!
The Southeast Campus Women's Resource Center is now seeking students to participate in the Women's Resource Center’s Leadership Program during the 2016-2017 academic year. The WRC’s Leadership Program participants staff the Women’s Resource Center as paid Student Advocates.
Student Advocates provide information to students seeking assistance from the Center; make referrals to campus and community services and programs; provide peer support and sexual assault/relationship violence advocacy; and develop, organize, and implement programming for the campus community.
The Student Advocates are ambassadors for the college and role models for other PCC students. Student Advocates promote a safe, equitable and inclusive SE Campus in support of all success for all PCC students.