Working at the Wellesley Centers for Women
All staff at the Wellesley Centers for Women are employees of Wellesley College. Open positions at the Wellesley Centers for Women are posted on the Wellesley College human resources website. Applications should be made directly to the human resources office at the College unless otherwise instructed on their website. The research conducted at the Wellesley Centers for Women is largely funded by grants from federal, state, and local government agencies or private foundations. Open research positions are tied to specific funding in hand.
Employment for Wellesley College Students
The Wellesley Centers for Women employs approximately 35-50 Wellesley College students in part-time research and administrative positions, including through work-study programs. Positions for Wellesley College students are posted in Handshake. Each year, the Wellesley Centers for Women also offers 5-6 social science research internships for Wellesley College students through the Class of 1967 Internship Program. Student research internships run during the fall and spring academic semesters.
Working at the Wellesley Centers for Women is a unique opportunity for undergraduate students to get firsthand experience with research and action that drives social change. Learn more about the work Wellesley College students have done at the Centers.
Women's Review of Books
Edited by feminist author Jennifer Baumgardner and published by the Wellesley Centers for Women in partnership with Old City Publishing, Women's Review of Books provides a unique perspective on today’s literary world. Those who are interested in writing reviews for the publication should contact Women's Review of Books.
Questions about employment at the Wellesley Centers for Women, including internships and jobs for Wellesley College students, can be directed to Karen Lachance, Administrative Director at klachanc@wellesley[dot]edu.