Numerous offices and departments across campus sponsor diversity and inclusion-related summer programming. Please check this page for updated announcements.


Womxn of Worth Program Assistants

Womxn of Worth will have two open work study positions this year. We are ideally looking for sophomores and juniors. You can apply on the JobX site by searching for position #6010. Interested students should make sure to submit a resume AND cover letter. And coming soon…new leadership opportunities! Womxn of Worth will be creating a Student Programming Board that will be led by the Program Assistants. Details to be announced soon.


Womxn of Worth Student Programming Board

The Womxn of Worth Initiative (W) Programming Board is responsible for creating and implementing programming experiences that uphold the mission of the (W) Initiative. Programs should be centered on creating and sustaining a community for women of color and women who identify as members of underrepresented racial and ethnic populations at the University of North Carolina (UNC). Programs should promote academic success, holistic student wellness and success, identity development, sisterhood and involvement with UNC and the surrounding community. Responsibilities include attending meetings at least once a month, participating in and helping coordinate (W) Annual Events including but not limited to the August Welcome and Spring Summit, planning at least two programs each semester, tracking any and all spending and reporting to Chairs, providing a cumulative report at the conclusion of each semester, assessing programming needs for womxn of color at UNC, collaborating with other student organizations and offices to plan and implement programs that meet the need of the population. Should be self-directed, motivated and able to work independently, have strong verbal and written communications skills, and must be in good standing with the University. Students on academic or disciplinary probation may not serve on the Board.

Five students will be selected to serve on the Student Programming Board for the 2019-2020 academic year. Deadline: September 25. Apply here.

Major League Baseball (MLB) Diversity Fellowship Program

The MLB Diversity Fellowship Program provides the opportunity for young, diverse professionals to experience front office positions that have been traditionally influential in baseball operations decisions. These include player development, scouting, research and development and beyond. The Club-based program will be an 18-to-24-month commitment for candidates in entry-level roles within one of the MLB Clubs and MLB’s Central Office. The program is open to people of color and women graduating Spring 2020 or recent graduates (as far back as Spring 2017) with a bachelor’s or advanced degree. While all disciples are eligible to apply, candidates with degrees or knowledge in economics, analytics, computer science, applied mathematics, law and business are strongly encouraged to submit applications. Deadline: October 15. Apply.