The University of Maryland maintains a comprehensive site about all things Women's Studies, the Women's Studies Database.
Smith College's Reference and Research Links.
The Five College Women's Studies Research Center maintains this web-based anthology of women's and gender studies scholarship that focuses on African, Latin American and Caribbean, Middle Eastern, South Asian and transregional women's issues. Please visit Curricular Crossings: Women's Studies and Area Studies.
See the Harvard-based Women of Color Web
Syracuse has a great listing of Women's Studies internet resources
More resources for academic research, local women's organizations, and recommended books will be available soon. In the interim feel free to visit the Women's Resource Center listing of Helpful Connections and Resources.
Wondering what to do "when you grow up?" In addition to providing assistance with identifying and pursuing internships, volunteer opportunities, graduate and professional schools, and jobs, the CPC can help you connect with alumni/ae who work to improve the status of and opportunities for women, who defy gender stereotypes, and who excel in a wide-range of occupations. Visit the Career Planning Center (CPC) webiste.
For general information about internships, please visit the CPC Internships webpage.
For information about fellowships and grants, visit the CPC Fellowships webpage.
For information on cover letters, job search correspondence, and resumes, check out the CPC Handbooks.
Please visit the U of Maryland Women's Studies Employment webpage.
For a great introductory guide to graduate school, please see the CPC Graduate School Guide.
Smith College has an excellent site on Graduate Programs in Women's Studies.
Visit the Women's Resource Center listing of Helpful Connections and Resources for a comprehensive listing of local and national organizations.
Bates College's Women's Studies Program
Colby College's Women's Studies Program
The University of Maine at Farmington's Women's Studies Program
The University of Southern Maine's Women's Studies Program