If you do not see your organization’s name on the below list and have completed the chartering process, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Macro Social Work Student Network
Started in 2011 with the support of the Association for Community Organization and Social Administration (ACOSA), the mission of the Macro Social Work Student Network is to develop a geographically diverse network of and for macro-practice social work undergraduate and graduate students in order to:
- Share and augment macro practice knowledge
- Maintain self-awareness of macro practice as an essential method in the social work field
- Share our work with the rest of the social work field
Gender & Sexuality Coalition
The GSC’s mission is to educate, empower, and promote awareness of the gender and sexuality spectrum throughout cultures, both in school and our surrounding communities.Our goal is to create an environment and set a tone within school surrounding issues of gender and sexuality for professional development, building transparency between faculty and students’ needs, and to provide students with access to resources on and off campus, and with a safe space for discussion.
Mind Body Spirit
Mind Body Spirit Alliance offers weekly meetings focusing on mindfulness, meditation, gentle yoga, relaxation, and other forms of self care. We are interested in exploring these practices for ourselves, to care for ourselves as we enter the firld of Social Work, and in exploring how we might integrate these practices into our work with clients.
Graduate Women In Science
The GWSC was created to encourage diversity within STEM and Social Science fields at Hunter College. Through meetings and events, we aim to create an open and safe environment for discussion and issues of interests to our members and college community.”
Animal Behavior & Conservation Club
The mission of this organization is to support the program of Animal Behavior and Conservation in the Psychology Department at Hunter College. This club will serve a a space t discuss research, proposals, homework issues, share ideas, and provide assistance on future class recommendations.
This club is designed to provide Hunter College’s Graduate students with both collective information from its student body as well as have consistent contact with faculty to make sure all counseling program information is accurate and available. The club also aims to serve it’s students in a number of ways such as: leadership growth, mentorship and job opportunities, skills training and will also provide a form for its members to voice their needs/concerns.