The Center wishes to form partnerships with local organizations that are dedicated to women’s health and human rights. We envision Community Partnerships as mutually enriching collaborations among academics, advocates, and service providers sharing strengths, resources, and information for the benefit of all. Where appropriate, the Center may provide Community Partners with consulting and training, and/or with student volunteers (service-learners). In return, Community Partners may provide speakers, sites for research projects, opportunities for networking, and/or service-learning opportunities for Suffolk students.

If your organization would like to discuss becoming a Community Partner, please contact the Director, Amy Agigian. aagigian@suffolk