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The WCC offers a variety of different programs, each coordinated by a student staff member. 

Archives and Social Media Program: The Archives and Social Media Program work to archive and preserve the history, work, and knowledge of the WCC as well as promote the presence and highlight the work of the WCC community on social media platforms such as Instagram.

Community Engagement Program: The Community Engagement program creates events and opportunities centered around facilitating social connection within the WCC community. The program also oversees the WCC's participation in NSO as well as the new WCC Sib Fam Program. 

Communications Program: The Communications Program manages, updates, and develops content for the WCC’s external presence, including Love Notes From the WCC newsletter emails.

Feminist Discussions Program: Feminist Discussions Program creates space for students to gather in an informal environment to discuss topics relating to feminism, social justice, and current events.

Feminist Narratives Program: The Feminist Narratives Program uplifts feminist voices and experiences across backgrounds and disciplines, at Stanford and beyond.

Graduate Program:  The Graduate Program supports the feminist graduate community and those interested in gender equity on campus.

Health & Wellness Program: The Health & Wellness Program supports and encourages student health and wellbeing, mentally and physically.

Intern Program: The NSO & Intern Program welcomes incoming students during New Student Orientation, and spearheads efforts to recruit, train, and engage volunteer interns to support the work of the WCC.

Gender, Equity, and Justice Summit: Formerly known as The Stanford Women’s Leadership Conference, The Gender, Equity, and Justice Summit is a day-long conference that celebrates gender marginalized leaders, activists, artists, andd thinkers from around the world and provides Stanford students with actionable tools to enhance their leadership.

WCC Sib Fam Program is meant to foster community by allowing frosh/sophomores to meet upperclassmen who can offer support and advice throughout their year at Stanford.

WCC STEM Program: The Women in STEM Program supports students in the fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics in academic and professional pursuits at Stanford and beyond.