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- President's Advisory Commission on Women's Issues
- Michigan Partners Project
- Women and Economic Security: Changing Policy and Practice Conference
- Visiting Social Activists Program
- Carol Hollenshead Award
- Taking Action on State and National Issues
- UM Campus Issues
- Campus Sexual Assault Policy Conference 2012
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The Center for the Education of Women assists hundreds of women and men each year as they make decisions about their futures. The comprehensive counseling program supports exploration of educational and career interests within the context of relationships and life circumstances.
Our professionally trained and experienced counselors work within a developmental framework to help women and men consider their options, make informed choices, and both define and resolve problems, while focusing on issues of achieving balance between work and family.
To schedule an appointment, stop in at CEW or call 734-764-6360. There is no charge for counseling appointments, which are available to anyone, whether affiliated with the University or not. If this is your first appointment, you will be scheduled for an intake appointment to fill out paperwork, and a counseling appointment immediately following. Please pay attention to the details you will receive in your appointment reminder email, as CEW's policy is to cancel an appointment if you are late for your intake. After your appointment you will have the opportunity to complete a brief satisfaction survey.
***Due to intrastate licensure issues, we are not currently able to offer phone appointments to those living outside of the state of Michigan. We recommend that you look in your local area for resources on career and education.
What happens in a counseling appointment?
While there is no "typical" appointment, the list below can give you an idea of the concerns our participants tend to discuss in a counseling appointment at CEW.
- goals clarification
- feedback on resumes, cover letters, application materials, etc.
- how to start a job search
- educational goals
- how to return to college or graduate school
- work/life/family balance issues
There is no limit on the number of appointments you may have; you and the counselor will make that decision.
Who uses CEW’s counseling service?
CEW's counseling services are open to all community members and University of Michigan students, faculty and staff. Our counseling services have been used effectively by all kinds of people – from executives to entrepreneurs, from faculty to non-traditional returning students, to community members experiencing mid-life transitions.
Location and Parking
CEW is located at 330 E. Liberty Street, in the Michigan Square building. We are very close to the intersection of S. Division and Liberty.
Look for the blue "CEW" awning outside our building; CEW's entrance is at the top of the exterior stairs. Parking is available in the newly constructed underground lot with entrances on both Division and Fifth Avenue, as well as in the public surface lot across from the Ann Arbor Public Library (accessible from William Street), the parking structure on 4th & William, or the Maynard parking structure located between Thompson and Maynard Street just off of E. Liberty. See this parking web site for available spots in surrounding parking structures. See this parking web site for available spots in surrounding parking structures.
To access the elevator, please use the entrance at the northwest corner of the building and buzz for CEW.