At CEW+, we work to break down barriers and increase access through funding. We offer opportunities for scholarships, emergency grants, sponsorships, and more for a range of situations and life circumstances.
Career & Education Counseling
Our professionally trained and experienced counselors work within a developmental framework to help individuals consider their options, make informed choices, and both define and resolve problems, while focusing on issues of achieving their career goals and balance between, school, work, and family.
Typical counseling services for staff may include discussions around:
- Setting career goals
- Determining next steps for a position or career change
- Resume/cover letter/application review
- Work/life balance issues
- Exploring professional development opportunities
- Assistance navigating the University experience
- Negotiation strategies
Stop in at CEW+ or call 734-764-6360 to schedule an appointment.
Through a variety of initiatives, task forces, groups, and organizations, we lift up and make space for diverse voices.
Women of Color Task ForceFounded in 1979, WCTF provides professional development, networking, and training opportunities for U-M employees, with a focus on addressing the needs of women of color staff.
Twink Frey Visiting Social Activist ProgramThis program was created to bring social activists who work on gender equity issues to CEW+. Each visit is intended to give the selected activist time for reflection, research, and/or planning related to their area of activism.
CEW+ ResearchCEW+’s publications include research reports policy and advocacy papers, and resources for department chairs. The work of CEW+ researchers is supplemented by the research publications of our Visiting Scholars. All publications listed are downloadable.
Events & Workshops
12:15 pm - 12:45 pm
CEW+, 330 E. Liberty, Ann Arbor, MI 48104
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm