June Anderson Center for Women Programs
The June Anderson Center partners with the Legal Aid Society of Middle Tennessee and the Cumberlands for their Free Legal Help Clinics. Please find more information at https://las.org/find-help/free-legal-help-clinics/
Women’s Empowerment Series
Women face many roles in their lives, and each role brings with it many responsibilities. As students, friends, mothers, daughters, sisters, girlfriends, spouses, and employees, women can all too quickly find themselves overwhelmed and see their physical health suffer as a result. In this session, participants will consider the overlap of physical and psychological well-being and discuss how building assertiveness, self-confidence, and stress management skills can add quality and years to their lives. Don't just survive your time in college-- learn to thrive in this exciting environment!
Start-Smart the Power of Negotiation
This program is designed to teach college women entering the job market how to have the confidence, knowledge, and skills to negotiate their salaries and benefits.
Domestic Violence Awareness Month
Each October the June Anderson Center plans events to educate and promote awareness of domestic violence to the MTSU community.
National Women's History Month
MTSU's National Women's History Month programming in march recognizes, promotes, and celebrates women's contributions and causes by providing education and entertainment from a female perspective that emphasizes tranformation to achieve social justice and women's empowerment.
Sexual Assault Awareness Month
A variety of events are planned each April to educate and promote awareness of sexual assault to the MTSU community.
Walk a Mile in Their Shoes
This is the international men's march to stop rape, sexual assault and gender violence, held annual in April. Please watch for more information for Spring 2022.
Pay Equity Awareness Week
In collaboration with the local chapter of the American Association of University Women (AAUW), the June Anderson Center promotes awareness of the inequity of pay for men and women in the United States performing the same jobs.