The Men's Project

The Men’s Project is a dynamic university internship program which engages college male culture to improve the experiences of University of Arizona students. Undergraduate student interns participate in small-group discussions and oversee a variety of programs that challenge notions of masculinity and male identity.  Through educational outreach in the form of discussion groups, workshops, and on-campus events, The Men’s Project empowers students to openly discuss the issues that are most important to college men today. As an organization, The Men’s Project centers around three core principles: Explore, Educate, and Equity.  Each principle addresses gender identity at individual, interpersonal, and systemic levels respectively to encourage a better understanding of one’s own experiences and provide skills to foster a healthy culture of masculinity on campus.

The Men’s Project is hosted by and funded through the Women’s Resource Center (WRC) and the Student Services Fee. 

Fall 2015 applications now available!
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