Body rEvolution Internship
Body rEvolution wants to overthrow and replace established societal norms about body image. We hope to engage and inspire students to think about our bodies in an entirely different way. Body image and eating disorders disproportionately affect college-age students. This peer education and outreach program is activism in action.
About the Internship
Body rEvolution is a student-led peer education and outreach internship facilitated by the Director of the University of Idaho Women’s Center. Each intern will be expected to complete an online application and a minimum 45 hours of engagement with the internship for 3 credits in WGSS 498 or SOC 498. Instructor permission is required to register for the course. Email Lysa Salsbury at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
About the Presentation
Body rEvolution is not your average eating disorder awareness presentation. This is an inspiring and introspective exploration of the way that historical and societal influences have contributed to our sense of self, and the negative consequences that have resulted. But the presentation doesn’t end there. We want to truly spark a revolution — a radical change in society and a complete, marked changed within ourselves.
This 45-minute presentation followed by Q&A is delivered by a cohort of students registered for the Body rEvolution internship. The presentation promises to engage new perspectives and educate about a critical issue on college campuses.
Schedule a Presentation
Bring Body rEvolution to your residence hall, sorority or fraternity chapter house, or class. Just contact 208-885-2777 or email@example.com to schedule a presentation. We hope you’ll want to join the rEvolution!