Title IX Student Interns

Greetings from the Title IX team of interns!

This year marks the third year that the UC Santa Cruz Title IX Office has student interns and the program is still growing. We are a team of undergraduate and graduate students from a variety of academic backgrounds.

The Title IX office is committed to fostering a campus climate in which members of our community are protected from all forms of sex discrimination. Having student interns provides the office peer-to-peer perspectives when creating and presenting training and workshops to students and campus partners.

Last year, our team welcomed over 3,500 incoming students through zoom webinars during the Undergraduate Student Orientation and Graduate Student Orientation. During the training, students learned about the reportable incidents, reporting options, campus resources and etc. 

Throughout the year, the interns work to promote and share relevant information through our social media and the Title IX website, in efforts to engage the UCSC  community and communication with our office. 

In addition, some interns lead the efforts to create workshops and activities to educate and empower the campus community in reducing SVSH related issues and to increase the awareness of affirmative consent.     

We encourage you to reach out with questions, interest in getting involved, and to provide feedback.


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Meet the Interns

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Undergraduate Interns


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Cameron Walsh

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Intensive Psychology


Helena Blankenhaus


Feminist Studies (major)

Political Science (minor)


Gia Nuccio

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Kylie Flanagan

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Sociology and Disability Studies Major



Check out the post about the first group of interns