Student Advisory Board
The Center's Student Advisory Board (SAB) is a group of highly qualified, committed students interested in human rights and humanitarian law. The SAB works closely with the Center and takes the lead in development of programming that reflects student interests and priorities.
The Center selects new SAB members every January; members are active through the spring, summer and fall semesters. Members meet weekly with the executive director and commit to at least 15 hours of work per month with the Center. All WCL students are encouraged to apply.
The SAB is predicated on a give-and-take philosophy. Members contribute their time and ideas over a calendar year, helping to organize programs and create new initiatives; in return, the Center provides them with special SAB-only skills development seminars. SAB members also receive special invitations to outside events, such as awards dinners and meetings with human rights advocates.