This isn’t the first time that a school has paid students to promote a left wing cause. I have yet to see a school pay students to promote anything that would be considered conservative.

Campus Reform reports:

University hiring students to promote abortion rights

The University of Maryland, Baltimore County Women’s Center is hiring students to develop educational programming on issues like “body image” and “reproductive justice,” a progressive euphemism for abortion rights.

The “Women’s Center Student Staff Position” will pay selected students at least $9.25 an hour to write blogs posts, serve as an ambassador of the Women’s Center at resource fairs, and conduct research that would help the Women’s Center better serve students.

Students’ primary task, however, would be to facilitate workshops on issues that impact “women and/or marginalized groups,” such as “reproductive health and justice; body image…[and] LGBTQ issues” according to the internship application.

Though hirees will also be involved in tasks such as greeting visitors, the job description ultimately frames the position as an excellent opportunity for those “interested in women’s, gender, and social justice issues” who want to “make campus-wide change.”

According to the Women’s Center website, students selected for the staff positions will be required to attend a two-hour training on May 12, followed by a full-day training in August.

As at other schools, the UMBC Women’s Center does offer a few tangible resources, but its mission statement notes that its work is ultimately in service of advancing “gender equity from an intersectional feminist perspective.”