Work by AAUW National
Did you recently host an advocacy event or complete an advocacy activity? Let us know so that we can spotlight all of your amazing work! Read more »
This document contains the AAUW Action Fund’s charter, as well as the rules and regulations for managing the Action Fund and conducting its affairs. Read more »
The Nominating Committee is responsible for developing a slate of qualified candidates to run for elective positions on the 2015–17 AAUW Board of Directors. All applications must be received by December 14, 2015. Read more »
The AAUW Contribution Report Form (CRF) is a document for branch and state leaders including Funds Chairs, Finance Chairs, Treasurers, and Presidents, to record and submit gifts. Read more »
Downloadable forms for states and branches are available to help you report information to the national office or log into the Member Services Database to submit information online. Read more »
The AAUW college/university partner membership brochure outlines services and programs AAUW offers to empower women on campus. Read more »
Leadership positions exist for AAUW at the national, state, and branch level. Other than specific administrative and financial responsibilities to AAUW, state and branch leadership positions are flexible according to your organization’s resources and interests. Read more »
Even the highest-paid women on the U.S. national team are paid millions — yes, millions — less than some of their male counterparts. Read more »
The Public Policy Program underscores AAUW’s mission of advancing equity for women and girls through advocacy, education, philanthropy, and research and speaks to women’s needs, aspirations, and concerns across the life span. Read more »
AAUW’s Trailblazers is a quarterly resource for young women of post-college age, including Younger Women’s Task Force (YWTF) members. It delivers information on issues young activist women care about, shares upcoming AAUW events, highlights women around the country who are making a difference, and provides engagement opportunities.
Print or e-mail?
Who receives it?
Younger Women’s Task Force members and AAUW supporters in the YWTF demographic.