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Bylaws Tool Kit

Make sure your branch is following AAUW’s policies and has up to date bylaws that enable you to carry out your work. Collaborate with your president or administrator to understand AAUW’s policies and review your own rules. Read more »

Resource   |   May 17, 2016

AAUW Branding Tool Kit

This tool kit has been prepared to assist members, branches, and states in presenting a consistent brand identity for AAUW. Use the following tools to support branch and state activities and communications efforts. Read more »

Resource   |   May 08, 2016

Communications Tool Kit for States and Branches

A strong brand and effective communication can help you recruit new members and raise your branch’s visibility in your community. Whether you are focused on marketing your branch in print, managing social media or your branch website, or working with the media, use these resources to help you do your work. Read more »

Resource   |   May 04, 2016

Charting the Course Campaign FAQ

General (To print this page, use the “Print” button near the top right.) TO EXPAND 1. What are the goals of the Charting the Course campaign? There are two goals […] Read more »

Resource   |   April 15, 2016

Apply for a 2016–17 Public Policy Impact Grant

Apply for a $1,000 impact grant by Friday, May 27, 2016, and join the campaign for equal pay. Read more »

Resource   |   April 14, 2016
AAUW members visited state capitols to urge their representatives to support paycheck fairness.

Resources for State and Branch Public Policy Chairs

Public policy chairs advocate for AAUW’s public policy priorities to policymakers; represent AAUW public policy priorities to AAUW members, the public, and the media; organize AAUW members to take action on policy priorities; and lead AAUW voter education and turnout campaigns in their state or branch. Through their leadership, public policy chairs ensure that we have national, state, and local public policies that empower women and girls. Here are a few Read more »

Resource   |   April 13, 2016
Bad for business: Women leaders make companies stronger and more profitable. Why are there still so few women executives? 63% white men, 24% white women, 2% black women, 1% Hispanic women, 1% Asian American women, less than 1% women of other racial and ethnic groups

She Should Be the Boss

Leadership equity is a positive change for everyone. Evidence shows that having more women in management and leadership positions leads to greater engagement in the workforce. It also correlates with healthy profits. Read more »

Blog   |   Leadership   |   April 04, 2016

International Travel Programs and Delegations

Travel with AAUW to Experience Our Global Community Firsthand Past Delegations Read more »

Resource   |   March 24, 2016

You Might Not Know These Remarkable Women, but You Should

In honor of Women’s History Month, we’re celebrating some remarkable women you might not know about but should. From the halls of Congress to the U.N. to movie theaters, these women are blazing trails and empowering women and girls everywhere. Read more »

Blog   |   Leadership   |   1 Comments   |   March 17, 2016