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Ways to get involved with AAUW

Are you an activist? Do you volunteer? There are many ways to get involved and support AAUW’s mission – advancing equity for women and girls through advocacy, education, philanthropy, and research.

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Get the Facts

Read, discuss, and share our latest findings on women and student loan debt.

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Make a Donation

Make a difference in the lives of women and girls. Give today.

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Become a Two Minute Activist

Take Action Online

Make your voice heard in Congress! Become an AAUW Two-Minute Activist.

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Tell Your School to Join Our Community

Help students and faculty support women by encouraging your school to become a college/university partner member.

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Join a Student Organization

Create an on-campus community that fights for women.

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AAUW collaborated with Loose Films to create a video that depicts young women who have internalized the sexism they face on a daily basis.

Share the Issues on Facebook

Each time you post for change, we chip away at the barriers standing in the way of women and girls.

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A closeup of a woman basketball player laying on the court with a basketball in front of a group of middle school girls holding a sign that says We Love Title IX.

Host an Event

Use one of our step-by-step guides for events to tackle women’s issues in your community.

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Join our National Community

All across the country our members work to empower women. Join the movement by becoming a national member.

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Renew AAUW Membership

Connect with an AAUW Branch Near You

AAUW branches across the country host local events to empower women and girls. Find one in your area.

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Collaborate with Us

Corporate collaborations help make our programs available to girls across the country.