At Elect Her, you learned about the importance of running for office and practiced your campaign skills. You met new role models and connected with student leaders from across campus. But what’s next? Read more »
Leaders aren’t born; they’re made. Watch today’s women of distinction inspire tomorrow’s women leaders at the National Conference for College Women Student Leaders (NCCWSL), America’s premier college women’s leadership conference. This video contains highlights from the always-inspiring Women of Distinction ceremony.
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2015 is going to be another amazing year of campaign training for college women. Check out our list of upcoming sites. Read more »
AAUW and Running Start are seeking experienced, energetic women to become facilitators of Elect Her, the only national program that encourages and trains college women to run for student government and future political office. Facilitators preside over the daylong workshops and lead participants through discussions and exercises. Read more »
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Use these resources to raise awareness about campus sexual assault so that everyone can help make campuses safe for all students. Read more »
Share these postcards at your recruitment events to show college students the unique leadership and advocacy opportunities that are available through AAUW. Read more »
The AAUW college/university partner membership brochure outlines services and programs AAUW offers to empower women on campus. Read more »
AAUW has so much to offer the women — upwards of 4 million — who are relying on community colleges for higher education and workforce preparation. Learn how to effectively engage students and campus professionals at these institutions. Read more »
The 2015–16 AAUW Campus Action Project (CAP) grants give students the opportunity to take action in their communities and to target some of the barriers faced by women and girls in engineering and computer fields specifically, where women are particularly underrepresented. Read more »