Community Outreach

Use these resources to make connections and develop relationships with your local community, including with newspapers, businesses, schools, and residents.
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Apply for a Campus Action Project Grant

Do you care deeply about women’s issues? Do you want to make a difference in the lives of women and girls? Then you’ve come to the right place! We know firsthand how student projects can change a community for the better (after all, our organization was started by recent college graduates). That’s why we provide students with funding and support to make good things happen. Read more »

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Deliver New Title IX Resources to Your Local Schools

The U.S. Department of Education has just released new resources to help coordinators understand the full scope of their jobs. But not all Title IX coordinators know about these tools, so it’s critical that AAUW members help spread the word. Read more »

Sign Up for Daily Updates from AAUW Today

AAUW Today sends you a daily e-mail wrapping up what we’re talking about on our website. We collect stories of women fighting the pay gap, leading in their communities, taking on stereotypes, breaking into male-dominated spheres, and much more. Plus we’ll include opportunities to take action, so you’ll have everything you need to help give all women and girls a fair chance.

Print or e-mail?
E-mail
Frequency:
Daily
Who receives it?
Subscribers
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  |     |   May 29, 2015

Membership Matters E-newsletter

Membership Matters is a resource for recruitment and retention efforts, news on AAUW membership events and campaigns, reminders of upcoming deadlines, branch success stories and tips, and other vital information for active AAUW members.

Print or e-mail?
E-mail
Frequency:
Monthly
Who receives it?
Branch and state membership vice presidents (MVPs), presidents, finance offices when pertinent; Leadership Corps; Membership Committee; board members

If you are not receiving this newsletter and believe you should be, please e-mail connect@aauw.org with the name of the newsletter and your name, AAUW member ID or zip code, and preferred e-mail address to subscribe. Read more »

Apply for the AAUW Student Advisory Council

The 2015–16 application period for National Student Advisory Council (SAC) will officially open August 3, but interested college students can start preparing to apply for the next cycle today! Read more »

Solving the Equation Videos: Lead Your Own Discussion

The report and its corresponding videos offer the perfect mission-based topic for a branch meeting or an opportunity to reach out and engage with the community, raising awareness and recruiting new members as you do so.

Video length: Two videos included.

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Planning Accessible Events

This step-by-step guide will help you select an accessible space, solicit and respond to requests for accommodations, and support attendees. With this resource, it’s easy to make sure your events are accessible to everyone! Read more »

Solving the Equation

PowerPoint Presentation: Solving the Equation: The Variables for Women’s Success in Engineering and Computing

Use this presentation to share the findings from AAUW’s latest research report Solving the Equation, The Variables for Women’s Success in Engineering and Computer at meetings, conferences, and other events. This presentation will feature the latest data on engineering and computing, how few women are working in these fields, and what can be done. Read more »

Download the Quick Facts from Solving the Equation

This colorful, accessible fact sheet makes it easy to share some of the key themes of the Solving the Equation: The Variables for Women’s Success in Engineering and Computing report and spark discussion in your community. Read more »

Equal Pay Day 2015

Take Your Equal Pay Day to the Next Level

Equal Pay Day — the annual day in April that symbolizes how long it takes for women’s earnings to catch up to men’s earnings from the previous year — is a powerful opportunity to organize action in our communities. Read more »