We appreciate readers’ willingness to share their stories to help us make the case for fair pay to elected officials and in the media. Read more »
AAUW Executive Director and CEO Linda D. Hallman was highlighted in the U.K.-based research journal International Innovation. Read more »
Member Engagement and Half-Year Dues Happy holidays, everyone! Since 1881, we’ve worked together as a national grassroots organization to improve the lives of millions of women through our research, campus […] Read more »
Issue forums, town halls, and tele-town halls are ways to gather people in your community and educate them about a specific issue. The basic steps for each event are the same, but you can customize the event depending on your audience and community. Read more »
Working with the media is a great way to draw attention to AAUW priority issues and events you are planning. Read more »
Looking for a great way to “mix” with potential members in a fun and casual setting where you can discuss women’s issues? Use a Cocktails and Convos event to show how relevant AAUW is today — all while raising the profile of your branch in a low-pressure setting. Read more »
October has been a bear for America, with a government shutdown and debt ceiling debate. Did you know that the U.S. government has shut down 17 times — and that […] Read more »
You throw like a girl … and that’s a bad thing? No girl or woman who plays basketball or any other sport should be marginalized for being a woman. This powerful 31 second PSA can be played at any Title IX event where AAUW is represented.
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A petition is what we call an “easy lift” — with just a little bit of effort, you can generate attention and momentum around an issue, grow your list of advocates, and pressure lawmakers to act. Plus, a petition helps you raise your state’s or branch’s visibility and potentially gain new members! Read more »
AAUW’s Tech Trek camp for girls is taking the nation by storm. Want to show your community just how “hands on” our science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) programming is? Count on this action packed video to show that what happens at Tech Trek definitely does NOT stay at Tech Trek.
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