Leadership Development

Use these resources to supplement projects to develop leadership skills among women.

Apply for a 2015–16 AAUW Campus Action Project Grant

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 »

  |   ,   |   August 03, 2015
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Apply to Host a 2016 Elect Her Training

Elect Her–Campus Women Win, a collaboration between AAUW and Running Start, encourages and trains college women to run for and win student government positions on their campuses. The 4.5-hour training covers skills such as how to mobilize a constituency, craft a message, speak confidently, and present oneself as a candidate. There is no cost to the college or university for the training. Read more »

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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 »

AAUW National Election

The 2015 election was a great success, with 12 percent of our members voting! Get the results of the 2015 AAUW National Election. Read more »

  |   ,   |   July 10, 2015

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National, State, and Branch Leadership Positions

Leadership positions exist for AAUW at the national, state, and branch level. Other than specific administrative and financial responsibilities to AAUW, state and branch leadership positions are flexible according to your organization’s resources and interests. Read more »

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Members! Here’s How You Can Get Involved with Campus Leadership Programs

AAUW’s national campus leadership programs are great tools to help you connect to local students, and now is the time to start getting involved! Read more »

  |   , ,   |   June 26, 2015
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How to Create a Strategic Plan for Your Branch

Developing a strategic plan is one of the key ways you can rejuvenate your branch’s focus on AAUW’s mission and engage your members with your branch and its activities. Download the strategic planning meeting facilitator’s agenda and participant guide and read the tips below to ensure sure your strategic planning process is a success.
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Lead On E-newsletter

Lead On is focused on helping members grow and lead successful AAUW branches, states, and national committees. It includes links to leadership resources and programs, opportunities to participate in webinars and conference calls, and ways to take action on specific topics like Equal Pay Day.

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Current AAUW branch and state board members, AAUW national committee and board members, Younger Women’s Task Force leaders, Tech Trek and Tech Savvy chairs, and subscribers
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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.

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Branch and state membership vice presidents (MVPs), presidents, finance offices when pertinent; Leadership Corps; Membership Committee; board members

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