We have much more work to do. And no other organization is better positioned than AAUW to pave the way for the next level of women’s achievement.
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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.
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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 »
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 »
AAUW’s program assessment tool will help you make sure you hold programming that engages your members, builds your branch, and is mission based. Read more »
In this tool kit, you’ll find resources on how to form, budget, and fundraise for your student organization. You’ll also find programming and recruiting tips to make your student organization […] Read more »
Standardizing your AAUW print and online materials makes you look more professional, establishes consistency, and helps with search engine optimization! Read more »
Set your student org up for success by using and sharing these helpful tips to advance your recruitment skills. Read more »
Recruiting doesn’t have to be uncomfortable. This resource will show you how to focus on getting to know the person and what she wants so that you can invite her to participate in a way that is meaningful to her. Read more »
If you’re reading this, your branch is probably a rock star at connecting with local campuses. You’ve already recruited a new college/university (C/U) partner member. You’ve taken steps to engage your local college or university. Read more »