Programming

Use these resources to develop and supplement local programs and events. For more information about AAUW mission-based programs, read our FAQ.

Leader Essentials: A Collection of Resources for AAUW Officers

Leader Essentials (formerly the Starter Kit) contains resources to help AAUW branch and state volunteer leaders accomplish their programming, fundraising, recruitment and retention, and organizing goals. Read more »

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5 Leader Essentials about Fellowships and Grants

There are many opportunities for your branch to work with fellowships and grants recipients to develop your organization’s programs, help women create strong networks, and support AAUW’s work. Here are five important things to keep in mind when planning for the 2014–15 year. Read more »

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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 »

Tech Savvy Application

Apply by September 18, 2015, to bring the science and technology conference to girls near you. 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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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 »

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8 Ways to Connect Your Branch with NCCWSL Students

There are many ways in which you can build college women’s leadership skills and make connections with NCCWSL participants and their colleges and universities. Here are some ideas. Read more »

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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Who receives it?
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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