Recruitment and Retention

Find resources to spread the word about AAUW membership and to make renewing an easy decision for your members.
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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 »

Campus Connections E-newsletter

This dual newsletter keeps our C/U relations chairs and C/U representatives informed about campus program updates as well as grant opportunities and deadlines. C/U reps also receive additional information about ways to make the most of their membership.

Print or e-mail?
E-mail
Frequency:
Quarterly
Who receives it?
State and branch college/university (C/U) relations chairs, and college/university representatives

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 »

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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.

Print or e-mail?
E-mail
Frequency:
Monthly
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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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 »

Share the “One AAUW” Video with Your Branch

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.

Video length: 00:16:03

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Prepare for the Upcoming Year with Board Member Transition Tools

Set next year’s board up for success by using AAUW’s board member transition tools. These how-to guides will help you reflect on the past year and strategically align your branch to have a successful year. 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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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 »

AAUW National Dues, Fees, and Tax Deductibility Flyer

AAUW national dues are $49.00, of which $46.00 is tax deductible by the individual member; $3.00 of that national dues payment is not tax deductible because it will be used […] Read more »

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