The 2014–15 Campus Action Project team from the University of Dubuque hosted a "Melting Gender Roles, Stirring Up Awareness" event on their campus.

Choose Your Own Adventure: Apply for Campus Leadership Programs!

Every year, AAUW’s campus leadership programs are part of the journey for thousands of college women preparing to become the next generation of leaders. The adventure begins when applications open on August 3 for three of these AAUW programs: the National Student Advisory Council, Elect Her, and Campus Action Projects. Read more »

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These Campus Women Won!

In 2015, 76 percent of Elect Her participants who reported running for office on campus won their campaigns. Meet some of the winners! Read more »

Don McPherson, Lilly Ledbetter, Noorjahan Akbar, Marianne Schnall, and Kate Farrar at the convention panel

What Does It Take to Make a Woman Leader?

In a world where the qualities of leadership are most often defined by men, how do we encourage more women to dare to become leaders? Read more »

Blog   |   Leadership   |   June 22, 2015
Shannon Cholakian (center) with her fellow peer counselors at Tech Trek in 2010

More than STEM Skills: My Tech Trek Experience

Even though the camp was only a week long, my experience helped me establish life skills I use daily, empowered me to pursue leadership positions, and motivated me to follow my passions. Here is exactly what Tech Trek taught me. Read more »

Blog   |   Education   |   June 17, 2015
A poster of an Asian American student that says, “I am constantly evolving.”

This Is What Happens When Women of Color Redefine the Racism and Sexism They Face

Terrorist. Bad driver. Pretty for a dark-skinned girl. Asian fetish. Blackish. Ratchet. China doll. Illegal. With advocacy projects, these college women called out the racist and sexist labels students face on a daily basis. Read more »

Blog   |   Campus   |   3 Comments   |   June 16, 2015
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Financial Literacy Year-Round

By utilizing opportunities to become better at money management (and at getting more money), we enable ourselves to understand not only the pitfalls of being financially literate, but also the great value of it. Read more »

American Flag over US Capitol

Rally Your Branches to Vote and Win a Flag Flown Over the U.S. Capitol

The first 25 branches to have 75 percent or more of eligible voters cast votes in the national election will win a flag that has been flown over the U.S. Capitol. Read more »

Article   |   Community   |   April 13, 2015
Members of the Mooneen Lecce Giving Circle attended an AAUW luncheon in California.

Meet the Matchers of Your AAUW Gifts

This giving season, the Mooneen Lecce Giving Circle will graciously match all donations to AAUW, dollar for dollar. Find out why. Read more »

Article   |   Community   |   December 03, 2014
Allyson Carpenter being sworn in as the youngest elected official in Washington, D.C., history

Advice to Women Candidates from D.C.’s Youngest Elected Official

When Allyson Carpenter first stepped onto Howard University’s campus as a freshman, she was too scared to think of running for elected office. But she quickly became unhappy about certain […] Read more »

Article   |   Leadership   |   December 03, 2014
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The Antidote to Black Friday? Giving Tuesday

As the leaves begin to fall, the temperatures begin to tumble, and the days become shorter and shorter, the holiday season is launching into full swing. We have a day […] Read more »

Blog   |   Advocacy   |   1 Comments   |   November 18, 2014