Member Leadership Programs
Strong, skilled member leaders make AAUW more powerful, locally and globally. That’s why AAUW is building a comprehensive set of tools and trainings that will help member leaders be better advocates in their AAUW roles and beyond.
Tools for AAUW Leaders
AAUW supports members by offering formal training and opportunities to help volunteers lead at the branch, state, and national levels. AAUW provides members with tools and resources to make them the best leaders they can be, offering everything from in-person workshops to online resources.
AAUW offers an online collection of resources for AAUW members so that you can stay on top of best practices and hone your personal leadership skills. These resources, called Leader Essentials, include everything you need to know to be effective and successful in your leadership role.
Are you interested in having AAUW staff or a member trainer offer a leadership training at your state or branch meeting? Let us know! We offer in-person trainings on topics including
- Leadership development and succession
- Designing effective meetings
- Running programs
- Building inclusive branches
Every two years, hundreds of leaders from across the country gather for the AAUW National Convention. There, members exchange ideas and take advantage of dozens of workshops on leadership development, research, and the latest topics in women’s issues. Mark your calendar for the 2017 AAUW National Convention, June 14–17 in Washington, D.C.
Professional Development for AAUW Members
AAUW also supports members in their roles outside of AAUW by offering training and opportunities that will help them in their careers.
AAUW’s Work Smart salary negotiation workshops are designed to empower women with the skills and confidence to successfully negotiate salary and benefits packages. AAUW members can attend a workshop, become trained salary negotiation facilitators for AAUW Work Smart or AAUW Start Smart, or become ambassadors to help recruit workshop host sites. Branches have the added opportunity of sponsoring workshops in their communities. For more information, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.