College/University Relations Manager
Work by Paige Robnett
Share these postcards at your recruitment events to show college students the unique leadership and advocacy opportunities that are available through AAUW. Read more »
AAUW has so much to offer the women — upwards of 4 million — who are relying on community colleges for higher education and workforce preparation. Learn how to effectively engage students and campus professionals at these institutions. Read more »
As a student Associate of AAUW, you join a lifelong community of leaders who are working to educate and empower women and girls. AAUW Campus Leadership Programs help you build your résumé, develop leadership skills, take action on issues you care about, and connect with other women leaders across the globe. Read more »
This newsletter keeps AAUW state and branch college/university (C/U) relations chairs, C/U representatives, and student affiliates informed about relevant campus engagement opportunities, including campus leadership programs, grant deadlines, research updates, and public policy initiatives.
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State and branch C/U relations chairs, C/U representatives, and student affiliates
If you are not receiving this newsletter and believe you should be, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.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 »
Driver Peggy Young sued UPS after the company rejected her request for light-duty work during her pregnancy. The Supreme Court will make a decision on the case this term. Read more »
Holding a graduation ceremony or program is a thoughtful way to welcome the next generation of AAUW members and leaders! Use this guide to help plan your branch or YWTF program in conjunction with your local colleges and universities (C/Us). Read more »
Map your AAUW student organization’s road to success with a budget that is both effective and efficient! This guide will show you how to make a budget and find funding for your AAUW projects. Read more »
As an adviser to an AAUW student organization, you play a critical part. You guide students in leadership roles and assist in the student organization’s day-to-day operations. Read more »
Want to bring mentoring up at your next meeting or in a conversation? Here are some resources and sample questions to help guide your discussions, from being a good mentee to finding mentor-themed programs. Read more »
As the AAUW community continues to grow on campuses all over the country, members should consider forming student advisory councils in their states. Similar in structure to the National Student Advisory Council, state advisory councils have a greater focus on local AAUW activity. Read more »