AAUW offers educational funding to promising women each year in seven categories of fellowships and grants. Learn more about the opportunities and deadlines.
Since the the passage of Title IX in 1972, opportunities for both female and male students to participate in athletics have increased dramatically. But more needs to be done. Knowing…
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Unlike the majority of developed countries worldwide, the United States does not guarantee paid annual leave, paid time off for illness or family care or paid parental leave.
AAUW's International Fellowships are awarded for full-time study or research in the United States to women who are not U.S. citizens or permanent residents.
AAUW supports the civil rights of all individuals and opposes all forms of discrimination, including discrimination based on gender identity and sexual orientation.
Working with the media provides a rewarding and cost-effective tool for promoting AAUW’s policy priorities and events.
The AAUW Women of Distinction program pays tribute to women leaders who have made extraordinary accomplishments in their professions or their communities.
Legal Advocacy Fund Clinic Campus Outreach Grants are available to law school clinical programs in California and New York that address legal claims regarding gender equity, particularly in the education…
AAUW offers several initiatives intended to engage, support and recognize their members.