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Resources

Raise Money and Help Students with The Princeton Review

Use AAUW’s collaboration with the Princeton Review to provide free workshops and practice exams to women who wish to attend college or graduate school. Read more »

Know the Score: Investigate Title IX Compliance in High School Athletics

Use this Program in a Box to help high schools reach Title IX compliance in athletics and avoid the potential for expensive litigation. Read more »

AAUW Fayetteville (AR) Branch members join friends and guests for their inaugural first Cocktails and Convos happy hour in June 2011.

Cocktails and Convos Program in a Box

Hosting a Cocktails and Convos (convo is short for conversation) event is a great way to draw in the community in a casual setting where members and nonmembers alike can come together to discuss women’s issues. Use this Program in a Box to market your branch to your community and potential members in a low-pressure setting. Read more »

A panel sits on stage in front of a backdrop of The Invisible War cover.

Engage Your Community — Screen a Movie!

Screening a film like The Invisible War, Miss Representation, or Granny’s Got Game is an outstanding way to engage your community in a conversation about women’s issues. Showing a movie is also an excellent recruitment opportunity, because people get to learn about what you do and how important AAUW’s work is. Read more »

daughter STEM conference

teentech™ Program in a Box

Use this daylong event to inspire middle and high school girls to pursue science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) careers, where women are still greatly underrepresented. Read more »

Re: Action Events Program in a Box

Re: Action events are moderated discussions of hot, current topics that affect women. Use this Program in a Box to gather a panel of local experts to start a conversation among various demographic groups in your community. This is a great way to respond to late-breaking news. Read more »

Growing Membership: A Recruitment Tip Sheet

Getting ready to recruit new members to your branch? We can help! Here are some tips and methods to guide you. Read more »

Online/Virtual Branch Guide

This online guide was developed by AAUW leaders in online/virtual branches for other AAUW members considering starting an online/virtual branch.  If you are starting an online/virtual branch please contact the […] Read more »