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Resources

How to Organize a Candidate Forum

Whether for a local, state, or federal election, a candidate event is a great way to engage your community around an upcoming election, to build support for the issues that matter to AAUW, and to learn more about the candidates running to represent you. Read more »

8 Ways to Connect Your Branch with NCCWSL Students

Students who attend NCCWSL return home ready to improve their campuses and their communities. Find out how your branch can build a relationship with them, hold more engaging and diverse programs, and grow your branch! Read more »

How to Organize an Issue Forum

Foster community dialogue on current events or issues of relevance to AAUW, such as equal pay, campus sexual assault, or a recent AAUW research report. Learn how to host a panel discussion town hall, or tele-town hall! Read more »

AAUW staff hold #AAUWdebates BINGO boards and encourage members and supporters to watch the third presidential debate and play along.

Program in a Box: How to Host a Watch Party

Watch parties are a fun and informal way to bring together branch members, coalition partners, students, and the public to engage on topics of interest to AAUW. In addition to providing entertainment and education, they’re also an effective recruitment or advocacy tool. Read more »

Make Outreach to Local Title IX Coordinators a Branch Program

The U.S. Department of Education provides resources to help coordinators understand the full scope of their jobs, but not all coordinators know about these tools. By making outreach to local K–12 schools, colleges, and universities a branch program, you can help spread the word about these valuable resources. Read more »

How to Design an Effective Planning Meeting

Engaging planning meetings can set your branch or state up for success, while ineffective meetings can leave you frustrated and directionless. So how do you make sure your meetings are fun and effective? Try the tips and tools below to lead your board to success. Read more »

Equal Pay Day is the perfect opportunity to organize action to close the gender pay gap. Each week until April 4 we'll share a new action idea for observing Equal Pay Day and provide more tips and tools for how you can help ensure that women are paid fairly.

How to “Celebrate” Equal Pay Day

Equal Pay Day is a powerful occasion to organize action around ending the gender pay gap. Make your equal pay day activities impactful. Follow this guide to draw attention to the gender pay gap and to call for legislative action and other solutions. Read more »

Start Your Own ¡Adelante! Book of the Month Club

Looking for ways to talk about solutions to sexual assault, girls’ education, or other feminist issues? Use this Program in a Box to start a meaningful dialogue on women, diversity, and change. Read more »

(Shareable image) Title IX is a game changer -- On the field (soccer ball), on campus (male and female college students walking), in the classroom (teacher calling on girl raising her hand).
February 3, 2016

Join Us: Title IX Coordinators Delivery Project Status Update

Hundreds of AAUW members have pledged to deliver new resources from the U.S. Department of Education to Title IX coordinators at schools in their area. Read more »

December 15, 2015

Diversity and Inclusion Webinar: Take a First Look at AAUW’s New Tool Kit

Interested in using the Diversity and Inclusion Tool Kit in your branch but not sure where to start? This webinar on December 15, will take a deeper dive into the brand-new tool kit and provide tips for starting the conversation about diversity and inclusion in your branch or state. Read more »