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Whether you’re on a tight budget or have no available budget at all, here are some resources to help you secure free and excellent speakers for your gatherings. Read more »
The report and its corresponding videos offer the perfect mission-based topic for a branch meeting or an opportunity to reach out and engage with the community, raising awareness and recruiting new members as you do so.
Video length: Two videos included.
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Use documentary films and ready-made tool kits to raise awareness about human trafficking, girls’ education, or other global feminist issues. Read more »
Use this Program in a Box to collaborate with schools and bring women’s history to life in local classrooms with the Women, Their Rights, and Nothing Less online learning module. The learning tool was built by the innovative Newseum in Washington, D.C., and includes materials from AAUW’s archives. Women, Their Rights, and Nothing Less investigates the suffragists’ pioneering use of First Amendment freedoms and connects women’s fight for the vote to contemporary issues. 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 »
Use this Program in a Box to hold a Speech Trek contest to offer high school girls an opportunity to develop their public speaking skills. Read more »
Have you thought about connecting with fellowship and grant recipients in your area? Recipients make great speakers at branch programs, and they’re often looking for ways to engage with AAUW locally. Read more »
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 »
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 »
How is AAUW perceived in your community? Use this step-by-step marketing guide to recruit new members, attract attendees to your events, and define your branch’s role in your community. Read more »