Position descriptions

AAUW Board Vice Chair Position Description

The AAUW Board Vice Chair participates in the development of AAUW’s strategic plan. Read more »

National, State, and Branch Leadership Positions

Leadership positions exist for AAUW at the national, state, and branch level. Other than specific administrative and financial responsibilities to AAUW, state and branch leadership positions are flexible according to your organization’s resources and interests. Read more »

AAUW Position Description: College/University Representatives at Member Institution

Responsibilities Respond to and initiate communications with AAUW at national state and branch levels. Disseminate information about faculty, staff, and student benefits related to your school’s membership to appropriate campus […] Read more »

Branch Membership Vice President (MVP) Position Description

Branch membership vice presidents (BR03) oversee efforts to recruit and sustain a diverse, active membership in an AAUW branch. Read more »

State STEM Chair Position Description

The science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) education chair serves on an AAUW branch or state board. The purpose of the role is to champion women’s representation in STEM by encouraging women and girls to pursue these educational and career fields. Read more »

Branch President/Administrator Position Description

The AAUW branch president/administrator conducts the business of AAUW in the branch and develops, implements, and oversees all AAUW activities in the branch and community. Read more »

Branch Program Vice President Position Description

The branch program vice president or officer assists branch officers through the development and implementation of programs and other projects that promote the mission of AAUW. Read more »

State Membership Vice President (MVP) Position Description

AAUW state membership vice presidents oversee efforts to recruit and sustain a diverse, active membership in the state. Read more »

Branch Public Policy Chair Position Description

Public policy chairs (BR06) advocate for AAUW’s public policy priorities to policy makers. Chairs represent AAUW’s public policy priorities to elected and appointed officials, AAUW members, the public, and the media. Public policy chairs also lead AAUW voter education and turnout campaigns for branches. Read more »

Branch College/University (C/U) Relations Chair Position Description

Branch college/university (C/U) relations chairs (BR11) communicates with local colleges and universities, recruits and retains AAUW college/university partner members in her or his community, and helps to increase AAUW’s visibility on local campuses. Read more »