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Members Mobilize a Million Social Media Tool

Ready to mobilize a million? Help AAUW train 10 million women in salary negotiations by 2022 and to help us achieve pay equity by 2030. The best way to expand your reach is through social media! Read more »

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Member Resources for Engagement with the Strategic Plan

AAUW affiliates and members play a critical role in achieving pay equity by 2030. Learn what you can do to support the Members Mobilize a Million Challenge. Read more »

How to Disband an AAUW Affiliate

Losing local connections to AAUW is unfortunate. However, in recognition that AAUW affiliates (defined as branches or YWTF chapters) sometimes contemplate dissolution, addressing the appropriate actions to dissolve is important. Here are the steps that must be taken to disband an AAUW affiliate. Read more »

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Membership Dues Update

The AAUW Board of Directors voted in June 2017 to enact the first dues change in almost a decade. Effective March 16, 2018, national dues will increase from $49 to $59. Read more »

State Policy Sex Trafficking Tool Kit

AAUW and the National Council of Jewish Women outline three key state policy priorities to identify and combat sex trafficking. Read more »

Membership Branch Management

Download forms for formation or disbandment of your AAUW affiliate organization. Read more »

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AAUW Affiliate Compliance Checklist

All AAUW affiliates (branches, states, Younger Women’s Task Force chapters, and the Collegiate Women’s Leadership Educators Alliance) must submit requested documentation to the national office in order to be recognized as an entity officially affiliated with AAUW. Read more »

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Directors and Officers Liability Insurance

Protect your leaders and organization from loss due to legal claims alleging errors, omissions, negligence and other “wrongful acts.” If your AAUW entity has not yet acquired this protection, it is advisable to consider Director and Officer (D & O) liability insurance. Read more »

2017 State Convention Visuals to Help You Tell AAUW’s Story

Missed your state convention this year? Stay up to date on how One AAUW continues to change the climate for women and girls. Read more »

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Bylaws Tool Kit

Make sure your branch is following AAUW’s policies and has up to date bylaws that enable you to carry out your work. Collaborate with your president or administrator to understand AAUW’s policies and review your own rules. Read more »