Tool kits

Take the Lead with Legal Advocacy

You can play a crucial part in teaching young people, educators, and communities about their rights as workers and students. Take a look at these four steps to bring legal advocacy to your branch. Read more »

Students, faculty, and staff at the University of South Florida work on AAUW projects.

Campus Faculty and Staff Tool Kit

College/university faculty and staff members have access to a variety of roles and opportunities within AAUW. Use these resources to help further your engagement with AAUW and shine as a leader on your campus. Read more »

Eight girls stand by a rope climbing structure with a zoo enclosure in the background.

Resources for STEM Chairs

This guide will help you bring STEM opportunities to girls in your community. Read more »

AAUW members visited state capitols to urge their representatives to support paycheck fairness.

Resources for State and Branch Public Policy Chairs

Public policy chairs advocate for AAUW’s public policy priorities to policymakers; represent AAUW public policy priorities to AAUW members, the public, and the media; organize AAUW members to take action on policy priorities; and lead AAUW voter education and turnout campaigns in their state or branch. Through their leadership, public policy chairs ensure that we have national, state, and local public policies that empower women and girls. Here are a few Read more »

State and Branch College/University (C/U) Chairs Tool Kit

C/U chairs serve as local links between AAUW, the on-campus C/U representative, and student leaders. Check out our resources designed to support your work. Read more »

AAUW 2016 Highlights Fellowship and Grants Infographic

See AAUW’s 2016 Impact by the Numbers

Distribute printed copies at upcoming meetings, include a link in your next branch or state newsletter, or even add your state impact list to your website. Read more »

Woman holding up MVP ribbon. Resources for Membership Vice Presidents.

Resources for State and Branch Membership Officers

The role of membership vice president (MVP) is an extraordinary one. Designed with relationship building in mind, this position engages potential and current members and keeps a finger on the pulse of everything AAUW. Read on to learn more about the state and branch MVP position guidelines. Read more »

Ending Campus Sexual Assault Tool Kit

Use these resources to raise awareness about campus sexual assault so that everyone can help make campuses safe for all students. Read more »

Natalie Dawson, 2010–11 American Fellow

AAUW Fellowships and Grants Tool Kit

Learn how to become an ambassador for the fellowships and grants programs to attract diverse candidates. Read more »

A view of the Washington Monument from the Jefferson Memorial.

Your Every Question Answered: Advocacy How-to Guides

Find a complete set of resources to guide you in advocating for women and girls through a variety of tactics and actions. Read more »