Pledging will make your registration process a breeze. Once registration opens, you’ll get an e-mail reminder with all the details you’ll need. You may also win a free registration!
Get-Out-the-vote (GOTV) is ramping up with less than three months to the election. Register for It’s my Vote to learn how to register, educate, and turn out voters at the polls and to help make a difference this Election Day!
Use the AAUW’s handy guides to craft successful social media campaigns that get women registered to vote and ready for the polls in November!
With a well-crafted tweet or Facebook post, you can raise awareness about AAUW issues and spotlight your get-out-the-vote efforts.
Get Involved with AAUW’s national campus leadership programs.
The Paycheck Fairness Act will help secure equal pay for equal work for all Americans. But until that happens, each state will continue operating under antiquated regulations and piecemeal state and local laws to combat unequal pay. While some states do have stronger laws than other states, AAUW members will keep working to make the whole country a better place for women to live and work.
Do you know any person, project, organization or who have made remarkable contributions to equality for women and girls. You can also nominate yourself or an organization for which you serve as an officer.
AAUW state/branch programs are not eligible for this award.
Deadline: November 15, 2016.
Advancing equity for all women and girls through advocacy, education and research
In principle and practice AAUW values and seeks diverse membership. There shall be no barriers to full participation in this organization on the basis of gender, race, creed, age, sexual orientation, national origin, disability or class.
ESGV Branch holds five general meetings each year, in September, November, January, March and May. The executive board meets on the second Monday of each month.
In addition to general meetings, members enjoy attending sections devoted to the following interests: bridge, book discussions, Bunco, foreign policy, gourmet cooking and dining, movie going, needlework, and play reading. Most sections meet once each month. Members suggest new sections as interests develop.
First- and second- year members are considered New Members and are invited to two or more get-acquainted meetings each year