AAUW, with its nationwide network of approximately 100,000 members, 1,000 branches, and 500 college and university partners, has been a leading advocate for equity and education for women and girls since 1881.
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Do you want to be part of a history-making event? Do you want to connect with other leaders? Do you want to meet Lilly Ledbetter of the Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act? Do you want to hear from leaders in the fields of pay equity, leadership, and more? Do you want to celebrate?
Then mark your calendar for the AAUW of Oregon and Washington Joint State Convention. The convention will be April 25-27, 2014, at the Embassy Suites Portland-Airport hotel. This convention will come with bells and whistles not regularly seen at state conventions. Connections with national AAUW leaders, with universities, with like-minded organizations, with counterparts in Washington, with AAUW Fellows and NCCWSL attendees, with panels and workshops lead by national leaders, and shopping at the AAUW Store – all will be part of this exciting 2014 bash!
Get ready to kick up your heels in Portland. Come listen to and talk with Lilly Ledbetter, Linda Hallman, AAUW Executive Director, Lisa Maatz, AAUW Vice President of Government Relations, and other leaders from National as well as state.
Innovation and inspiration will be the norm, and you will want to take part. All the details are in the Oregon News. Put the dates on your calendar and encourage your friends to do the same. Plan on attending so you can Connect, Collaborate, and Lead.
Forms you might need:
Convention Registration, Student Registration, Showcase & Auction Forms.
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AAUW of Oregon will award up to $1700 in scholarship funds to eligible student leaders who are currently enrolled in college full-time to attend this conference. All applications for this conference must be received by March 1, 2014. Click Here for Application
Membership is open to all graduates who hold an associate or equivalent, a baccalaureate, or higher degree from a college or university on the AAUW list of qualified institutions. Student affiliate memberships are also available for those currently enrolled in a qualified institution of higher learning.
About the Member Center
There are many pages on this Web site that are available for browsing and we hope that our visitors find them to be both enjoyable and informative (click navigation buttons above).
In addition, there is a second part to the site that is non-public. It is called the Member Center and that is where members of AAUW will find the forms, lists, and documents that are the basic tools for the smooth running of our organization. Back issues of the state newsletter are available also.
To log-in to the AAUW Oregon Member Center, follow the procedure outlined in the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) section of this website.