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All – Member Summer Leadership Retreat
By Marge Biggers, New Program V.P.
The 2014 All-Member Leadership Retreat will be held at Willamette University in Salem, Friday afternoon through Sunday noon, July 25-27. The focus will be on Leadership Training and Networking. This is the time and place to send your newer officers and members. Friday evening you will hear about the key elements that influence member motivation and commitment. Saturday, meet with your counterpart State Officers and hear about the nuts and bolts for serving on a Board, Saturday there will also be discussions on programs meeting the needs of Middle School, High School, and College students: Tech Trek Camp in Tillamook, STEM, $tart $mart and Elect Her. You will also hear from the two college students AAUW of Oregon sent to NCCWSL and the advisors to the AAUW Student Organizations at COCC and PSU. Invite your college – university representatives to this portion to hear about these important AAUW programs for college students. On Sunday there will be district meetings, a wonderful opportunity to meet other AAUW members within your own district. There will be a social gathering Friday and Saturday evenings after meetings, workshops and dinner. Bring your favorite snack to add to the delicious spread.
AND THERE IS A CONTEST. BE THE BRANCH TO WIN A PRIZE.
THE BRANCH SENDING THE MOST FIRST TIMERS WILL WIN A PRIZE.
Don’t miss this weekend of networking and fun. Download your registration form here.
Public Policy Impact Grant
We have finished our Impact Grant with Washington State. For the final report from the two states, download the document HERE. Thank you Marty Stevens for all you hard work on this.
Connect, Collaborate, Lead AAUW Bridging the Columbia
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.
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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.
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