- Belong to a community that breaks
- through educational and economic
- barriers so that all women have a
- fair chance.
For more information about the branch and how to join, contact:
Mitsy Dunlap at mitsydunlap@gmail
What We Do . . .
AAUW promotes education and equity for all women. Membership is open to any graduate holding an associate or higher degree from an accredited educational institution.
Beaverton area branch has 32 members. We hold monthly branch meetings that focus on:
- INTERNATIONAL /LEGISLATIVE TOPICS
- STUDY/INTEREST GROUPS
What We Do . . .
Branch’s Legislative Achievements
Our branch had a critical role in establishing a county-wide library system including books-by-mail, getting the state-wide kindergarten bill passed, and getting the Inheritance Tax Bill passed granting equity to unemployed wives. We now work with coalition members on women’s issues in the state legislature to pass bills of common interest.
Annually, we support National’s AAUW scholarship programs . In conjunction with other branches we plan to send a student to the National Conference for College Women Student Leaders (NCCWSL) held in Washington, DC. in 2013.
Why Join Us . . .
Join like-minded members for fun and friendship. Get involved through interest groups, special events, community activities, program meetings, AAUW of Oregon conventions, and National AAUW conventions.
These activities keep our members interested and active.
Membership in AAUW of Oregon and AAUW National Support:
AAUW takes action on the issues that matter.
Equity is the legal right of all women and girls. AAUW frames and fosters factual, in-depth, objective dialogue among legislators and change makers that results in political, institutional and legal support for women’s equity in all areas of life and work. Our strength is in our numbers, and through the volume of our collective voice, we will continue to break through barriers for women and girls.
Build your résumé and skills set by serving in leadership positions for the local branch, state and national AAUW organizations.
Apply for AAUW graduate fellowships and scholarships.
AAUW educates the next generation of scholars, researchers, scientists and professionals. For more than 130 years, AAUW has funded graduate education for thousands of women.
Usually First Thursday at 7:00 pm
Beaverton Community Center
12350 SW 5th Street
Beaverton, Oregon 97005
Join Our Interest Groups
- Book Group
Meets once a month to discuss a book
- Great Decisions
Meets weekly January-March
Read and discuss international topics
- Ethnic Dinner
Meets monthly Saturday evenings to
experience food from different cultures
- Women and Wellness
Meets monthly to support and learn about health issues
- Off the Beaten Path
Meets monthly to explore the Portland
- New Member Happy Hour
Socializes monthly at Café Murrayhill
Connect with us on the Beaverton Branch Facebook page and group:
Follow the link below to complete the membership form: