Oregon has twenty four branches including the AAUW Oregon Online branch. There is also one satellite branch connected to the Baker branch, Ontario. This Fall we welcome our newest Branch – Yamhill County!
The branches are listed alphabetically below. Some have their own Web sites and others are represented by a single summary page, which provides contact names and numbers. Click on the branch name to visit the Web site or read a summary of branch information.
Each group has pinpointed for action diverse issues impacting women and girls: homelessness, women’s health care, technology education for girls, gender equity for women in employment, and others.
Do you want to join your local branch? If so, follow the link below to apply:
To Our Visitors:
Please be aware that when you click on any of the colored links below, you will be taken away from this Web site to a branch Web site. We encourage you to explore those sites. They are well worth the trip. When you are ready to return to this area, use the “Back” button in your browser or bookmark our site before you leave so that you can easily return to it. Thank you for visiting AAUW online sites in Oregon!
Coming soon – website for our newest branch – Yamhill County!
To Branch Web Page Managers or Presidents:
It is the responsibility of each branch, that does not have its own independent web site, to send necessary data changes to the state webmaster to keep the branch summary page updated. It is especially important to keep contact information current. Look over your current branch summary page. If changes are needed, please submit that information on our “quick and easy” questionnaire-style form by clicking the link below:
If your branch has not yet submitted information for a summary-style web page, please do so now using the questionnaire below. The form will automatically be sent to our webmaster via e-mail.
Note: Neither of these forms will be needed if your branch maintains a separate web site.
If your branch wants to develop an independent multi-paged web site of its own and your branch has a fairly computer literate member-volunteer to serve as your web manager, then have her take a look at the easy-to-follow directions for creating a free web site at http://site-resources.aauw.org or select a web hosting company of your choice. Let us know when the web site is finished and we will post a link to it from this page and see to it that the national web site does so also.