American Association of University Women advances equity for women and girls through advocacy, education and research.
The Albany Branch was chartered on December 10, 1932, and has been continuously active since then. We currently have 36 members with the majority from Albany and several from surrounding areas. If you’re interested in joining our branch, please contact Membership Chair Sue Stein.
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Programs cover a variety of topics related to AAUW’s mission of empowering women and girls. Our monthly meetings are often on Saturday or a weekday evening. Guests are always welcome.
Our College/University Partner is Linn-Benton Community College. We often sponsor tables at campus events to let students know what AAUW can offer them. We also fund scholarships and contribute non-perishable food items to LBCC’s food pantry for students facing food insecurity.
We co-sponsor community forums with the League of Women Voters on candidates or state ballot measures. We lobby the Oregon state legislature in Salem in January or February on issues related to our AAUW mission.
• STEM Committee
This group works with our branch budget to provide young women with opportunities to build careers in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math. We have helped fund workforce training, an engineering program, a robotics team, an OSU program for girls and a Maker’s Club at the Albany Library.
• Book Club
Members read a different book each month and meet the first Thursday of the month for lively discussions.
• Great Discussions
Members research a selected current international or domestic issue and discuss once a month.
• Lunch About Town
This no-host lunch group meets at a different area restaurant on the last Wednesday of the month.
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We’d love to have you join us!
Contact Membership Chair Sue Stein. She will be happy to answer any questions. If you have an Associates Degree or higher, you are eligible to join.