The 2019 AAUW Florida Leadership Conference will be held on Saturday April 6th and Sunday April 7th at the Ocala Holiday Inn Hotel and Conference Center.
The registration details and cost information will be available soon. The conference will begin late morning on Saturday April 6th and end at noon on Sunday April 7th. It is conveniently located off of I-95.
AAUW Florida’s new strategic plan!
The Florida Strategic Plan was created at a recent Florida state board meeting and is based on the AAUW Strategic Plan that was developed inclusive process involving the AAUW Board of Directors and staff. Click on the graphic above to enlarge it so it is easily readable.
Click on this link and down load the entire state calendar for the year: 2018-2019 AAUW Florida calendar. Please note that Lobby Days in Tallahassee will be March 12th and 13th. To be really successful we need lots of branches to be represented.
The Branch Leadership Support Training Conference Calls
WE WANT TO HELP YOU– Make plans to participate in our skills Training Calls for Branches! AAUW Florida is working hard to develop a communications plan to meet the unique needs of our local branches and prospective members.
AAUW has a wide range of resources to support your branch development efforts. We want to hear from you; want to know your needs and share some available resources to help your branch grow!
Branch Leadership series calls run September through April. Join us for the next leadership call that will be on October 27- Public Policy. The November call will be on Women’s Economic Security –
The conversations are led by various AAUW Florida Board Members and branch experts
Network and Connect with other branches to learn strategies and techniques that can help your branch and give leaders the confidence they need to take on new challenges. Read more
YOUNG WOMEN IN STEM IN FLORIDA- TECH TREK CAMP
At each Tech Trek camp the girls are immersed in a world that empowers and encourages them to think about themselves as future scientists, engineers, mathematicians, and computer specialists. They learn about the various STEM fields by attending core classes, work and Professional Women’s Night where they meet women who are currently working in various STEM careers. The girls also work in very small groups where they learn to build bridges, program robots to do specific tasks, write computer applications, etc.
Sue Slone, Tech Trek Florida Camp Director, announced that the dates and locations of 2019 camps will be available soon. The girls, their counselors, camp teachers and other camp personnel will reside in a college dorm and dine in a campus cafeteria. . This year 64 of the girls who were nominated by a science or math teacher, completed an application and were interviewed by a committee of AAUW members, attended the camp on the campuses of Palm Beach Stare College and Florida Atlantic University. For additional information visit the AAUW Florida Tech Trek website.