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To explain AAUW’s history to prospective members, gather information from the AAUW Online Museum. Become familiar with all the benefits and discounts available to all AAUW members by visiting the Membership Section at www.aauw.org and clicking on Benefits to AAUW Members on the left hand menu.
If you are interested in recruiting a college or university partner for your branch and AAUW investigate the College/University Partner page listed on the left hand menu of the Membership page.
There are Programs in a Box on Forming an AAUW Student Organization, Campus Sexual Assault and Smart Start. One way to locate these is to enter Program in a Box in the search block on the upper right hand side of an AAUW page.
Congratulations are in order for Florida’s Student Advisory Council because they have been selected by AAUW to participate in a pilot program for the Mentor Cloud. If you’d like to know more about this program please visit www.mentorcloud.com.
The Annual National Conference for College Women Student Leaders will be held on May 28, 2017 – June 3, 2017. It will be held on the campus of the University of Maryland in College Park. To learn more about the conference go to http://www.nccwsl.org/. For information about any aspects of the College/University program contact Susan Cornehl, AAUW Florida College/University Chair.
If the bi-monthly Mission & Action e-News wasn’t in your email you can read the most recent issue and older issues in the AAUW site under Resources and Newsletters. If doesn’t come to your mail box your spam to see if it is there.