Since 1909 in Virginia
AAUW of Virginia furthers the AAUW mission and programs in Virginia, and promotes, encourages, and coordinates the work of branches throughout the state.Since 1881, AAUW has been one of the nation’s leading voices promoting education and equity for women and girls. AAUW of Virginia programs include educational outreach, community service, public policy advocacy, and elimination of barriers to women and girls.
Sara Anderson, president of AAUW of Woodbridge (VA) Branch, was denied head-of-household pay when she began her teaching career two years before the Equal Pay Act became law in 1963. Read her story here. Learn more about the pay gap and AAUW’s fight for fair pay.
The summer 2013 newsletter is online.
AAUW of Virginia Program in a Box includes all the resources your branch needs to present an AAUW orientation at a branch program or a new AAUW members’ meeting. Enhance your members’ knowledge and pride in AAUW through an orientation to the overall picture of AAUW beyond the branch, including its inspiring national and state history, information on the organization structure, and current national and state activities.
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New Virginia Branch Blog
Check out the Virginia branch blog and then add your own branch’s post. Go to the menu under “Branches” and click on “Posts from Virginia Branches.” Read the post about the Fairfax County Women’s History Month proclamation ceremony. Then follow the directions and post about your branch’s events, fundraisers, and programs. Contact the webmaster if you need help.
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