AAUW — Funding Women’s History
Read about the history of AAUW as it relates to women’s pursuit of higher education, beginning after the Civil War and continuing today with a total of $115 million in fellowships and grants to more than 13,000 scholars in the United States, its territories and 150 countries. In the 2020-21 academic year alone, AAUW awarded $3.9 million.
SAVE THE DATE!
The AAUW North Carolina board has arranged for the Sister of Mine; Hear the Voices presentation (yes, the one we were going to have at the conference and at the Governor’s mansion) to be done on Zoom on August 25, 2020 (Tuesday) at 8:00 p.m. Plan for about an hour which will include time for questions. There is a 7 minute trailer on the AAUWNC.org website. You will see a picture of the ladies who are a part of the presentation. This is a must see event!
- The purpose of AAUW is to advance equity for women and girls through advocacy, education and research.
- The national AAUW has 100,000 members nationwide with more than 1,000 branches that lobby for education and equity for women.
- AAUW leads the fight for fair pay and economic opportunity, removing the barriers and biases that stand in the way of gender equity.
Our Branch Offers
- Stimulating monthly meetings on topics that help advance AAUW’s mission.
- Smaller interest groups meet regularly to expand your social and educational pursuits.
- Annual college scholarships to deserving women students at Blue Ridge Community College funded through the Community Foundation and BRCC Education Foundation