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In spring 2019 AAUW members will be asked to vote on amendments to the Public Policy Priorities, in addition to electing members to the national Board of Directors. While no amendments to the AAUW bylaws have been proposed by Governance Committee of AAUW Board of Directors for the 2019 vote, all members have the right to propose their own amendments to the bylaws, propose resolutions, and to comment on or suggest changes to the Public Policy Priorities on this site.
|Every two years, AAUW members vote on revisions to our public policy priorities.
The Public Policy Priorities establishes our organization’s federal action priorities, as well as guidelines for state and local action. The AAUW Public Policy Committee (APPC) has recommended changes to the Public Policy Priorities.
Through January 11, 2019, you can comment in support of these updates or suggest changes to the Public Policy Priorities that you’d like to see on the ballot in the AAUW national election in the spring. You can also propose revisions to the ballot in the AAUW national election next spring or to the AAUW bylaws.
Find all the information you need to comment on proposed Public Policy Priorities changes or propose your own changes and resolutions. Proposed amendments can be submitted until January 11, 2019, at 6:00 pm ET.
Comments will be accepted until March 31, 2019, at 6:00 pm ET.
Also, there’s still time — until November 30 — to submit an application to serve on the board of directors.
We had a great turnout this year with over 17 percent of eligible members participating in the vote, more than three times the 5 percent required by our bylaws.
Every year AAUW members cast their vote on the final candidates to be featured in the spring collection of note cards.
Every year AAUW selects 10 college student leaders committed to gender equity to serve on the national Student Advisory Council (SAC). These students advise AAUW on the needs of college students, take on campus activism projects and community outreach to AAUW student organizations, and gain valuable résumé-building experience. Participants also serve as peer mentors for other aspiring student leaders during AAUW’s annual National Conference for College Women Student Leaders (NCCWSL).
Who are these remarkable feminist student leaders? This year’s SAC members are LGBT rights leaders, engineers, student government presidents, first-generation college students, and more.
It was a hot June day in 1989 when hundreds of AAUW members braved the heat and flooded the halls of Capitol Hill. They were there to tell members of Congress why the United States needed a paid family leave program. 28 years later, we’re at it again! Read more.
AAUW has a long and distinguished history of advancing educational and professional opportunities for women in the United States and around the globe. Follow in the footsteps of award-winning authors, scientists, scholars, and change makers. Learn More!
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