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AAUW-PA State Convention 2018
April 13-15, 2018
Call for Proposals for AAUW-PA Convention 2018
Does your branch have an exceptional program? Are you great at fundraising? Have you had successful public policy events? Are you engaging your members in new and innovative ways? If the answer is “yes” to any of these, then we want to hear from you!
The 89th Annual PA AAUW conference will be held at Seven Springs resort next April 13-15, 2018, and as part of the program there are opportunities for branches to present on topics that could be shared and replicated by other branches. These concurrent sessions would be 45 minutes in length with time for questions and answers.
To register to present at the conference, just complete this online form by September 30th here. If you have questions about the presentations, please contact Barb Zaborowski, Conference Coordinator at email@example.com.
Summer Retreat July 2017 Resources
The AAUW-PA Summer Retreat was held on Saturday July 22. Presentations were given on mission-based programming and Membership followed by sharing of ideas from the attendees about successful events and initiatives. The PowerPoint presentations, handouts, and ideas shared by the attendees are posted below.
- Mission-based Programming PPT Presentation
- Mission-based Programming Matrix Handout
- Membership PPT Presentation
- SMART Goals Handout
- Spice up your Programming Assessment Tool Handout
- Branch Member Attendees Sharing on Mission-based Programming and Membership
State Programs replacing District Meetings in 2017-2018
For 2017-2018 the State Board has made the decision to not offer District Meetings as we typically do in the Fall. Instead we are going to concentrate on engaging branches across the state to participate in one of the State Programs – Deeper in Debt: Women and Student Debt and Draw the Lines PA. See the information on these State Programs below.
AAUW-PA is offering branches the opportunity to collaborate with state board members to plan and implement one or two programs we think will be of broad appeal in their communities with the hope that as community members learn about AAUW, they will consider joining a local branch.
The two programs are “Draw the Lines PA” and “Deeper in Debt: Women and Student Loans”, the new AAUW research report. A branch or group of nearby branches can request to offer one or both programs by filling out the “State Program Request Form” provided under the “State Programs” tab. After submitting your request, a board member will contact you to further discuss the request. The state has set aside some funding to offer to the branches to implement these community programs.