Welcome to AAUW Pennsylvania

ARE YOU:

  • Planning a Pay Equity issues meeting at your state senator’s local office?
  • Ready to be part of AAUW-PA’s Harrisburg Lobbying event in April?

DO YOU:

  • Just want to brush up on your advocacy skills?
  • Want to stay on top of Public School Education advocacy actions?

Learn how to lobby more effectively by attending an Advocacy Training Workshop in your district. Click the appropriate link below and reserve your spot now.

West District branches: SAVE THE DATE April 14th for your Workshop opportunity.

AAUW-PA 86th Annual Meeting
April 10-11, 2015
Ramada Conference and Golf Hotel
1450 South Atherton Street, State College, PA 16801
(814) 238-3001, www.ramadasc.com
Civil Rights + Voter’s Rights + Women’s Rights

Click here for an agenda and to register
Click here for hotel registration information

Election of State Officers

Candidate Information for Program Vice President, Membership Vice President, Finance Officer, and Secretary as well as Voting Instructions are posted here

Education Committee Formed

As a product of the Education Resolution from the 2014 Annual State Meeting, an Education Committee has been formed to implement education and advocacy activities. Read more about this committee and their work here.

Upcoming Inter-Branch Programs of Interest…………

March 14, 2015 Inter-Branch Diversity Program

In “Far From the Tree” author Andrew Solomon writes about the diversity of individuals, families, and groups who share profound difference – the differences of deafness, dwarfism, Downs syndrome, autism, severe disability, prodigiousness, and transgenderism. It is a book about endurance, love, imagination, struggles, and resilience, times of despair and time of awe-inspiring triumphs. It is a book that encourages much reflection about human identity.

Prompted by the study of this remarkable book, the AAUW Inter-branch Diversity Group invites members of the Easton, Bethlehem, and Allentown branches and the public to attend this year’s diversity program. We will hear from a panel of four adults whose lives have been shaped by exceptional difference; the panel will be moderated by Dana Dunn, Professor of Psychology and Assistant Dean for Special Programs at Moravian College. Panelists will share their stories and perspectives on a variety of issues important in their – and our – lives. The panel presentations and discussions will conclude with time for Questions and Responses.

This is certain to be a program that will have a profound impact on the way we view our differences. It will educate, inform, and inspire all who attend.

JOIN US – From 9:30 to noon at Moravian College Theological Seminary, Bahnson Center, 60 Locust Street, Bethlehem, 18018. Telephone: 610-861-1516.

For additional information, please contact Ruth at aauwlehighvalleydiversity@gmail.com

March 28, 2015 Inter-Branch Forum Easton-Bethlehem-Allentown
Hunger/Economic Insufficiency in the Lehigh Valley
Featuring “A Place at the Table

Join us along with members of the community to learn about the causes and impact of hunger in the Lehigh Valley and the steps we can take to address the issue.

A panel of speakers from the Hunger Coalition, Second Harvest Food Bank, and the academic community is planned. Additionally, you’ll get a first-hand experience of shopping for food on a limited budget.

Unitarian Universalist Church, Bethlehem 8:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.

What is AAUW…

AAUW Pennsylvania furthers the AAUW mission and programs in Pennsylvania, 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-PA programs include educational outreach, community service, public policy advocacy, and confrontation of barriers so that all women have a fair chance.