Welcome! AAUW (American Association of University Women) was founded in 1881 and currently has over 170,000 members and supporters working to advance equity for women and girls through advocacy, education, and research. Click on the graphic below to read more about who we are and our Strategic Plan.
AAUW Colorado Springs Branch, established in 1915, currently has over 200 members and is the largest AAUW Branch in Colorado. We welcome you to join us for education, community programs, legislative advocacy, research and scholarships for women. By joining AAUW, you belong to a community that breaks through educational and economic barriers so all women have a fair chance. To join call Membership VP Jan Jones at 719-963-7642 or email email@example.com
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Meet the recipients of our 2021 AAUW Colorado Springs Branch scholarship awards. We proudly feature the photos of these 8 women on our website masthead (above). Click on this link to learn more about their talents and stories. 2021 Scholarship Recipients
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A check can also be made out to AAUW-Colorado Springs with “Local Scholarships Fund” on the memo line and mailed to: AAUW Treasurer, 5540 Canvasback Ct., Colorado Springs, CO 80918.
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Go to the Branch/Meetings Tab to learn about upcoming 2022 BRANCH MEETINGS and PROGRAMS
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NEWS FROM NATIONAL and STATE AAUW
View the 2022 Public Policy Day Webinar videos at this website: AAUW CO STATE
The AAUW Colorado Fall Leadership Conference is now history…but you can still eavesdrop on some of its powerful presentations, ranging from guest speaker Drew Houston, Executive Director of Citizen’s Project, speaking on Promoting Positive Togetherness, to a series of practical discussions about effective tools and techniques being deployed by various Colorado AAUW branches. https://www.youtube.com/user/aauwcolorado/videos. While you’re there, you may want to tune in to our Colorado Springs branch entry, a discussion of Interest Groups as an Engine of Growth presented by our own Cindi Zenkert-Strange. Viva la interest groups!