Looking for informative programs that will attract members and community interest? AAUW Programs in a Box (PIAB) and AAUW of Michigan's Programs on a Page (PoP) offer Branch Program Chairs engaging program activities that will highlight the work of AAUW and its impact in communities. These online programs help Branch Program Chairs and members consider and choose activities for their branches. Each Program in a Box and Programs on a Page outlines an activity that could be chosen for a branch, with the "what, why, and how" to implement that program.
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2014-15 M. Jean Jokippi Speech Trek Competition
2014-15 M. Jean Jokippi Speech Trek Competition opens September 8. This year's topic: "How To Be a Change Maker Against Bullying, Sexual Harassment, and Violence in School." Attached package of documents will help your branch design and organize a successful competition in your local school district. Please contact Janet Watkins at program
$tart $mart prepares college women who are approaching the job market with the confidence, knowledge, and skills they need to negotiate salaries and benefits.
When students leave the three and a half hour $tart $mart campus workshop, they learn
- how the gender wage gap affects their lives
- how to develop a personal budget to determine salary needs
- how to benchmark salary and benefits
- how to negotiate for their first salary out of college
According to AAUW research, just one year after graduation, women earn just 82 percent of what their male counterparts earn, and the gender wage gap widens over the next 10 years.
More than 225 campuses throughout the United States have hosted $tart $mart. Before the workshop, only 25 percent of attendees said they were confident that they could negotiate a salary and benefits figure skyrocketed to 91 percent upon completion of the workshop. LEARN MORE>>