Why Join AAUW-Nevada County (AAUW-NC)?


New  Member Orientation 2019:   
Front/left to right:  Christine Casey, Susan Chaplain, Mara Faust.  Rear/left to right:  Deb Cubberley (Membership Chair), Bup Greenwood (President-Elect), Virginia Horowitz (President)

Is equity for women and girls important to you?   Are you passionate about equal rights and equal pay for women and eliminating gender discrimination in the workplace? Do you want to continue learning and discussing issues and ideas?  Do you want to broaden your friendships and have fun doing it? Then AAUW-NC is the group for you.

 

Franny Erickson and Ann Shulse

Belonging to AAUW-NC offers members an opportunity to learn about and participate in the goals of equity that are pursued locally and at the national and state levels. The Branch also has its own projects such as Local Scholarships, Tech Trek, and several community service projects. We hold  monthly programs,  some with keynote speakers, some strictly social, and others for fund-raising. We also offer a variety of interest groups that meet regularly to enjoy mutual interests:  hiking, books, world cuisine and more. Application forms  should be downloaded and sent to the AAUW Nevada County Branch address  with a check made out to AAUW-Nev Co Branch.

from left to right: Joan DeMarce-Rutledge, Robin Reves, Nancy Knaus and Laurie Alire

Joyce Rasmusen and Jennifer Wilkerson

  • Regular Member of the Branch must hold an associate degree or equivalent, a baccalaureate or higher degree from an accredited college or university.
  • Friend of the Branch. There are no education requirements only a wish on the prospective Friend’s part to support our mission
  • Student Affiliates are a full-time undergraduate students at a college or university. There are also several special and honorary categories of membership. For more information about these, please contact the VP of Membership.

In joining AAUW-NC as a regular member, you also become a member of the national and state organizations.