AAUW-Montana is the state-level organization of the American Association of University Women. With almost 300 members in 10 branches and another 100 national members-at-large in the state, we are committed to the AAUW mission of advancing equity for women and girls through advocacy, education, philanthropy, and research.
- Spring 2014 Newsletter
- Convention Schedule and Registration Form
- 2012 AAUW Accomplishments
- ALICE Workshop Handout
- 2011 Legislative Report from the Montana Women’s Lobby.
- Montana Women’s Lobby Membership Form
- AAUW’s Recent Research Report, Graduating to a Pay Gap
Our first Ever Member Vote is complete and the results are in. A total of 59 members voted (20% of our membership), comfortably more than the 46 needed for a quorum. That makes the election official. All officers have been elected and all Public Policy Program changes and Resolutions passed. Those interested in the exact vote counts on all items may view the official Election Results.
Upcoming Public Events and Fundraisers
The next AAUW National Convention will be held at the Sheraton San Diego Hotel June 18–21, 2015. Watch a preview of what to expect in San Diego!
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$tart$mart Workshop Held at MSU Feb. 1, 2014
When Montana State University decided to sponsor the first $tart$mart salary negotiation workshop to be held in the state, AAUW-MT and AAUW-Bozeman agreed to co-sponsor the event. Annie Houle (center in photo) flew in from North Carolina to facilitate both a Work$mart workshop in Helena January 31, 2014, and MSU’s $tart $mart workshop on Saturday, February 1. Despite snowy weather, the workshop was attended by almost 40 young women.
A $tart$mart workshop is a two-to-three hour workshop specially, but not exclusively, designed for junior and senior college women. The workshop teaches a young woman how to determine what employers are paying for the job she wants when she graduates and how to negotiate to be paid what she is worth doing that job. Typically, workshops include forty or fewer participants so that every student has a chance to ask questions and make comments.
In March 2009, WAGE and AAUW joined forces to address the gender wage gap by training AAUW members and staff on campuses to become facilitators of these workshops. After MSU’s workshop, several women from MSU and AAUW-MT received training as $tart$mart facilitators, so we’ll be ready to hold more workshops in Montana.