Welcome to AAUW-Montana

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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.

 

Congratulations to our 2018-2020 slate of officers

President:  G.G. Weix
Program:  Susan Lee
Membership:  Jesse Kunz
Communications:  Christina Roberts
Finance:  Lani Hartung

 

Start Smart & Work Smart Salary Negotiation Workshops at Montana Campuses AAUW-MT with a grant from the Women’s Foundation of Montana, and additional funding from the Offices of the Presidents of the University of Montana (UM) and Montana State University (MSU), the Office of the Commissioner of Higher Education (OCHE), the MSU Women’s Center, purchased two three-year site licenses to bring Start Smart Salary Negotiation workshops to the 8 Montana University System (MUS) campuses. The Project supports Governor Bullock’s Equal Pay for Equal Work Task Force goals.

UPCOMING WORKSHOPS (please click for more information).

 

 

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History of AAUW-MT Salary Negotiation statewide project

AAUW-MT with a grant from the Women’s Foundation of Montana, and additional funding from the Offices of the Presidents of the University of Montana (UM) and Montana State University (MSU), the Office of the Commissioner of Higher Education (OCHE), the MSU Women’s Center, purchased two three-year site licenses to bring Start Smart Salary Negotiation workshops to the 8 Montana University System (MUS) campuses.

In March of 2015, the AAUW-MT grant project brought the AAUW National Trainer to Montana to provide Start Smart Salary Negotiation Workshops and Facilitator Trainings. Start Smart workshops, for women students about to enter the workplace, and facilitator trainings were conducted on three MUS campuses: (1) The  University of Montana (UM), (2) University of Montana Western (UMW), and (3) Montana State University (MSU).

During the above 3 March 2015 workshops 27 women were also trained as facilitators and they are now able to facilitate future workshops on all eight campuses covered by our site licenses—UM in Missoula, Montana Tech in Butte, UM-Western in Dillon, Helena College, MSU in Bozeman, MSU-Billings, MSU-Northern in Havre, and Great Falls College.

In fall semester 2015 Start Smart workshops were facilitated at six of the Montana University System (MUS) campuses (see above picture section for locations).

For further information and/or to register for a salary negotiation workshop, go to the Start Smart/Work Smart Workshop tab on the top menu bar on the AAUW-MT website home page.

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