Mark your calendars for next year -
July 20-22, 2018 on the delightful Cazenovia campus!
The 2017 Conference was GREAT!
Here are some of the presentations:
- "Harnessing our Energy"
- "Small but Mighty"
- •"Social Media"
- "Exploring the AAUW-NYS Website"
- "Project Planning Exercise"
- "Designing Effective Meetings"
- "Branch President Responsibilities"
- "Branch President Notes"
- "Program Skills"
- "Fantastic Revolutions and Where to Find Them"
- Fund Raising:
AAUW-NYS Summer Leadership Conference
July 21-23, 2017
Dr. Karen Pastorello, Professor: Labor Feminism
Cordy Galligan, AAUW VP for Marketing and Communications: Harnessing our Energy!
Bailey Morse, SUNY Brockport AAUW Campus Chapter President: Fantastic Revolutions and Where to Find Them
Skillbuilding for Success: Concrete skills for all leaders
Small but Mighty: Simple projects for branch outreach
ALL AAUW members are invited!
Subsidized by AAUW-NYS
$115 for the entire weekend (2 nights, 6 meals), $120 for paper registration
Calling all AAUW Members – The world needs more women leaders.
The world needs YOU!
Plan your trip NOW!
- Here's the schedule! (Plan on dinner Friday through lunch on Sunday)
- Here are the directions to the campus!
- Here is the campus map!
(Shove Suites, where we will be staying, is #5, most meetings will be in #10, parking is around #24)
- Here's information about our accommodations!
REGISTER HERE!Sorry - registration CLOSED!
The 2016 conference was fabulous, with the theme "Building Success with Smart Ideas" and a focus on programming and leadership.
Materials available from the conference include:
- General: Leadership Conference Schedule, Branch Archives, Speakers
- Leadership workshop: Leadership Workshop Handout
- Recruiting Leaders session: Committees Leadership, Developing Branch Leadership
- Poughkeepsie Branch Court Watch Program: Domestic Violence, Data Summary
- Script for the AAUW Funds presentation -- and the presentation itself.
- "Building Branch Success through Programming" presentation.
And pictures now available here, thanks to Margaret Nijhuis!