The Kirkland-Redmond branch of AAUW offers you a chance to connect with a dynamic group of women and men whose backgrounds span medical fields, technology, education and business. We share a commitment to furthering women’s rights (e.g., pay equity) and promoting young women’s interest in continuing their education, especially in the STEM fields.
Membership Meeting, Tea and Social. Saturday, September 16, 2017, 2-4pm, at the Woodinville Library Conference Room
Branch Member Activities and Interest Groups
Our branch has a number of interest groups providing opportunities for social gathering and discussion. These include book groups (Fiction, Non-Fiction, Historical Fiction/Non-Fiction) meeting in the evenings and on weekends. There is also an active “Out to Lunch Bunch” and Wine Tasting Group.
In support of our mission, branch members are involved in various programs promoting equity for women and girls.
The annual “Expanding YourHorizons” in Math, Science, and Technology conference for middle school girls at Bellevue College is a cornerstone activity. This conference was held on Saturday, March 25th, 2017 and attended by 450+ students with 100+ adults attending the parent seminar.
The branch also honors Junior women in lake Washington High Schools who excel in Math, Science, and Technology classes and recognizes them at our annual “Scholar Recognition” event.
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AAUW Focus 2015-16 TItle IX
The American Association of University Women strongly supports the vigorous enforcement of Title IX and all other civil rights laws pertaining to education. Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 was the first comprehensive federal law to prohibit sex discrimination in education. It covers women and men, girls and boys, and staff and students in any educational institution or program that receives federal funds. This includes local school districts, colleges and universities, for-profit schools, career and technical education agencies, libraries, and museums. Music classes or choirs, sex education classes, and sports involving bodily contact are exempt from Title IX, as are religious institutions if the law would violate their religious tenets. Admissions policies at private undergraduate institutions are also exempt.Thank you for visiting Kirkland-Redmond AAUW website. If you would like to subscribe, have comments or questions, please enter your email address at the top of this page and we will contact you. Or visit us on our Facebook page.