Welcome to the Albuquerque, NM Branch of AAUW!

Work Smart is now available online — for free!

Take the course now. Help lessen the Pay Gap. Share this as broadly as possible.

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The Albuquerque Branch, established in 1927, maintains a membership of more than 100. Other AAUW members reside in the area, including National only members, and members of the On Line Branch.

We are actively involved in projects around the State including Tech Trek, EYH and other STEM programs; New Mexico Fair Pay for Women Act awareness and education; Campus Action Projects such as: Salary negotiation program Start Smart; National Conference for College Women Student Leaders (NCCWSL); and, New Mexico and National Lobby Corps.

Guests are welcome to attend a Branch meeting. Please contact us at our e-mail for any questions you might have.

We hope you can take a moment to:

***********Actions you can take on Strategic Plan Goals**********

SPECIAL EDITION: ECONOMIC SECURITY
October 2018
Many of you have asked what you can do to help move the new strategic plan forward. We are pleased to share a video in which CEO Kim Churches explains how to get involved in AAUW’s economic security initiatives. She highlights 10 things you can do to make an impact locally as well as nationally, including our exciting Members Mobilize a Million initiative, which challenges every AAUW member and supporter to ask 20 friends, family members or colleagues to take AAUW Work Smart Online. We will track progress and Kim will speak at the state convention with the highest participation rate.

So how do you get started? Review the video and other resources for engagement on the website. AAUW staff will update this page periodically to provide additional tools that will help us meet our bold goal of achieving pay equity by 2030. On Tuesday, October 23, you will receive a link to AAUW Work Smart Online. Please take the course and share it!

There is so much work ahead. But we can’t do it without your continued support and investment in AAUW’s mission — so let’s get to work!

From AAUW Washington Update September 7, 2018

“We’re asking for your help with a forthcoming AAUW research report on sexual harassment at work, focusing especially on women in the mid-to-late phases of their careers. Share your experience by taking our survey, anonymously if you wish.”

If any of you have an experience to share, please use the link above for the survey,

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What Should I Do If I Experience Sex Discrimination at Work?

Click the link at the top for 10 steps to take.

 

 

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