FOX CHAPEL AREA BRANCH OF AAUW
AAUW advances equity for women and girls through advocacy, education, and research.
Branch meetings feature speakers of interest on a variety of topics and are held the second Tuesday of each month, September through May. All meetings begin at 9:30 AM unless otherwise noted in the schedule.
Board meetings are open to all members and are held on the first Tuesday of each month (except for holidays) October through June and the last Tuesday of August, at 9:30 AM.
AAUW, founded in 1881, is open to all graduates who hold an associate or equivalent, baccalaureate or higher degree from a qualified college or university. Those enrolled in an associate or a bachelor degree program can join AAUW as Student Affiliate Members. There shall be no barriers to full participation in this organization on the basis of gender, race, creed, age, sexual orientation, national origin, or disability. Membership is not by invitation. Annual dues are $90. Student Affiliate dues are $25. All members receive Outlook, Keystoner, and branch publications.
The purpose of this branch shall be to unite graduates of accredited educational institutions in order to promote equity, education, intellectual growth, individual worth, and development of opportunities for women and girls.
Individuals eligible to be admitted to membership are those holding an associate or equivalent, baccalaureate, or higher degree from a qualified educational institution, a degree from a foreign institution recognized by the International Federation of University Women (IFUW), or a foreign degree acceptable as a basis for admission by graduate schools at qualified universities of the United States. Membership is NOT by invitation. If you are interested in joining us, or just finding out more, email us: email@example.com.
FOX CHAPEL AREA EDUCATION FUND
Our branch fundraising efforts support:
- Annual Chatham Women Ready-to-Lead Award as a career launching grant for graduating seniors who are in financial need and are about to begin their careers or further graduate studies in the areas of science, math, engineering or technology
- Biennial Young Women’s Recognition Night to honor young women from Dorseyville Middle School in the Fox Chapel Area School District who show promise in the study of math or science to encourage them to continue in these studies.
- Biennial STEM-CAN (Science Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Careers Achievement Night) to honor and encourage Young women from Fox Chapel Area High School who show promise in the STEM fields of study and potential for careers in them.
- Annual Friend of Equity Award recognizes a person or group who show by action and philosophy the equity for girls and women
Interest Groups are open to all branch members. Guests are welcome to attend up to two sessions. Meeting topics, times, and locations are provided in the monthly newsletters and announced at Branch meetings
Arts & Entertainment – Members organize outings to include cultural events such as ballet and theatre productions, tours and visits to area sites of interest. Excursions often include an option for lunch.
Book Group – Members meet at 9:30 AM on the 4th Tuesday of each month to review and discuss a book selected in advance.
Bridge – Members meet on the 1st Friday of each month at 9:30 am. Beginners welcome.
Golf Club – Meets every other Wednesday, spring through fall, weather permitting at a variety of public courses. All levels welcome.
Out-To-Lunch-Bunch – Members meet on the 3rd Tuesday of the month to explore new restaurants and dining adventures in the area.
Pinochle Players- Members usually meet Mondays
Women-In-Stitches – Members meet on the last Thursday of the month to socialize while completing needlework and craft projects or to learn a new needlework skill.
Students actively pursuing associate or baccalaureate degrees may become Student Affiliates entitled to attend Branch Meetings and Interest and Study Groups. They are not eligible to hold office or vote.
Fox Chapel Area Branch of AAUW is partners with the Chatham College for Women student affiliate of AAUW. Our branch awards the annual Chatham Women Read-to-Lead Award as a career launching grant for graduating seniors who are in financial need and are about to begin their careers or further graduate studies in the areas of science, math, engineering or technology.