Danville-Alamo-Walnut Creek AAUW

American Association of University Women (AAUW) is a charitable membership organization with a nationwide network of more than 165,000 members and donors whose mission is to advance equity for women and girls through advocacy, education, philanthropy, and research. 

Danville-Alamo-Walnut Creek
Branch presents
Immigration Attorney Paul Bertoni
Program on Legal Immigration.
Tuesday, November 13, 7-9 pm
Please note change of venue: Danville Congregational Church, 989 San Ramon Valley Blvd, Danville

The United States has been the top destination for immigrants since 1960, with onefifth of the world’s migrants heading here as of 2017. Despite our long history as a magnet for immigrants, Americans have oscillated between perceiving immigrants as valuable assets or as major challenges, whether for cultural, political, or economic reasons. Our immigration laws have reflected those changing perceptions.

Immigration attorney Paul Bertoni will help us understand the current standards set for legal immigration into the United States. Immigrants face a maze of regulations, whether they seek visas, permanent residence, or waivers. Come take a look at the complexities behind the headlines about walls and illegals. Coming into the U.S. legally also has its oddities, perils and pitfalls.

$5 donations to AAUW gratefully accepted, supporting gender equity for women and girls through research, education and advocacy. More info at https://daw-ca.aauw.net/programs-2/

Some of the TechTrek girls sponsored by our branch who went to college this summer to study science. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~


Danville-Alamo-Walnut Creek Branch members enjoy the opportunity to participate with other professional women in meetings and gatherings focused on:

  • Programs meant to influence public policy as part of AAUW’s powerful voice on behalf of women and girls.
  • Organizing and participating in programs/events to raise money to support local scholarships and Tech Trek camperships.
  • Individual interests such as book clubs, movie groups, hiking, biking, etc.

The Danville-Alamo-Walnut Creek American Association of University Women Branch was chartered on June 13, 1969. We promote equity for women and girls, lifelong education, and positive societal change.

AAUW is actually two separate not-for-profit corporations: AAUW or the Association and AAUW Funds.

AAUW is a 501(c)(4) not-for-profit advocacy group. Donations are not tax deductible, although memberships may be tax deductible as a business expense.