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
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Work Smart: Negotiation Seminar
Joint Program with Orinda-Moraga-Lafayette Branch
AAUW-OML and DAWC (American Association of University Women
—Orinda Moraga Lafayette and Danville Alamo Walnut Creek Branches) are co-hosting a seminar on Work Smart, AAUW’s salary negotiation program, on Sunday February 23, 2:00-4:00 p.m. at the Lafayette Library and Learning Center in Lafayette. The seminar is free and open to the public.
AAUW’s Work Smart program is designed to help close the gender wage gap by empowering women with the skills and confidence needed to negotiate their work salaries and benefits. Seminar attendees will learn about the Work Smart program, and some tools and strategies for successfully negotiating for fair pay in a new job, raise or promotion.
You will want to attend this program. Negotiation skills are useful in all aspects of our lives, not just for increased salaries. You will also be better equipped to convey the value of the Work Smart program to others, including daughters, nieces, and even your peers.
For more information, visit: https://oml-ca.aauw.net/
You deserve a raise. This free online course will give you the tools you need to successfully negotiate and close the pay gap for women everywhere. Register today and learn how to improve your negotiating skills in every part of your life.
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Mark your calendars:
2020 AAUW California State Convention April 17-19, 2020, near SFO at Millbrae, CA
Garden Tour May 8-9, 2020
About DAW AAUW:
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.