AAUW Greensboro and UNCG will host Triad Tech Savvy on Saturday, March 29. Registration is now open for middle school girls who want to have a day of hands on STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) activities and their parents who want to learn more about STEM education and careers.
In the spring of 2014, Jacquelin Heath, Vance Granville Community College Program Head/Instructor of School-Age Education, will coordinate a Campus Action Project funded by AAUW that will assist students to focus on goals for finishing a four year degree, self-care, and follow-through to completing a college degree. Michelle Evans, co-president of the Tar Heel Branch is the AAUW NC contact.
AAUW of North Carolina is being led by a streamlined leadership team and is concentrating on a public policy project that leverages our network of activist members from across the state. We’ll be posting messages to the Public Policy Alerts email list which is open to all, and members from across the state are welcome to subscribe to the Public Policy Info list for more complete information on
- Subscribe to the AAUW NC pp-alerts mailing list
- Check our current Key Issues spreadsheet (updated a few times a week during the session)
- More tips to stay up to date with the NC General Assembly
Watch for updates about a report card that we are planning to document how the NC legislators voted in the 2013 session.