A prominent endeavor for our branch is raising funds to provide scholarships to students in their third year or higher of college. For 35 years we sponsored the longest running juried, invitational art show of local area artists.

October 3, 2015 we held the second bi-annual Purses With A Purpose, a benefit luncheon and live and silent auctions of designer purses. All proceeds from our public fundraising events support our college scholarship program and, new this year, the Tech Trek WA residential science camp for girls entering eighth grade.

Our community activities include:

Developing and maintaining the AAUW Volunteer School Partner program at Utsalady Elementary school for the Stanwood-Camano School District.

Providing scholarships to university students during their third year or higher.

Recognizing Stanwood High School, Arlington High School, and Lakewood High School scholars in STEM (science, technology, engineering and math).

New project for 2014 was our participation in the AAUW Tech Trek WA residential science camp for girls entering the eighth grade. In 2015 we provided five scholarships for girls nominated by their teachers to attend this marvelous hands-on camp at a local university.

Sponsoring the Candidates and Issues Forum during national and statewide elections.
Next General Meeting

Thursday, November 12, 2015

7:00 p.m.

Evening at Snow Goose Books & Frames

Program: Kristine Kaufman will present exciting new reads
for this year's end and seasonal giftgiving ideas for family and friends.

Snow Goose Books & Frames
(new location)
8716 271st St NW, Stanwood

New members are always welcome. To find out more or about joining our branch please contact us at:info@aauwsc.org
Click here to view four AAUW video clips: [1] Tech Trek, [2] summary of June 2013 national convention in New Orleans, [3] AAUW Overview and [4] AAUW Funds 125th Scholarship and Fellowships Anniversary.