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AAUW’s WIldflower Run raises funds to promote education

Photo by Susan Brazelton Article in Morgan Hill Life and Gilroy Life, March 10 & 17, 2021 editions: ... While many other groups offer virtual runs and present themselves as charitable, just a portion of their proceeds are optionally directed to charity. What makes the Wildflower Run — virtual or not — truly stand

The Many Facets of Me: Exploring Identity (Teen Workshop)

March 6, 2021, 11 am - 1 pm FREE This workshop will give teens an opportunity to write about their identity and express those facets of themselves in a guided and supportive way. Workshop leaders: Kay Arora & Jordan Rosenfeld REGISTER NOW This workshop is offered by Literary Legacies and funded

Wildflower Newsletter Now Available

January - February issue of AAUW Morgan Hill's Wildflower Newsletter is now available on our website. Topics include: President's Message Branch Videos Upcoming Monthly Programs Speech Trek Wildflower Run and  Sponsor Updates Wildflower Fund Annual Appeal AAUW Fund Luncheons Recap Public Policy Tech Trek Welcome New Newsletter Editor Friendship, Gift of Reading, WILDFLOWER NEWSLETTER

Register for the 38th Annual Wildflower Run Now!

. LEARN MORE OR REGISTER NOW! We are excited to kick off plans for the 38th annual Wildflower Run, scheduled as a virtual run, March 20-28, 2021. Your participation is crucial now more than ever to support those in need with scholarships, community grants, and more. We are a non-profit, 100% volunteer-run

STEM Webinars for Teens

The Orinda-Moraga-Lafayette Branch (AAUW-OML) presents Girls4STEM Webinars, a series of webinars for high school girls featuring young professional women in STEM fields and also high school girls who are making choices in preparation for potential college majors and STEM careers. The presenters share their education and career paths, discuss their actual job activities,

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