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Leadership Programs

Nationally AAUW prioritizes identifying barriers to women in leadership and increasing the number of women in leadership roles.

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Learn more, on AAUW’s national website, about leadership topics that affect women, such as gender bias and salary negotiation .

Locally, AAUW Morgan Hill offers several leadership development programs for our members,  for college women, and for local high school students.


Leadership Morgan Hill

AAUW Morgan Hill annually sponsors a branch member to attend Leadership Morgan Hill, and we have allocated funds for a participant in the Class of 2018. We believe that participation in this program is an important way to increase AAUW Morgan Hill’s connection with the community.


National Conference for College Women Student Leaders  (NCCWSL)

The Morgan Hill branch of AAUW typically awards a scholarship (to a college student completing her second or third year of undergraduate studies) to  this national conference, held annually near the end of the school year. The scholarship includes conference registration and travel expenses. Applications are due February 3.


Leadership Training for Local High School & College Students


Speech Trek

AAUW Morgan Hill has participated for several years in this speech contest, coordinated by AAUW California. Its mission is to promote understanding and communication of gender-equity issues among high school students through their research, preparation, and presentation of high-quality speeches, while promoting the value of public speaking as a life and leadership skill. The speech contest is held annually in January.

NEW: Future Women Leaders Conference

AAUW Morgan Hill is planning a one day leadership workshop on April 14, 2018 for local high school and college students. Look for more details here as plans are finalized.

NEW: High School Gavel Club

AAUW Morgan Hill is working with the local public high schools, Live Oak and Ann Sobrato, to start speech clubs. Contact speechtrek@aauwmh.org to learn more.