AAUW Ohio 85th Annual State Convention: Equity in Action Solutions in Education and Employment
Get practical strategies for real world problems at work and at school
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If you have never been to an AAUW Ohio convention, this is the year to attend. This year’s convention will offer practical solutions designed to address real world problems in both workplace and educational settings. Download the full program. Dynamic speakers from a variety of backgrounds will lead uplifting motivational segments that will teach you how to:
- Utilize conferences to reach your full potential
- Run a meeting that meets the learning styles of your participants
- Stay up to date on public policy and get your views addressed
- Negotiate business deals
- Learn how to manage your money and educate youth about money issues
- Conduct business and educational seminars online
- Know what to expect as you age.
As a result of this high-powered program, there is something for everyone at this convention. The event will also include time for you to mingle with friends new and old. If you have never been a part of a professional conference that combines high quality information with the most fun you’ve ever had, join us on May 2 and 3 at the Holiday Inn in Dayton.
Presenters will include:
- Dr. Karen Rafinski, president, Clark Community College
- Mary Ellen Benedict, professor of economics, Bowling Green State University
- Peg Gordon, intergenerational coordinator at the Macklin Intergenerational Institute and teacher of the class “Xtreme Aging,” has been featured on The Today Show
- and many more.
Registration deadline is April 20.
Convention – May 2 Program: $30, Meals: $35, Total: $65
Convention – May 3 Program: $30, Meals: $30, Total: $60 Total for both days: $120
Make all checks payable to AAUW Ohio 2009 Convention.
Holiday Inn Dayton/Fairborn at I-675, 2800 Presidential Dr., Fairborn, OH 45324, 937-426-780
Special Rates: Specify AAUW when making your reservation to get the special rate of $129 a night.
See your branch reap financial rewards at our 2009 Convention for:
- Having the most branch members in attendance for both days of Convention
- Bringing the most new Branch members (more than one who has joined since July 1, 2009)
- Coming the farthest distance to attend with at least three branch members
- Bringing the most students/young women under the age of 25 (at least two)
- Financially underwriting branch members to attend by contributing at least $40 to their registration
- Having your president, vice president for programming, fiscal officer, secretary, and EF person attend
- Bringing at least two non-members to Convention
- Putting up a display of your branch’s best programming idea in support of an AAUW priority
While your branch can “win” in only one of the categories, it’s worth $50 when you do!
2010 National Conference for College Women Student Leaders
25th Anniversary Conference
When: June 3-5, 2010
Where: University of Maryland, College Park
How: AAUW Ohio will support the conference by sending student leaders. AAUW Ohio will underwrite two students to attend this conference by providing $400 for each. Interested students may apply by downloading, completing and submitting the NCCWSL Scholarship Application.
Early-bird registration is available Feb. 15 through April 16 and costs the same as last year.
For more information, visit the NCCWSL Web site.