We are a club of about 90-100 active and diverse women in the Marysville and Yuba City areas of Sutter and Yuba Counties in Northern California.  There are many opportunities in our branch for fun and education including monthly branch meetings with outstanding speakers, bridge, writing, books, travel, play reading, and traveling gourmet sections, as well as advocacy and action groups. Our annual fundraiser, the AAUW GARDEN TOUR, Garden Tour 2017 poster is the first Saturday in May.      AAUW Membership is open to anyone holding an associate’s (or equivalent e.g. RN), bachelor’s, or higher degree from a regionally accredited college or university.   Our branch was chartered in 1955 and has been changing our local area ever since with our STEM Conference for 8th grade girls, Tech Trek science camp for 7th grade girls, and college scholarships.   We hope that you will join us.

In January Congressman John Garamendi invited some of our branch leaders to meet with him in Yuba City to discuss some of the issues we are concerned about.

Speaker is Amanda Hopper,
Sutter County District Attorney

Date: April 8, 2017
Time: 11:30 a.m
Location: Yuba College Flavors Restaurant


Download/view the Garden Tour 2017 poster here!

The Simple Truth about the Gender Pay Gap (Spring 2017)

Women working full time in the United States typically are paid just 80 percent of what men were paid. The figure is even more dire for African-American, Hispanic or Latino women. While many occupations have managed to narrow or even close the pay gap, disparity still exists.
AAUW’s The Simple Truth about the Gender Pay Gap addresses the issues such as the pay gap in each state; the pay gap by age, race/ethnicity, and education; guidance for women facing workplace discrimination; resources for fair pay advocates etc.
Interested in learning more about these issues and preparing for Equal Pay Day? Click here for the full report and details.

AAUW National Election

One member, one vote – You have a voice in AAUW’s Future
Three of the thirteen director positions on the AAUW Board of Directors are appointed! If you’re an AAUW member with leadership experience interested in shaping AAUW’s future ,
apply for the 2017–19 AAUW Board of Directors.

2017 Women’s March

This January, millions of people worldwide and over a half million in Washington, D.C., marched together in support of women’s rights and other issues. AAUW staff, members, and supporters attended the march across the country to make their voices heard in the fight for the gender equity through chants and signs.
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Make Your Voice Heard on Capitol Hill with AAUW!

You’ve marched on Washington, now come to the 2017 AAUW National Convention, to be held June 14-17, 2017, in Washington D.C and take your voice directly to Capitol Hill. As we prepare for the changing political climate, your voice is needed now more than ever.By participating in Lobby Day at the convention, you too can hone your advocacy skills and apply them to meetings on Capitol Hill, at your statehouse, and in your community.
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State Policy Sex Trafficking Tool Kit

Millions of people around the globe are the victims of human trafficking in the form of sex or labor trafficking, human rights violations, etc. AAUW believes that there is a need for national and international policies against human trafficking that promote peace, justice, human rights, sustainable development, and security for all people. The State Policy Sex Trafficking Tool Kit outlines three key state policy priorities — hotline posting requirements, safe harbor laws, and vacatur laws — to identify and combat sex trafficking.

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AAUW Annual 2017 Art Contest

The submission period for the 2017 art contest has passed, but voting for this year’s winners opens on Monday, February 4, 2017.
Visit our art gallery and vote your favorite artwork. AAUW members can vote for up to 10 entries.
Voting Ends – Tuesday, February 28, 2017
Winner announcement – Early March
The six winning entries will be featured in a collection of note cards mailed to AAUW members in the spring.