AAWCC - American Association for Women in Community Colleges
Meetings are held in Room E-209 on Tuesdays from 3-4 p.m.
Please join us for an informational meeting on Tuesday, November 19th to discuss ideas for workshop topics for next semester. This is your chance to share your thoughts about what matters to you and to let your voice be heard. Bring a friend !
Bring a friend !
Our Spring Event movie screening "The Greatest Silence" is a success!
Thank you for your contributions and support to make our annual food drive a huge success!
AAWCC Scholarship Opportunities
AAWCC is offering the following scholarships for 2012 - 2013.
The Regional Scholarship will be awarded to one student from each of the 10 regions.
Please click for the Regional Scholarship application and for the Regional Scholarship Process and Timeline Information.
The Leaders Program Scholarship will be awarded to one Leaders participant.
The AAWCC Doctoral Scholarship will be awarded to two selected participants for the 2012 - 2013 year. See 2012 Doctoral Program Scholarship information to the right for additional details. For more information, click here.
You may visit the AAWCC national website to view a calendar of events.
Photos from our Think Pink@Triton Event!
Questions about membership, want to know more or want to suggest a lecture speaker or topic? Please e-mail us!
AAWCC MISSION STATEMENT
The American Association for Women in Community Colleges is the leading national organization that champions women and maximizes their potential.The American Association for Women in Community Colleges is dedicated to changing women's lives through leadership and education, thus strengthening our colleges and communities. - Adopted 2004
The following definitions further define the mission:
Leadership – advocacy, actively promote and train others to be leaders, diversity, affirmative action.
Association – membership organization generating at the local, state, regional, national and international level.
Changing – achieving equity and economic independence.
Education – improving access to education for all women and professional development through role modeling, workshops, conferences, forums and publications.
Community College – community, junior and technical colleges.
Communities – learning communities, geographic communities and global communities. - Adopted 1995
AAWCC National Organization - The American Association for Women in Community Colleges is the leading national organization that champions women and maximizes their potential. AAWCC is a national membership-based organization and an affiliate council of the American Association of Community Colleges.
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