Wednesday, January 18, 2017
Our next meeting will be an informal gathering to talk about our goals and to solicit members’ ideas on what they would like the branch to focus on in 2017 and beyond, For all the details, please see the January/February Advance.
On May 18, 2016, AAUW Greater Wayne Area branch awarded scholarships to two women studying for undergraduate degrees. Aziza McGill-Ayinde attends William Paterson University, and Danielle Radiola attends Rutgers University. Our annual scholarship awards are an important event in our calendar, and are made possible by the generous support of our members. Please see our Scholarship page to learn more about our scholarship winners.
AAUW Girls Hall of Fame Awards
The AAUW Greater Wayne Area branch held its second annual Girls Hall of Fame induction ceremony on Wednesday, September 30, 2015, at the Wayne Public Library. This award honors girls between the ages of 12-18 who have demonstrated outstanding leadership of legacy projects that make a difference within their local community or the world-wide community. Inducted this year were Anabel Martinez, a junior at Passaic County Technical Institute in Wayne; Erica Radler, a freshman at Wayne Hills High School; and Stephanie Reifman, a sophomore at Northern Highlands Regional High School. Each girl received a citation from the GWA branch and each is a permanent member of the AAUW Girls Hall of Fame. In addition, the girls were presented with official citations from the towns in which they live. Please see our Hall of Fame page for information about 2016 nominations.
AAUW – Greater Wayne Area is an active group of women who work together to break through barriers for women and girls by means of advocacy, education, philanthropy and research. Our work is producing results but we are not finished.
AAUW Greater Wayne Area offers:
- Stimulating and informative monthly programs
- Small groups focused on common interests
- Girls Hall of Fame award
- Annual scholarship awards for women returning to college
- Bimonthly newsletter both print and online
- Membership in national and state AAUW organizations
- Camaraderie of educated women with diverse backgrounds and experiences
- Fun and friendship