About AAUW Lodi
AAUW Mission Statement: A powerful network of educated women advocating equity for women and girls through advocacy, education, philanthropy and research.

AAUW Lodi Mission and Vision Statement: To increase equity in the workplace, health care, and education for all women, to support the Women’s Collaborative Network, and to provide scholarships. 

State and National Affiliations:  AAUW California and AAUW Washington, DC

2014-15Theme and Goals:
The theme this year is "We are women; hear us roar!" Our goals are to continue to grow in membership, involving all members in increasing diversity;  engage all members in supporting equity for women and girls in all walks of life; educate ourselves in history and opportunities for women and girls in all life's venues; and empower women and girls through STEM training and scholarships.

History: 100+ members strong, the Lodi branch AAUW was chartered in 1959 and incorporated in 1962. Membership is open to all persons who hold associate or baccalaureate degrees from accredited colleges or universities and to graduates of foreign institutions. This branch has been responsible for the establishment of the Family Life Education program in Lodi public schools, the Friends of the Lodi Library, the Lodi office of the Women’s Center of San Joaquin County and a “school-to-work educational guide for all middle school students and/or incoming ninth graders for Lodi Unified. We also provide public forums for candidates for public office. As a mission-based organization, we believe in supporting education by sending middle school girls to Tech Trek and raising money for scholarships. We strongly support the national Education Foundation Fund (EF) and the Legal Advocacy Fund (LAF) through annual fundraising to help women.
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Tech Trek campers: Lauren Gahn (l), Camryn Simpson, Jasmine Shinn and counselor Kelsey Churchill.

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