WEDNESDAY, March 11, 2020
General Meeting and Luncheon
Heathers Club of Bloomfield Hills
900 Upper Scotsborough Way
Bloomfield Hills 48304
Meet and Greet – 11:30 am
Luncheon – Noon
Cash bar, no valet parking
Program: Christine Tvaroha, Bloomfield Township Senior Center
Ms. Tvaroha will explain all of the enrichment, social, and travel programs that are available to seniors in and around Bloomfield Township.
THE RESERVATION DEADLINE – Wednesday, March 4
Please send $28 per person, with your check payable to, “AAUW
Birmingham Branch”, as well as program-only reservations to:
Nancy O’Connor, 3220 Vinsetta Blvd., Royal Oak, 48073, firstname.lastname@example.org
Sorry no refunds
Birmingham AAUW Centennial Luncheon
Wednesday, May 13, 2020
Forest Lake Country Club
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LEVEL UP – MARCH 27, 2020
CAREER EXPLORATION AND ADVANCEMENT
LEVEL UP – EDUCATION, JOBS & CAREERS
Oakland Community College, Royal Oak Campus
This conference is for people who want to enter/re-enter the work place and for those who are employed or under-employed and desiring a change or improvement in their career. The day will be hosted by the Birmingham and Farmington AAUW Branches along with Oakland Community College and a grant from The Village Club.
Attendees will have the opportunity to attend two breakout sessions following the Keynote Speech by Nicole Jennings of Oakland Community College. The breakout sessions will offer help with Adult Education and GED requirements; financial aid and the application process; and resumes, interviewing strategies and career assessment.
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 18, 2020
7:45 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Cranbrook Kingswood Middle School for Girls Grades 8* – 12 ONLY *8th Grade enrollment limited to the first 100 students! $15 / per person Workshops – Keynote Speaker – Lunch
Presented by AAUW Birmingham Branch & AAUW Birmingham Branch Foundation, Inc.
With support from Ford Motor Company Fund
Cranbrook Schools & Cranbrook Institute of Science
Detroit Public TV
In the race to the future, AAUW wants to help your students be prepared! Explorathon helps students develop STEM [Science, Technology, Engineering & Math] literacy. During the day each student will participate in three hands-on workshops presented by dynamic women in a variety of STEM fields. Explorathon prepares and inspires girls by giving them role models and by showcasing state-of-the-art careers for women in science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
Registration forms are available on the website: birmingham-mi.aauw.net Space is very limited—Register early!
Bus Subsidies and Scholarships Available Scholarships and bus subsidies are supported by a grant from the Ford Motor Company Fund. Financial support will be awarded based on documented need and benefit to participants. Apply by January 10, 2020 Funds are limited.
SAVE THE DATES
Friday, Jan. 10th Financial Support Applications Due
Wed., Jan. 15th Financial Support Awards Announced
Wed. Feb. 12th Scholarships & Bus Subsidy Registrations Due
Friday, Feb. 28th All Other Registrations Due Wednesday,
March 18th Explorathon 2020
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Feb 19, 2020 Girls’ AFTERNOON OUT 2-6pm Grand Tavern, Troy
Feb 25, 2020 AAUW Michigan redistricting Webinar
Feb 25, 2020 Volunteer opportunity – Forgotten Harvest
Mar 17, 2020 Set up for Explorathon
Mar 18, 2020 Explorathon
Mar 27, 2020 Level Up Conference: OCC, Royal Oak
Apr 8, 2020 Annual Meeting at the Village Club
May 13, 2020 Branch Centennial Celebration at Forest Lake Country Club
May 15-16, 2020 AAUW Michigan State Convention – Midland
May 27-30, 2020 NCCWSL
May 29, 2020 Study Interest Group Leaders/Board Reception, Doyle Center
June 3, 2020 Board Meeting, Doyle Center (Note – it’s one week early)
June 19-20, 2020 Midwest Regional AAUW Convention, Moline, Illinois
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Gerrie Barclay named 2019 AAUW Birmingham Branch
Photo taken at Diversity Champion Breakfast. Front Row: l to r – Susan McKinnon, Gerrie Barclay, Joe Zacaria. Back Row: l to r – Carol Pyke, Diane Rouse, Linda Schnorbus, Rosalie Rishavy, Joan Black, Carolyn Lowe, Sally Doty. Read about her accomplishments in the June Bulletin by clicking on the link below. Thank you for your service, Gerrie!