Working together to empower women in Burlingame,
 Brisbane, Colma, Daly City, Millbrae, San Bruno,
and South San Francisco,
the AAUW North Peninsula Branch:


Raises $2000 per year to send three 7th-grade girls to one-week science camp at Stanford University.
Tech Trek


Disburses thousands each year for fellowships and grants (such as the Ellis fund) for women in higher education.
Educational Opportunities Fund



Works for equity for women and girls by supporting legislation for equal pay for equal work, applying        Title IX equally to girls, and advocating for women’s freedoms.
Legal Advocacy Funds 



Helps get out the women’s vote, studies national issues of justice and women’s rights, fights for Women’s Reproductive Rights, works for Pay Equity, advocates measures to lessen campus sexual assaults, provides legal aid in implementing Title IX, contacts representatives, and has established Skyline College as a Partner in order to add to our Branch members  from the faculty and student affiliates.
                                                                    Public Policy Interest Group

Studies AAUW international issues, such as global conflicts,
economics, and environment.
International Relations



Travels to San Francisco Bay area locales, such as museums, aquariums, parks, and buildings.
Traveling Women



Socializes at bridge playing, luncheons, Mah Jongg, and movies.
Social Activities


  Mission Statement

The American Association of University Women (AAUW) promotes equity for all women and girls, lifelong education, and positive societal change. We’re all inclusive, purposeful, welcoming, and fun! We’re dedicated to educational opportunities, equality, and gender equity.
Come join us for lifelong friendships!

Membership in the AAUW is open to graduates of accredited four-year colleges and universities
or community colleges such as San Mateo, Skyline, Cañada, and City College of San Francisco.