The Glendale Branch, founded in 1923, has continued to promote and demonstrate its commitment to the education for women and girls in our area as well as the world. We offer a varied program of social projects and community action, specific interest groups, and an opportunity to work toward common goals while creating a network of friends.
There are many women leaders who have participated in the branch from 1923 to the present.
Membership is open to all graduates with an Associate Degree or higher from an accredited college or university.
AAUW Glendale Branch members meet regularly and meetings are listed on the website and in the newsletters, Verdugo Views [members only]. Meetings feature speakers and invite discussion of current issues, women’s issues, and other timely topics. There are a variety of special interest groups [SIGs] in which members can participate.
Photo of Past Presidents of AAUW Glendale [circa 2012]