Welcome to the AAUW Honolulu (HI) Branch

Talk Story Tuesdays

Give yourself a treat! Meet, mingle and enjoy complimentary pupus and beverages at happy hour prices. Talk Story Tuesdays is the intersection of casual conversation and a great AAUW program.

This month we will host our returning NCCWSL attendees. Hear about their experiences from these future leaders first hand!

WHEN: July 11, Aug. 8, Sept. 12, Oct. 10, Nov. 14 and Dec. 12, 2017  ~ 5:30-7:30pm

WHERE: Ferguson’s Pub in the Dillingham Transportation Building, 729 Bishop Street, Honolulu, HI, 96813

PARKING: Free parking located in the Pacific Guardian Center off of Alakea Street. The elevator from the parking structure to the ‘lobby’ lands directly in Ferguson’s Pub’s back courtyard.

RSVP here!


The Simple Truth about the Gender Pay Gap (Fall 2016)

Why are men paid more than women for the same job role?

To find out, read The Simple Truth about the Gender Pay Gap Fall 2016 edition. This addresses the gender pay gap issues in the United States for all ages, races, and education levels and also proposes solutions on what you can do to close it.

Read More: http://www.aauw.org/research/the-simple-truth-about-the-gender-pay-gap/

Related: AAUW Analysis of Census Data Shows it will take more than a century, until 2152, for the pay gap to close.


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AAUW’s Start Smart and Work Smart programs are designed to empower women with the skills and confidence to successfully negotiate their salary and benefits packages. By learning strategies and practicing effective language, participants gain valuable skills they can use throughout their lives — well beyond their next negotiation.

Click here to contact the AAUW Honolulu Start Smart coordinator for more information about how you can participate in the program locally!

Click here to learn more about the Start Smart program and how to participate as a facilitator, ambassador, campus or participant.


Implicit Association Test

Are you biased against women leaders? Knowing about the unconscious associations and connections we hold is the first step toward correcting our biases. That’s why AAUW is conducting our own original research on people’s associations between gender and leadership, and you can contribute by participating online!

Click here for the research