By joining or supporting the American Association of University Women (AAUW) you will belong to a community that breaks through educational and economic barriers so that all women have a fair chance.
All branch Program Meetings will be held at the TBCC/OSU Partners For Rural Innovation Building 4506 Third Street, Tillamook, OR 97141 unless otherwise noted.
I am looking forward to welcoming Dr. Paul Jarrell, the new President of Tillamook Bay Community College as our presenter this Saturday, Feb. 17. We will not have a business meeting. It will only be the presentation this time. I would also like to let everyone know that it is Charity Drive week at Tillamook High School and there is a Brunch fundraiser at Pacific Restaurant on the same day as our meeting. It runs from 9 am – 2 pm. It is an opportunity for the membership to gather after the meeting socially if anyone is interested.
Saturday, February 17, 10 AM presentation by Dr. Paul Jarrell, TBCC President, location will be TBCC/OSU Partners For Rural Innovation Building 4506 Third Street, Tillamook, OR 97141.
The meeting can be attended via Zoom. Here is the link to participate.
SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS 2023
The Tillamook branch of AAUW provides thousands of dollars worth of scholarships for local students attending 2- and 4-year higher educational institutions. This year’s winners are Shelby Porter and Allison Wilkes (L to R in photos). Not shown, but our additional winner is Alaina Holm. Congratulations!
STEM Recognition Event, April 30, 2023
These seven students were nominated by their teachers as the most outstanding students in a STEM field. They are from the following schools and have achieved special recognition by AAUW Tillamook during our event held at Tillamook Bay Community College:
Tillamook High School: Shae Reynolds-Math and Technology; Emily Skaar-Science
Neah-Kah-Nie High School: Rachel Lee-Science; Samantha Swan-Math; Cade Weitzel-Technology
Nestucca High School: Lia Hull-Math; Brooklynn Goodwin-Science and Engineering
About TILLAMOOK Branch
The Tillamook branch of AAUW works together to promote the welfare, education, and rights of all women and girls.
With these goals in mind, the branch works on fundraising projects and other programs that promote math, science, and technology (STEM) education for girls by honoring nine high school women each year for their excellence in these fields and by providing thousands of dollars worth of scholarships for local women attending 2-and 4-year higher educational institutions.
Our community education projects include co-sponsorship of county spelling bees and the hosting of political forums so that citizens can meet the candidates and hear their views.