Indiana AAUW
Last Updated April 5, 2014; comments to aauw.indiana@yahoo.com

~NCCWSL - INDIANA~


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National Conference for College Women Student Leaders

{celebrating 29th year, 2014}

 

Indiana college students who have been sponsored by Indiana State Board scholarship or local branches [college year and major, year of scholarship]:

 

2006: Christine Knight, ISU, junior, Social Work/Women's Studies

 

2007: Fort Wayne sponsored Tiara Kincaid, 5th year senior, Ball State, dance/secondary education

 

2008: Esther Garcia, Purdue-Calumet

 

2009: Franklin College: Elizabeth Kuka, sophomore, Spanish/Leadership/Psychology Megan Mattingly, sophomore, Spanish/Public Relations/Leadership

 

2010: Tina Peters, Student from Goshen College, sponsored by Goshen branch

 

2011: Connie Sisson (sponsored by Indiana State University), Christina Lynelle Dunbar (from IUPUI, AAUW State scholarship)

 

2012: Jennifer Randall (IU-SB Women's Studies/Anthropology double major)

 

2013: Goshen College student

Lyndsay Cooper (IU-Southeast)

 

2014: Kaylee Fox (Indiana State University), with AAUW State Board scholarship

Emily Richardson (University of St. Francis), with Fort Wayne Branch support

 

Several other students from ISU, with support from ISU

 

 

NCCWSL 2013: more than 700 students participated!

State NCCWSL interim REPRESENTATIVE for 2014:
Patricia Crouch

2014-2016: Diane Scholfield

State-level scholarship $500 covers Early Bird Registration plus a little left over for travel expenses.

2014 SUBMISSION DEADLINE: MARCH 30   

Email July 11, 2012 from Kate Farrar
Director, AAUW Leadership Programs

The 2012 National Conference for College Women Student Leaders (NCCWSL) was a huge success! Students enjoyed inspiring presentations by six outstanding honorees at the Women of Distinction Awards ceremony, attended skill-building workshops, heard from motivating speakers, and participated in enjoyable and educational pre-conference activities. Because of your invaluable support, nearly 600 women student leaders from 43 states; Washington, D.C.; Jamaica; Bermuda; and Guam attended the conference. This was the largest attendance in the event’s 27-year history! Eighty-seven percent of attendees who completed our 2012 survey said that they are more likely to take a leadership role on campus as a result of NCCWSL. Ninety-six percent said that they would be successful at leading others as a result of NCCWSL.

Again this year AAUW members provided outstanding support through the NCCWSL Scholarship Fund and General Fund, and many members supported students from their own communities. In fact, more than 140 AAUW states, branches, and individual members sponsored students to attend or contributed to the Scholarship Fund or General Fund. We are confident that, with your help, we will be able to help even more students attend next year and provide yet another outstanding event for them to enjoy.

Your support is deeply appreciated. We’ve received great feedback about the conference from students and administrators alike, and we thank you for the dedication and hard work you put forth to continue NCCWSL’s success. We ask that you now reach out to these students to learn about their experiences, share your own stories, strengthen your AAUW community, and help shape our future. We at the national office are also following up with all these attendees. Don’t be surprised if you hear from a student in your community who would like to get involved with your AAUW branch.

The list of students who attended NCCWSL from 2006 to 2012 who shared their contact information can be requested by e-mailing nccwsl@aauw.org. We are delighted to be able to provide this list to you to facilitate a stronger connection among states, branches, and NCCWSL alumnae. Please reach out to these students and make that connection! Make sure to review the 2012 NCCWSL Highlights and NCCWSL: Make a Connection to find out about the many ways you can help build college women’s leadership, AAUW membership, and college/university recruitment. You can view even more highlights, video clips, photos, and testimonials on our website at www.nccwsl.org. If you have any questions, please e-mail us at nccwsl@aauw.org or call 800/326-2289, Monday through Friday, 10 a.m.–5 p.m. EDT.
 


 

Tina Peters, 2010 attendee

 

 

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