Since its establishment, the National Association of University Women (NAUW) has clearly established itself as a public service organization that strives to confront the problems of African-Americans and, hence, all Americans.
A wide range of programs addressing education, health, international development, and political awareness and involvement has emerged and evolved over the years.
In realizing its mission, the NAUW will provide an extensive array of public-service activities through its Four-Point Program. The Four-Point Program is designed for all branches, large or small. Simply select the programs that your branch would like to participate in, use the suggestions listed, and tailor your activities to deliver the results needed for a successful outcome.
Learn more about NAUW-CAC and the programs we support.
The National Association of University Women is a public service organization that strives to confront the problems of all Americans. Many programs addressing education, health, international development, and strengthening of the African American family have emerged and evolved over the years. Today, programs remain the heart of NAUW and our new Six-Point Program is designed to improve the lives of others with innovative and high-impact programs. All branches will creatively implement programs that will effectively serve their respective communities.
HEALTH AND WELLNESS
POLITICAL AWARENESS/CIVIC ENGAGEMENT