AAUW Spirit Wear

Order Your Spirit Wear Here

AAUWNN is now offering branch spirit wear in a variety of styles and colors. We also are now offering tote bags to carry all your purchases home! These stylish tops and quilted vests run true to size, are a very nice quality, and are perfect for a fall day!


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Annual Award Dinner and Celebration

May 14, 2019

Join us in celbrating all the great things our branch has done this year. Celebrate our accomplishments, vote for incoming officers, meet our scholarship winners, and learn who our named honoree is.

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Work Smart Logo

Are you career-ready? Transitioning jobs? Seeking a raise or promotion?

AAUW Work Smart helps you negotiate your salary for a new job, raise, or promotion.


Go to aauw.org and click on Work Smart to get started on this one hour online workshop.

It’s free!


Share with working family members and friends. The goal is to train 10,000,000 women in salary negotiation.

Equal Pay Day Tuesday April 2nd

Do Your Shopping With AmazonSmile!

We are now a registered charity partner of Amazon Smile! Amazon will donate a portion of all purchases you make, including with your Prime account, when you designate AAUWNN as your charity of choice.


Click here to register with Amazon Smile


Welcome to the AAUW Northville/Novi Branch

The Northville-Novi Branch was established in 1975 to promote equity and education for women and girls in the Northville-Novi area. The Branch supports a number of community action projects and we raise funds for local college scholarships. Most importantly, our Branch provides our members with opportunities to associate with like minded women and men through our activities and special interest groups. We join because of what AAUW stands for; we stay because of the friendships we make.

Visitors are welcome at all branch meetings. For information about our meeting times and locations, visit the Branch Programs link.

Our Branch Offers

  • A group of educated women with diverse backgrounds and experiences.
  • Informative monthly programs from September through May.
  • Varied interest groups.
  • Community based programs such as Let's Read Math, Career Path Day, Reading in the Schools, and Remember The Ladies.

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