AAUW is ready to empower students across the United States to stand up to gender stereotypes and biases. The 2014–15 AAUW Campus Action Project (CAP) grants, sponsored by Pantene, will give students on up to 12 campuses the opportunity to put their ideas into action and put an end to tired, old biases and stereotypes.
Applicants must be affiliated with accredited, degree-granting, nonprofit institutions in the United States. Priority consideration is given to AAUW college/university partner member institutions. The CAP team must be composed of at least two undergraduate students and a campus professional as the project adviser. Additional campus professionals, graduate students, and undergraduate students are encouraged to join the team. The project adviser must be a campus faculty member or staff professional who will assume programmatic and fiscal responsibility for the project. An AAUW state organization or branch representative must serve as a community liaison to the CAP team. Find and contact a branch near you.The project must be completed by the end of May 2015.Former CAP grantees may apply.
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