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AAWCC – PCC Chapter

American Association for Women in Community Colleges


Paint night 2020AAWCC pins members created in the Sylvania MakerLabResume workshop panelMaking holiday lanternsBlack light bowling with other regional community college AAWCC membersSpeaker at the Fall Conference

Become a member

Any person interested in supporting the mission of AAWCC, to inspire, champion, and celebrate the talents within each of us, may become a member on the local, state, and/or national level. We encourage you to join your PCC chapter and get involved on the local level.

Upcoming activities

Join us this year for a great line up of events. AAWCC members and non-members are welcome.

You can also access the AAWCC Google calendar so you’ll never miss an event!

Summer Conference Social Hour
  • Date: Wednesday, July 13
  • Time: 7pm
  • Location: Orchid Room at the Oregon Garden Resort (just follow the disco music)

Appetizers! 70’s trivia! Do the hustle! Board games! Pet rocks! (You are welcome to bring adult beverages from the Fireside Lounge just down the hall).

AAWCC Oregon Summer Conference
Finding Y(our) Groove!

Come reconnect or make new connections and enjoy the amazing keynote speakers, Moe Carrick and Alex and Amy Crooks. Learn how to plan your retirement from where ever you are at the PERS workshop and hear from a panel of ladies those who came before us on why AAWCC is needed! Learn about the event and speakers on the AAWCC Summer Conference website.


Additional information

Become an AAWCC Campus Representative!

We're seeking one person each from Rock Creek and Southeast Campuses to act as AAWCC Campus Representatives.

Your low-commitment role would be to plan small events at your campus during the academic year, help plan district-wide AAWCC events, and to attend monthly Board meetings and a summer planning session. The Board meets on the 3rd Thursday of each month at 2pm (this is flexible).

If interested, send an email to one of our current Board members.