Calling all Branches: you can make a difference – start by giving your high school students a voice on this topic. Host a Speech Trek! The 2021-2022 Speech Trek Topic: “I pledge allegiance to Read More
Speech Trek is a speaking contest open to all California high school
Speech Trek is an AAUW California Project that
begins on the branch level with a speech tournament for local students and
culminates with three top statewide finalists performing their five to six
minute speeches at the AAUW California convention/annual meeting in April.
Make sure your members know that donations to Speech Trek are tax deductible. Checks must be written to AAUW CA SPF, write Speech Trek in the memo line.
For more information, contact AAUW California Speech Trek Coordinator, Marlene Cain, [email protected].
Speech Trek, an annual speech contest, began in 2007 and is AAUW California's signature high school program. The contest is open to girls and boys who are actively enrolled in high school (grades Read More
Speech Trek unveiled a new logo in December 2020. You may download the images for use in your Speech Trek Competitions. Read More
Many branches keep in touch with their former Tech Trekkers. Some former campers have even built their own "Keep in Touch" groups. In this workshop you will learn how to track down and guide these Read More
Watch this informative webinar to learn how to create and manage a Speech Trek competition. You'll learn how Speech Trek can: Increase your visibility Showcase your mission Encourage community Read More
As AAUW California Speech Trek enters its 15th season in 2021, we remembered the past and thanked the Gray Allen family, who for twelve years generously supported Speech Trek in honor of Eleanor Stem Read More
AAUW CA launched Speech Trek in 2007, and seeks to promote understanding and communication of gender-equity and mission-critical issues among high school students through their research, preparation Read More
Since 2007, Speech Trek has been showcasing talented young people responding to topics related to AAUW's mission. Contests at branch and state levels provide students with opportunities to develop and Read More
Nikhita Gopisetty – 1st Place Morgan Hill Branch Nikhita is active in the Speech and Debate Club as well as the Newspaper Club. She is also Captain of the Women’s Varsity Tennis Team and Stage Read More
Sharon Lu - 1st Place Alhambra-San Gabriel Branch Sharon was involved in Speech and Debate, Basketball, Mock Trial, and National Honor Society. She will attend Wellesley College in the fall of 2016 Read More