AAUW-NYS YouTube Videos – NCCWSL, Cazenovia

Here you can find the links for the videos from the 2014 National Conference for College Women Student Leaders – NCCWSL, in Cazenovia.

 AAUW-NYS’s 2014 NCCWSL Panel – Part 1: Introductions

 Part 1: Introduction. Maria Ellis, AAUW-NYS Membership VP, introduces three 2014 NCCWSL student panelists from NYS and her co-host, Andrea Pedrick, President of the Jefferson County Branch. The students are: Danielle (Dani) Scott (Jefferson Community College), Alyssa McKenzie-Chery (Jefferson Community College), and Chochanmei (Cho) Oo (Utica College).

 NCCWSL, the National Conference for College Women Student Leaders, is where college women make their future what they want. America’s premier conference for college women, NCCWSL prepares attendees to be the next generation of leaders. Nearly 1,000 college women from every state and from around the world all met at the University of Maryland, College Park in June 2014.

 Filmed at the AAUW-NYS Summer Meeting on July 26, 2014 in Cazenovia, NY.

 http://youtu.be/Yz2AvxMrkDo (Intro: 4.51 minutes)

Part 2: NCCWSL Expectations. The panelists discuss their expectations for the conference and how those were met. The panelists are Maria Ellis, AAUW-NYS Membership VP, students Danielle (Dani) Scott (Jefferson Community College), Alyssa McKenzie-Chery (Jefferson Community College), Chochanmei (Cho) Oo (Utica College), and Andrea Pedrick, President of the Jefferson County Branch.

 NCCWSL, the National Conference for College Women Student Leaders, is where college women make their future what they want. America’s premier conference for college women, NCCWSL prepares attendees to be the next generation of leaders. Nearly 1,000 college women from every state and from around the world all met at the University of Maryland, College Park in June 2014.

 Filmed at the AAUW-NYS Summer Meeting on July 26, 2014 in Cazenovia, NY.

 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rpfhsrj-6ZA (Expectations: 6:29 minutes)

Part 3: What Does it Mean to be a Feminist? The panelists discuss their responses to this question as they moved through the NCCWSL weekend. The panelists are Maria Ellis, AAUW-NYS Membership VP, students Danielle (Dani) Scott (Jefferson Community College), Alyssa McKenzie-Chery (Jefferson Community College), Chochanmei (Cho) Oo (Utica College), and Andrea Pedrick, President of the Jefferson County Branch.

 NCCWSL, the National Conference for College Women Student Leaders, is where college women make their future what they want. America’s premier conference for college women, NCCWSL prepares attendees to be the next generation of leaders. Nearly 1,000 college women from every state and from around the world all met at the University of Maryland, College Park in June 2014.

 Filmed at the AAUW-NYS Summer Meeting on July 26, 2014 in Cazenovia, NY.

 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g-0OCwzQ4BQ   (Feminism: 8:34 minutes)

Part 4: How Will NCCWSL Impact Your Life? The panelists share what they learned and how it will inform their careers as students and in life. The panelists are Maria Ellis, AAUW-NYS Membership VP, students Danielle (Dani) Scott (Jefferson Community College), Alyssa McKenzie-Chery (Jefferson Community College), Chochanmei (Cho) Oo (Utica College), and Andrea Pedrick, President of the Jefferson County Branch.

 NCCWSL, the National Conference for College Women Student Leaders, is where college women make their future what they want. America’s premier conference for college women, NCCWSL prepares attendees to be the next generation of leaders. Nearly 1,000 college women from every state and from around the world all met at the University of Maryland, College Park in June 2014.

 Filmed at the AAUW-NYS Summer Meeting on July 26, 2014 in Cazenovia, NY.

 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O9PDfvzdoYs (Impact: 9:00 minutes)

Part 5: What Policy Issues Will You Focus On? The panelists discuss what public policy issues they will focus on as a result of NCCWSL. The panelists are Maria Ellis, AAUW-NYS Membership VP, students Danielle (Dani) Scott (Jefferson Community College), Alyssa McKenzie-Chery (Jefferson Community College), Chochanmei (Cho) Oo (Utica College), and Andrea Pedrick, President of the Jefferson County Branch.

 NCCWSL, the National Conference for College Women Student Leaders, is where college women make their future what they want. America’s premier conference for college women, NCCWSL prepares attendees to be the next generation of leaders. Nearly 1,000 college women from every state and from around the world all met at the University of Maryland, College Park in June 2014.

 Filmed at the AAUW-NYS Summer Meeting on July 26, 2014 in Cazenovia, NY.

 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zGx77HpiCJo  (PolicyConcerns: 10:31 minutes)

Part 7: How can you Share Your NCCWSL Experience With Your Community? The panelists discuss to engage their campuses and the AAUW community as a result their NCCSWL expereince. The panelists are Maria Ellis, AAUW-NYS Membership VP, students Danielle (Dani) Scott (Jefferson Community College), Alyssa McKenzie-Chery (Jefferson Community College), Chochanmei (Cho) Oo (Utica College), and Andrea Pedrick, President of the Jefferson County Branch.

 NCCWSL, the National Conference for College Women Student Leaders, is where college women make their future what they want. America’s premier conference for college women, NCCWSL prepares attendees to be the next generation of leaders. Nearly 1,000 college women from every state and from around the world all met at the University of Maryland, College Park in June 2014.

 Filmed at the AAUW-NYS Summer Meeting on July 26, 2014 in Cazenovia, NY.

 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L1IC1lutuNM (EngageAAUW)

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