She's the First at American University

She's the First is a national nonprofit that spreads awareness and raises money for girls' education in low income countries.

She's the First is a global nonprofit that empowers college students to become advocates for girls' education on their college campuses, and fundraise to sponsor quality education for first-generation female scholars in low-income countries. American University's chapter was established in 2012.

Operating as usual

11/30/2020

We are wrapping up the semester with a movie night! This Wednesday at 8 pm, come watch “Girl Rising” - a film about the power of education to change a girl, and the world. The trailer is linked in our bio, and the zoom link will be in our bio on Wednesday! Join us to be inspired and to celebrate all the work STF has done in this fall semester ✨

Photos from She's the First at American University's post 10/20/2020

Trigger Warning: gender based violence, femicide, r**e, sexual assault, and Covid-19⁣

This month’s GAP will be a conversation surrounding the impact of COVID-19 on millions of girls’ access to education in low-income communities and the threats this has posed to girls’ safety. We will also look into the response to this emergency and the power and brilliance displayed by these girls. ⁣

Join us Wednesday 8 pm EST! You will find the zoom link in your inbox!

Photos from She's the First at American University's post 10/14/2020

Take a break from studying for midterms, and come chat with your STF fam 💙

Our new Freshman Liaison, Qudsia, is leading this week’s study break, and she is so excited to get to know you all! Zoom link will be in your inboxes soon :) Wednesday 8 pm EST! Keep reading to learn a little bit about Qudsia!

Name: Qudsia Saeed
Pronouns: she/her/hers
Major: Undeclared
What do I do to relax: I like to read, scrapbook, and spend time in nature to relax.
Fun Fact: I was born and raised in Pakistan and moved to the United States when I was 12.

09/08/2020

Our first meeting is Wednesday, September 9th, at 8pm EST. You're invited!!

Photos from She's the First at American University's post 08/21/2020

Let’s talk about Criminalization of Black Girls in Schools. Did you know that Black girls are 6 times more likely than white girls to be suspended? This infographic will introduce you to the topic, but we encourage you to keep learning using the recommended resources.

TODAY IS THE DAY! For the next 24 hours, STF American will be fundraising for the AU Freedom Fund. To donate, please venmo and write STF American in the note. Your donation will directly support Black and Migrant communities at The Young Center, Black Women's Health Imperative, and Sanctuary DMV!!

Photos from She's the First at American University's post 07/03/2020

TGIF change-makers!!✨ What better way to spend the weekend than checking out our resource recs from Julia & Amanda! 🎞🌤📗

@ She's the First at American University

06/02/2020

Read it, then read it again. Our STF AU official statement of solidarity against racism and acts of hate. 🤝 There is no gender justice without racial justice. 🤝

Full statement below and we will be continuously sharing resources moving forward to encourage our members to be actively anti-racist change-makers today, tomorrow, and every day from here on out.

Fall 2020 STF E-Board Application 04/14/2020

A friendly reminder that E-board applications for Fall 2020 are due TONIGHT !!! Feel free to message us about any questions or concerns about the positions or overall organization - we love to see new faces getting involved with leadership & can give any guidance along the way! 😄🚺✨ App takes ~ 5-15 mins!

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfqVa7WSp5Vhbtlv9j8ckYF9-6Mlk7yIEeaXDEqW4dG5-NEDA/viewform?fbclid=IwAR3dFN8mAKJXEeuJLV3JBKFdOGh6rMGawuq4l-jc9EaUuQEiYethLbelgZY

Fall 2020 STF E-Board Application

Photos from She's the First at American University's post 04/05/2020

🌿👟Want to support STF from home? Feeling tired of being inside all day? Great news!!! You can download “Charity Miles” to support 💠She’s the First💠 - and it requires no monetary contribution from you! Leave it to the organization to pledge $ based on your distance walked, just download the app, choose STF, and get moving (at a safe distance from others)!! ☀️🌷✨

You can join our STF team at: https://miles.app.link/SvKi7qTHr5

03/03/2020

🌐 We’re tabling in MGC from 2-4pm today, swing by to say hi and make some bracelets for girls education !!! 🌐 Reminder: Our GAP meeting on •Women in Politics• is tomorrow night at 8pm in SIS 120 — co-hosted by AU College Democrats 🗳🏛✨ You don’t want to miss it!!

Photos from She's the First at American University's post 02/19/2020

Please read our statement on recent incidents involving American University students. These actions and use of hateful language are unacceptable and inexcusable. Reach out to any members of our chapter for campus resources or personal inquiries as needed.

Core Power Yoga Sign up form 11/05/2019

Our next fundraiser is our annual event at CorePower Yoga in Tenleytown! 🧘‍♀️🧘‍♂️This year, we've partnered up to raise money for girls education through promoting a healthy lifestyle and opening up a discounted Yoga Sculpt class this Thursday at 6:30 PM - as spots are limited (about 40 open) you won't want to miss the opportunity! 🚴‍♀️✨ You can sign up on our google doc below to reserve your spot, and we encourage attending about 15 mins early to get set up for the start of an amazing class for an even better cause ! 🤩

Hope to see you there! https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScfOQyKg4ZR5j9BSXlLNUF-RlWusEp5ZaZZ3WlcFgbBLeJqIA/viewform?fbclid=IwAR1m5BueIiho-rJuIVjX9ogPEbgOwFYdwjujVCmtc4H-KBzTMap0D5mOcWE

Core Power Yoga Sign up form

09/21/2019

The picnic has been moved to in front of the Student Health Center!

Timeline photos 09/20/2019

Tomorrow! On the Quad! at 2PM!

A quick reminder that we are having our She's the First picnic for members, new students, and everyone else interested in girls education and having a positive global impact! There will be snacks, blankets, and backyard games as well as plenty of opportunity to learn more about What We Do and how to get involved on and off campus to support girls education globally :) We hope to see you there, don't be a stranger and bring your friends!!

Timeline photos 04/25/2019

Congrats to our new fall eboard!! So excited to see how our next semester will go!

Photos from She's the First at American University's post 12/06/2018

Congratulations to our Spring 2019 E-Board! Looking forward to what next semester will bring. We hope everyone’s surviving finals! Swipe to see how She’s the First is feeling!

Timeline photos 12/05/2018

Hey STF Fam! We know it’s a stressful time of year as you’re gearing up for finals. Come out to our last meeting of the night to hang out and de-stress before finals week! Feel free to bring a snack to share. Hope to see you there!

Timeline photos 11/13/2018

Instead of our usual Wednesday meeting tomorrow night, we will be attending AU NAACP’s annual Thanksgiving Dinner. We are so excited to be co-sponsoring this awesome event! All proceeds from ticket sales will benefit the DC education non-profit Soul. Make sure to purchase your tickets at this link: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/au-naacp-annual-thanksgiving-dinner-tickets-51624440090. Get ready for a night of fun and delicious food!

Timeline photos 11/07/2018

Tonight we will be having our weekly meeting in SIS 102. Join us for a discussion about the midterm elections and some fun bonding games! Looking forward to seeing you!

Timeline photos 11/06/2018

Make sure you get out there today and vote or send in your ballots! Also, don’t forget that TONIGHT is the AU Dems Election Night Watch Party! Can’t wait to see you all at 7 pm in SIS!

Timeline photos 11/01/2018

Election Day is only FIVE days away! Remember to send in those absentee ballots, and join us on the night of the 6th for the AU Dems Election Night Watch Party! RSVP to the event here: https://www.facebook.com/events/364634477654578/

Timeline photos 10/31/2018

Happy Halloween everyone! Reminder that there is NO meeting tonight. Enjoy your night off and eat lots of candy!

Photos from She's the First at American University's post 10/30/2018

Thank you to everyone who came out to our Day of the Girl Summit this past Saturday! If you missed the event and still want to see the awesome panels we had, videos are up on our page!

10/27/2018

DOTG Women in the Environment Panel 2018

10/27/2018

Women in Sports Panel 2018

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Videos (show all)

Meet the E-Board!
DOTG Women in the Environment Panel 2018
Women in Sports Panel 2018
Day of the Girl 2018 Girls’ Education Panel
A beautiful morning on the National Mall with She's the First GW and She's the First at The Catholic University of Ameri...
Introducing our final panel, Women in Business, with Esra Ozturk, Melanie Anderson, and Sarah Broderick. This panel is m...
Watch our panel about the modern advocate moderated by Charlotte Bleemer. Panelists include Mattison Johnston, Vidyamali...
Day of the Girl Women in STEM panel with Donna Dietz, Marian McKee, Shannon Turner, and Heather Hollen.
Opening remarks for Day of the Girl and first panel on Race and Education in the US.
The grand finale - Grace Kelly singing the STF anthem! Thank you @shesthefirst for an incredible weekend!!! #STFSummit
The grand finale - Grace Kelly singing the STF anthem! Thank you @shesthefirst for an incredible weekend!!! #STFSummit

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4400 Massachusetts Avenue NW
Washington D.C., DC
20016
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