Welcome to CFUW Victoria

 

CFUW Victoria is a member club in the Canadian and International Federation of University Women. Learn more about women making a difference at cfuw.org and ifuw.org .

Who are we?

We are entrepreneurs, artists, volunteers, students, public servants, and professionals in many fields. In all stages of life, you will find members to inspire and support your endeavours: Mentoring, After 5 Network, Neighbourhood Groups, Activity Groups, Monthly Meetings .

We value education and lifelong learning and create opportunities for continuing education in the company of stimulating women – within the club and internationally via webinars and conferences.

Every year we provide 23 scholarships and bursaries totaling over $25,000 to women attending the University of Victoria, Royal Roads University, and Camosun College.

We are an organization that collaboratively develops policy to speak with a common voice in support of rights and opportunities, especially access to education for women and children. Have a look at our Resolutions.

Interact with women who are open and interested in friendship and shared activities through Activity groups and Neighbourhood groups. See more events on our calendar and list of monthly meetings.

Learn more about becoming a member or contact us about attending a meeting.

 
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