Welcome to the North County African American Women's Association
Thank you for visiting our website! I am pleased to have you make contact with us. The women of NCAAWA are hard working, dedicated individuals who wish to make a positive, lasting contribution to their communities. We are actively engaged in many causes that support helping others in our area. We hope that you will see something on this website that connects with your goals or aims which will cause you to join us to fulfill them. This fun loving group of women understands that there is no greater joy than sharing with others.
Come to our next meeting or event and see for yourself how you can become involved in doing something good! Our General Meetings are held every 4th Thursday of the month.
Respectfully yours, Edith Jones, President NCAAWA
Happy Birthday to all of our Members with December Birthdays!
Connect With Us:
Keep up with the NCAAWA on Facebook and Twitter and join our LinkedIn and Meetup groups!
Thank you to all of our wonderful Chefs and guests who participated in our 17th Annual Gentlemen's Gourmet! Read more about our event!
We meet the 4th Thursday of every month at the MiraCosta College Community Learning Center! Next Meeting:January 23, 2014. Learn more
The NCAAWA is an all inclusive organization with the mission to provide a support network through education, health awareness, and life skills programs for women and girls in San Diego North County! We invite you to join our organization! Learn more about our Membership Options and fill out our Membership Application.
Congratulations to our members Rose McDaniel and Elaine Swan who were honored at the NSDC NAACP's 25th Annual Blue and Gold Freedom Fund Awards GALA.
The North County African American Women's Association is pleased to announce the Scholarship Application for our annual scholarship awards is now released as of November 1, 2013.
Scholarship Applications will be accepted January 1- March 31, 2014.
The NCAAWA Scholarship Program was created to assist African American female members of the community desirous of acquiring higher education from an academic institution, i.e., four-year college, community college, ROP, trade or technical school.Graduate students enrolled in a degree program are also eligible.
The North County African American Women’s Association Scholarships