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SWE Condemns Violence Against the AAPI Community
In light of recent events, SWE is issuing a statement condemning both the recent acts of violence and an overall increase in hate-crimes against the Asian American and Pacific Islanders (AAPI) communities across the United States. Read more on All Together.
as a champion of women engineers for nearly 70 years
The Society of Women Engineers is the world’s largest advocate and catalyst for change for women in engineering and technology.
SWE members around the globe
of women who have left the engineering profession cite organizational climate as the reason.
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Join a society of pioneers, advocates, and mentors who support and guide your collegiate and professional journey, and celebrate your lifelong accomplishments. You gain a vast pool of resources to nurture your personal and career development. And, you impact the future of engineering and technology.
The World's Largest Conference for Women Engineers & Technologists, WE21, is just around the corner. Join us, on October 21 - 23, in Indianapolis to hear from inspiring women speakers who are changing our world through STEM. Learn more.
eXXec is the Society of Women Engineers’ Executive Leadership Program, created to deliver actionable high-performance senior-level executives. The objective of SWE’s Executive Leadership Program is to provide a holistic approach to professional development for women executives in engineering. eXXec takes place June 14-17, 2021.
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Affinity group, black history month, Diversity and Inclusion, Member News
Meet and learn about three SWEsters in the SWE's African American Affinity Group: Sherrie Rippe, Trenisha Tait, and Monica Brown Challenger.
For SWENexters, K-12 Outreach, SWENext, women's history
March is Women’s History Month – an annual celebration of achievements of women and their central role within US/ global history. The following feature details the accomplishments of female engineers.
day in the life, For SWENexters, K-12 Outreach, SWENext
Dominique is a Senior Industrialization Engineer at Rockwell Automation. Learn more about her work in manufacturing and how you can #BeThatEngineer!