Society of Women Engineers

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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.


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.

eXXec is the Society of Women Engineers’ premier Executive Leadership Program


eXXec is the Society of Women Engineers’ premier Executive Leadership Program, created to deliver actionable high-performance strategies for mid- and senior-level executives. The objective of SWE’s Executive Leadership Program is to provide a holistic approach to professional development for women executives. eXXec takes place June 23-25, 2019.
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WE19 | November 7-9, 2019 | Anaheim, CA


Join us in Anaheim, California this November for the world's largest conference and career fair for women engineers. Learn more

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SWE Magazine Feature: “That’s What I Wanted to Do”

Soon-to-be centenarian Jeanne Brodie exemplifies the truisms, “once an engineer, always an engineer” and “once an artist, always an artist.” Possessing considerable abilities, determination, and resilience, she flourished in both disciplines.