Empowering the Next Generation:
To improve the representation of underrepresented groups in the engineering and technology workforce, we need to increase the interest of those students to become engineers. One way to do this is by encouraging pre-college students to join the Society of Women Engineers SWENext program to build self-confidence and critical thinking skills and develop a STEM identity. It is FREE to join.
Our Hashtags & Handles
- #SWENext #BeThatEngineer
- Tag @SWENext in all your posts.
- Best Practices & Sample Posts
Sharable Graphics & Video
Adding a picture, graphic, or video to your social media post always boosts engagement. Check out these downloadable graphics that are ready for you to use depending on your involvement with SWENext.
SWENext offers a variety of resources for students, educators, SWE members, and adult advocates. Included below are recruitment flyers, outreach resources, and presentations for your use.
- SWENext Logos
- SWENext Flyer
- SWENext Brochure
- SHLA Flyer
- SWENext Connect
- SWENext Bookmark
- Educator Bookmark
- SWENext Flyer for High School Students
- Constance & Nano Comics
- SWENext Customizable 6 Foot 4-Sided Tablecloth
- SWENext Girl Scout Event Patches (10 Pack)
- SWENext Clubs
The STEM Pathways digital library provides an in-depth view of different career options in engineering and technology.
Engineers are always finding creative, exciting ways to make our world awesome! Join Constance and Nano on their engineering adventures to see how fun solving problems with science, engineering, technology and math can be! Download their latest adventure for FREE and share it with your friends, parents and teachers!