To better support K-12 outreach and SWENext participants, our SWE Committees are dedicated to providing high-quality content and resources to help develop SWENexters’ STEM identity in the pursuit of a career in engineering and technology.
Want to promote your outreach event? Take a look at our “Promote Your Events” section to learn more about how to add your event to our monthly events newsletter!
SWE’s influence reaches across the globe. Click here to view the location on various SWENext Clubs and click here to view the locations of various SWE sections.
SWE is here to support your outreach efforts, and we send a bi-monthly newsletter highlighting all events to SWENext participants at the beginning and middle of each month.
If you would like your event highlighted, please fill out this form by the deadlines below:
- Submit by 20th day of the month for highlight at the end of the month (target 30th of each month)
- If you need to promote an event that happens before the 20th please submit it for the previous month’s newsletter.
If you have any questions or feedback about this process, please email us at email@example.com.
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Each month, women engineers serving on SWE’s Student Programs and Outreach Committees send newsletters directly to our SWENexters and adult advocates, and educators. Specific to students’ grade level, the K-8 and 9-12 newsletters contain STEM career and education advice, including the SWEet Wisdom column, scholarship tips. and SWE announcements for upcoming awards and programming.
Adult advocates, parents/guardians, educators and counselors, and outreach practitioners! If you are looking for STEM educational tips, workshops, events, and resources to support outreach initiatives for SWENexters in their local STEM Community, you can sign up for the Adult Advocates Newsletter!
In order to receive the newsletters, please make sure you’ve signed up for the SWENext program or as an Adult Advocate using the “Join SWENext Here” or “Sign Up Here” buttons below.
Don’t forget to check out our blog posts in All Together that features additional resources and spotlights on engineering professionals, SWENext Clubs and SWENexters doing great work in their community under “Outreach” here!
Industrial Engineering – March 2022
Mechanical Engineering – February 2022
Foundations of Physics – January 2022
Coding and Computational Thinking – December 2021
Environmental Engineering – November 2021
Computer Science and Cybersecurity – October 2021
Civil Engineering – September 2021
Music Engineering – August 2021
Roller Coaster Engineering – June 2021
Engineering Management – May 2021
Software Engineering – April 2021
Mining Engineering – March 2021
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Check out the milestones to College preparation roadmaps. These will help high school students at all stages get a handle on what they should be focusing on and keeping track of on their path to getting into your perfect college!
Check out the SWENext High School Internship Resource Guide for information about STEM-based internships for high schoolers.
If you’re thinking about where to apply to college, check out the Exploring Colleges and SWE Sections video playlist for an awesome introduction to over forty colleges and universities, so you can choose the right engineering school for you!
Learn about our SWE Outreach and SWENext committee members that focus on K-12 outreach and their accomplishments for FY22 in the Celebrate SWE Outreach: A Year in Review for FY22 publication.
Read the Empowering Girls, Inspiring Engineers article about SWENext, featuring SWENexter Kavya! This article was produced by Futurum Careers, a free online resource and magazine aimed at encouraging 14-19-year-olds worldwide to pursue careers in science, tech, engineering, maths, medicine (STEM) and social sciences, humanities and the arts for people and the economy (SHAPE). For more information, teaching resources, and course and career guides, see www.futurumcareers.com.