The Community College Affiliate Support and Expansion (CCASE) Program offers free memberships and professional development stipends to encourage women in community college to connect with SWE and pursue a STEM degree. The CCASE Program was developed based on the findings from our community college research. Find out more about the CCASE Program here.

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The Society of Women Engineers promotes much-needed systemic changes to increase gender equality in engineering and technology through its support and involvement in research that informs policies and practices.

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Download an infographic that provides a snapshot of the latest data on women in engineering and technology, including degrees awarded, top engineering disciplines for women, and the representation of women engineers in the workforce.

SWE cultivates the potential of women engineers through a global network of professionals that provide mentorship and training opportunities for those entering or pursuing an engineering career. From elementary school to high school, from college to career, SWE offers a variety of programming to meet the needs of our members, educators, and corporate partners.