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Experience success on your own termsWhen you join SWE you connect with a professional network of 27,000 enthusiastic, like-minded women engineers as well as professional development resources that members consistently rate as "excellent."

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Collegiate » $20/year
Professional » $120*
*Based upon professional membership type.

Collegiate Competitions Overview

Showcase your skills and imagination! SWE Collegiate Competitions include a variety of challenging programs, projects, and special activities that build valuable hands-on experience while sharpening your leadership, technical, and problem-solving abilities. Please see below for an overview of the current competitions and to download submission packets. Please note that deadlines vary for each award and late or incomplete submissions will be not accepted. For general questions about Collegiate Competitions, please contact

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PepsiCo products are enjoyed by consumers 1 billion times a day in more than 200 countries and territories around the world, and PepsiCo is always looking to expand its reach.

Due to limited access to certain natural resources (such as: clean water, energy, reliable agriculture sources) PepsiCo must find innovative ways to connect with and help consumers in emerging markets as well as domestic markets. PepsiCo must also strategically find ways to make advances in areas of sustainability.

Your challenge is…
PepsiCo is looking to leverage young engineers to identify disruptive innovations – innovations that impact us across every function and country to address unmet needs and improve the way in which we make, move and sell our products while doing so in a way that furthers PepsiCo’s commitment to environmental sustainability as well as its impact on society.

More info and submission details at:

Emphasizes the ability to deliver outstanding visual presentations

Emphasizes the importance of teamwork and interface with industry in the engineering educational process.

The Subject Matter Expert (SME) Bowl is a competition that challenges collegiate members in the areas of science, math, physics, engineering, and technology, and also challenges them in their knowledge of SWE history and policies

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