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Follow the people and organizations that have shaped the world of women in engineering and technology. SWE News Archives keep you abreast of all the major industry events, noteworthy publications and member achievements. Also access archived articles from our All Together newsletter.

WE Local San Jose Invites Women Engineers for Personal and Professional Development

CHICAGO, IL (Jan. 10, 2017) – The Society of Women Engineers (SWE) has localized its annual conference and career fair, WE, and is bringing the educational and professional development event to San Jose Feb. 24-26, 2017 at the San Jose Marriott. WE is one of the most sought-after events for women engineers and college students pursuing STEM, and the new, localized version, WE Local, provides San Jose engineers an opportunity for furthering education, professional development and networking right in their local area. WE Local San Jose will featu...

WE Local Pittsburgh Invites Women Engineers for Personal and Professional Development

CHICAGO, IL (Jan. 10, 2017) – The Society of Women Engineers (SWE) has localized its annual conference and career fair, WE, and is bringing the educational and professional development event to Pittsburgh Feb. 17-19, 2017 at the Omni William Penn Hotel. WE is one of the most sought-after events for women engineers and college students pursuing STEM, and the new, localized version provides Pittsburgh engineers an opportunity for furthering education, professional development and networking right in their local area. WE Local Pittsburgh is the fi...

Washington Update: Looking Forward to 2017

SWE will work with the incoming Congress and new administration to strengthen America’s schools and the STEM workforce by ensuring equal opportunity for women and girls in STEM education and careers. The post Washington Update: Looking Forward to 2017 appeared first on All Together.

The Society of Women Engineers (SWE) Announces the 2016 Winners of The Annual Pepsico/SWE Student Engineering Challenge

CHICAGO, IL (Nov. 22, 2016) – The 2016 PepsiCo/Society of Women Engineers (SWE) Student Engineering Challenge has awarded eight students from three universities across the nation for exceptional thinking and innovation in their submissions for this year’s challenge. This is the second year that SWE and PepsiCo have teamed up to execute the challenge, which invited engineering undergrad students to develop original, technical solutions that would improve elements of PepsiCo’s operations, promote sustainability and make a positive impact on socie...

WE16 Wraps Up With Record Attendance

World’s Largest Conference for Women in Engineering and Technology Continues to Grow CHICAGO (Nov. 2, 2016) – The Society of Women Engineers’ annual conference and career fair, WE16, set record attendance this year in Philadelphia, drawing more than 11,500 attendees to the Pennsylvania Convention Center Oct. 27-29, 2016. The conference featured educational sessions, interactive discussions and workshops for women engineers at every stage of their career from the collegiate level to seasoned professional. WE16’s special event, Invent it. Build i...

Society of Women Engineers and iRelaunch Officially Launch the 2017 STEM Re-entry Task Force

Expands Large-Scale Effort to Increase the Number of Technical Women in the STEM Sector CHICAGO (Oct. 25, 2016) –  Following the success of the inaugural STEM Reentry Task Force, the Society of Women Engineers (SWE) and iRelaunch have partnered with a new group of global engineering companies to offer more internships in 2017 for professionals returning to work from career breaks. The 2017 STEM Reentry Task Force is announced on the brink of WE16, SWE’s annual conference and career fair which is expected to draw 10,000 attendees. For the f...
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