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I AM WITH SWEWhen you join SWE you connect with a professional network of 34,000 enthusiastic, like-minded women engineers as well as professional development resources that members consistently rate as "excellent."

New Member Rates

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

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What is SWENext

swe next graphic 180x190SWENext is a way to become part of the Society of Women Engineers as a student through the age of 18. Become part of SWE and #BeThatEngineer! Joining is free.

Families and educators play a key role in the success of SWENexters. The SWENext program offers resources and information for adult advocates as well.

Who can be a SWENexter?

Any girl 13 or older may join SWENext. For those younger than 13, a parent will need to be the primary contact. We also encourage parents to join regardless of the age of their daughter.

For students under 13 - Please complete the application to join.

For students 13 and over - Please complete the application to join.

Adult advocates who would like to be on the SWENext mailing list - Please complete the mailing list form.

Who can support a SWENexter?

Families, educators, and SWE members

Click here to learn more about SWENext benefits for girls, families, and educators.

Interested in starting a SWENext Club? Learn more here.

Are you a SWENexter who will be eligible for a scholarship soon? Click here for more information.

Are you interested with connecting with a real-life engineer? Click here for more information.

SWE offers membership to K-12 educators. Learn more about benefits.

Share our educator membership flyer with your colleagues.

Click here to learn more about engineering resources for girls and young women.

Click here to take part in fun engineering activities with SWENext.

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Thank you for your interest in SWE's Outreach for students. We are sending you to EngineerGirl.

Their website contains great information for exploring and pursuing a career in engineering. You can meet real engineers, find scholarships, participate in contests and become part of SWE through our SWENext program. It's your time to BeThatEngineer!

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