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SWENext Pacesetters Award

The SWENext Pacesetter Award recognizes the outstanding young women shaping the future of SWE by developing an engineering identity in themselves and others. These awards are given to SWENexters in their junior and senior years of high school who have built a solid foundation toward future success and fulfillment in engineering by demonstrating intellectual curiosity, enthusiasm, persistence, and leadership. Learn more about our previous SWENext Pacesetter Award recipients.

Pacesetter Award Recipients receive the following:

  • An all-expenses paid trip to WE17, the SWE Annual Conference in Austin, for themselves and one other family member
  • Recognition for their accomplishments during the Celebrate SWE awards banquet
  • A 3D printed trophy and a certificate
  • Participation in the Emerging Leaders Institute, SWE’s mentoring program
  • Participation in Invent It. Build It., our flagship hands-on engineering event for young women
  • SWE Commemorative Shirt:” This is what a future engineer looks like” and other goodies

Link to open application OR date applications open – “link will be added”

 

SWENext Northrop Grumman Community Award

The SWENext Northrop Grumman Community Award hopes to encourage students to envision solutions to problems within their communities using science, technology, engineering or math (STEM), and show them they have the capacity to pursue STEM careers. These awards are given to SWENexters in their junior and senior years of high school who have been actively engaged in the SWE community, have a solid understanding of engineering principles, play a role in serving their own community, and demonstrate strong leadership skills. Learn more about our previous SWENext Northrop Grumman Community Award recipients.

Community Award Recipients receive the following:

  • A 3D printed trophy and a certificate
  • Participation in Community Award poster presentations
  • Participation in the SWENext DesignLab event as engineer’s assistant
  • SWE Commemorative Shirt:” This is what a future engineer looks like” and some goodies
  • Recognition for their accomplishments during the WE Local WE Achieve awards banquet
  • Each recipient will also receive $100 Amazon gift card

Link to open application OR date applications open – “link will be added”

 

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