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In May and June of 2014, the Society of Women Engineers (SWE) hosted a series of SWE Corporate Roundtable Discussions in an effort to begin the expansion of SWE programs and services into markets outside the United States. The purpose was to not only introduce SWE membership to companies that hire engineers, but also present other educational programs and social services that SWE has to offer corporate partners including awards, publications, SWE Advance, SWE Aspire, SWE Affiliates & SWE Ambassadors.
Corporations that are members of the SWE Corporate Partnership Council (CPC), as well as those companies that participate in the SWE Corporate Membership programs were invited to take part in this one-day workshop to learn more about SWE and discuss the role SWE can play in their country. More than 60 attendees from 24 companies participated across two cities in Europe and two cities in India. In-country corporate networks were formed as a follow up in these four markets with the goal hosting similar gatherings annually. The corporate networks include participants that work in human resources, professional development and training, diversity and inclusion, university relations or management.
SWE hopes to expand the SWE Corporate Networks & Roundtable Discussion each year by adding new cities and markets to the expansion list. Networks currently exist in Germany, United Kingdom, India (specifically Bangalore & Pune). If you live in one of these markets and would like to join a Corporate Network, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Sponsors of the spring series of SWE Corporate Roundtable Discussion include: Eaton, Halliburton, Honeywell, and John Deere.