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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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How Can You Contribute to the Future?
SWE works with companies and organizations of all sizes to advocate for the full inclusion of women in engineering and technology. Below are links to our common partnership and sponsorship opportunities. Please contact Jennifer Scott, Director of Fund Development, at 312.596.5220 or via email to learn more about these opportunities.

Our Leadership Begins With You.
Over the last six decades, SWE has made great strides in attracting women of all ages to the incredible opportunities an engineering career path can provide. We're proud of our success and equally grateful for the sponsors and partners who have made our progress possible. But while we've come a long way, there is still much work to do. 

A Growing Challenge.
Universities have seen only slight growth in the numbers of women entering and graduating from engineering programs in comparison to law and medical programs. Our goal is to increase the number of women graduating with engineering degrees from 18% to 30% by 2020. 

Build. Nurture. Celebrate.
As a sponsor or partner, you can help support critical outreach programs that build and nurture interest in engineering careers among middle and high school age girls. SWE also funds many initiatives that help women advance and succeed in engineering and champions the life-changing contributions women engineers make in our society. Your support at any level is a vital part of the work we do!

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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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