Support SWE’s Congressional Outreach Day from Your Computer!

This week, over 150 members of the Society of Women Engineers and our partners will convene in Washington, DC to meet with elected officials and advocate for policies that support the full inclusion of women engineers in the workforce.
Capitol Hill SWE’s Advocacy Contributes to Increase in STEM Education Funding

To increase the exposure of our presence on Capitol Hill this week, we invite you to support our advocacy efforts.

Use SWE’s Legislative Action Center to send a message to your federally elected officials to support SWE’s presence and advocacy efforts in DC.

SWE is a non-partisan organization with individual members who are from both major political parties. We are organizing around the bi-partisan desire to grow the United States economy and support a strong and educated workforce. To be globally competitive, the U.S. must attract a diverse and inclusive STEM workforce to address talent shortages in these sectors and foster innovation.

Please use our Legislative Action Center today to send a letter to your federally elected officials to offer your support for our joint work and mission.

Want to be more involved? Here are some ideas:

  1. Text SWE Public Policy to 56512 to sign-up for SWE Public Policy text alerts.
  2. Download the talking points SWE members will use to advocate for women in engineering in DC this week to learn more about current issues impacting diversity in STEM.
  3. Read these SWE Advocate Profiles of women who have attended SWE’s Congressional Outreach Day before and learn more about why it is important to be a SWE Advocate.
  4. Listen to SWE’s Recent Podcast on Congressional Outreach.