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Submit to the PepsiCo Student Engineering Challenge by July 5, 2019

Collegiate members: Enter the PepsiCo Student Engineering Challenge to innovate your way to the largest conference for women in engineering!
Swe And Pepsico Announce Third Annual Student Engineering Challenge

COLLEGIATE MEMBERS: Innovate your way to the largest conference for women in engineering! Submit to the PepsiCo Student Engineering Challenge by July 5, 2019.


The 5th Annual PepsiCo/SWE Student Engineering Challenge is an opportunity for undergraduate students to ideate engineering innovations for one of the largest food and beverage companies across the globe – talk about a resume builder! Plus, you could win a trip to WE19, SWE’s annual conference and career fair in Anaheim, California.

Team up with up to four of your classmates and enter before July 5!

The PepsiCo/SWE Student Engineering Challenge provides the opportunity for you to respond to a challenge stemming from one of three topics: eCommerce, Zero Waste or Process Optimization. All challenges are directly correlated to product development and process improvement at PepsiCo. Click here for more details about the challenges.

The top three engineering teams will be invited to attend SWE’s annual conference, WE19, in Anaheim, California, to be recognized and present their solutions to a panel of PepsiCo judges. Cash prizes will be awarded to to each team member for first, second and third place.

submit to the pepsico student engineering challenge by july 5, 2019

Check out photos from last year’s challenge! You can also read a first-hand account of last year’s challenge from a participant.

Applications close on July 5. Get a team together and apply today!

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