Calling all 6th–12th grade SWENexters!
SWE invites our SWENexters to the world’s largest conference for women engineers—WE19—held this year at the Anaheim Convention Center in Anaheim, California from November 7th thru the 9th! Check out the helpful info below to decide how you should spend your time at WE19.
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I’m a 9th–12th grader and I am…
…STEM CURIOUS. I want to learn more about engineering.
Your ideal program: Invent It. Build It. (IIBI) High School Girls Program. Visit engineering exhibits, colleges and companies. Network with women engineers and build with other girls.
…STEM INVOLVED. I do STEM activities and am thinking about a career in engineering.
Your ideal program: SWENext High School Leadership Academy (SHLA). SWE leadership training, college advice, industry tours, the largest career fair for women engineers, and the opportunity to experience the SWE community firsthand…PLUS Invent It. Build It.
…STEM & SWENEXT INVOLVED. I’m a SWENext Member, do STEM activities and I’m interesting in becoming an engineer.
Your ideal programs:
- SWENext Community Awards (grades 9-11). Recognizes girls in grades 9-11 who are actively interested in STEM and doing something STEM-related in their community.
- SWENext Global Innovator Award (grade 12). Recognizes the outstanding young women shaping the future of SWE. These students exemplify intellectual curiosity, enthusiasm and leadership in the STEM community for women.
>> All SWENext award recipients will attend Invent It. Build It. -and- SHLA! <<
>> Pssttt: All SWENext award recipients will ALSO be invited for a behind-the-scenes engineering tour of DISNEYLAND! <<
I’m a 6th–8th grader.
Join us for our Outreach Expo.
Filled with exhibitors from colleges, camps, companies and other STEM organizations.
Then participate in Invent It. Build It. Middle School Girls Program.
Work with women engineers on hands-on projects! (While you’re here, your parent(s) or guardian(s) can attend the Invent It. Build It. (IIBI) Parent/Educator Program (PEP) to learn from women engineers, college admissions representatives and outreach experts about how to succeed as a woman in a male-dominated field.)