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SWENext Club FAQs

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If you want some help figuring out how to start your SWENext Club, check out the FAQ guide below! 

SWENext Club FAQs

Q: Why start a SWENext Club? 

A: SWENext Clubs are a great way to help you meet other SWE members and other SWENexters nearby! You can learn all sorts of skills from projects. You can also learn what it takes to become a great leader. 

Q: How many people can I have in my club? 

A: You can have as many people as you want in your SWENext Club!

Q: What age groups can start a SWENext Club?

A: Students in any grade from kindergarten to twelfth grade (K-12) can start their own SWENext Club

Q:What kinds of activities do SWENext Club members do?

A: The list is endless! Just keep in mind that during these times, it is important to be creative so that you can still do group activities. There are many ways that you can “meet” with your club. You can still learn together, even if you are not working together in person. 

Some cool activities that SWENext Club members do include:

  1. You can work on some pretty cool projects to help your community. 
  2. You can invent something that can be used to help other people or make life easier for them. 
  3. You and your friends can enter in competitions. You can also do hands-on challenges together: There are different kinds of activities for grade levels K-5 and 6-8
  4. You can go to events hosted by SWE sections in your area
  5. You are young, but it is never too early to learn about all the different kinds of engineering out there!

 For more information about starting a SWENext Club, check out the Clubs 101 Guide.

Are you ready to start your engineering journey with SWENext? Register your club

Do you have friends or classmates who want to join your club? Tell them to join SWENext!

This post was written by the FY22 SWENext Programs Publications Workgroup.


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