…SWE offers unlimited opportunities to connect with other women engineers.
SWE is proud to see one of our young members, Casey Main, named a 2019 Laureate of the Tau Beta Pi Association. The Tau Beta Pi Association is the oldest engineering honor society and the second oldest collegiate honor society in the United States. It honors engineering students in American universities who have shown a history of academic achievement as well as a commitment to personal and professional integrity.
Members in SWE are part of a nearly 70-year engineering legacy. Now their commitment is formally being recognized.
While writing is a skill that can be learned easily, the ability to write eloquently is typically thought to be something that only lawyers, novelists, or bloggers can claim. But for engineers, it’s an essential communication skill they must possess.
This entry of Natalie’s blog “Live Out Loud” is an open letter of gratitude to the leaders making a difference for transgender inclusion in the Society of Women Engineers (SWE). Thank you!
“You never know when that person that you’ve met may become an important part of your network. Don’t go into it with the end game in mind; first, just start to get to know somebody.” Read more from Karen Horting’s interview with Influential Women in Manufacturing communications intern Alexandra Ditoro!
The SWE Affinity Groups are an excellent opportunity to build a community, provide best practices and empower like-minded individuals. As the network of Affinity Groups grows, there are opportunities for SWE members from all over the world to join the community, voice their opinions, and advance the diversity initiatives within SWE.
To encourage SWE Sections to recruit new members, SWE is awarding the top three Collegiate Sections to recruit the most new C2C members and the top three Professional Sections to review new members through June 30, 2019 with SWEswag or WE19 registrations.