Established in 1958, SWE at Georgia Tech has actively given women engineering students a unique place and voice within the engineering industry. Our organization is centered around a passion for our members' success and continues to evolve with the challenges and opportunities reflected in today's exciting engineering and technology specialties.
We invite you to explore the values, principles, and priorities that guide our initiatives and learn how together,
WE can continue to make a lasting impact on the future.
All of our information is listed on our SWE Website but be sure to also visit our SWE Blog to see what happened at all of our events!
Professional Series - SWE's Professional Series encompases our industry events, weekly informational meetings, and general corporate relations. SWE's Community and Outreach series are sponsored by corporate and we aim expose all of our SWE members to career advice and networking opportunities.
Community Series - SWE is dedicated to playing an active role in Georgia Tech's community and enriching our membership opportunities. SWE actively participates in community activities and works hard to develop social programs for SWE's members to support eachother through the difficult academic programs at Georgia Tech.
Outreach Series - SWE's Outreach Programs give young students an opportunity to investigate the world of science, mathematics, and technology. Activities for the day include presentations, hands on experiments, and talk to girls who are studying engineering now.
To become a paid member of SWE and take part in all of the series we support, please join through the following link: JOIN SWE TODAY!
We Commit To
We will ensure that all by-laws, policies, and charters support SWE's commitment to diversity.
We will align with and participate in those activities and organizations that encourage all dimensions of diversity.
Developing women in engineering across socio-economic strata and occupational focus.
Encouraging the interest and active participation of women and girls of under-represented ethnic groups, including African-Americans, Asian-Americans, Hispanics, Pacific Islanders, and Native Americans.
Providing support to women which acknowledges and respects differences in family status, sexual orientation, age, and physical abilities.