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Is There an Engineer Inside You?
Society of Women Engineers Collegiate Interest group at Lorain County Community College celebrates manufacturing month! On Monday, October 26, The Society of Women Engineers Collegiate Interest Group at Lorain County Community College held an event “Is there an Engineer inside you” in celebration of manufacturing month.
The event was held at Lorain County Community College CC Mall area from 9 to noon. Students, teachers, counselors and parents attended the event. This event was open for everyone. Faculty Advisor Ramona Anand applied and received 80 copies of the book “Is there an Engineer inside you” worth $ 25 each for free. The books were handed out to school students who came from local high schools in the area. Society of Women Engineers student President Arshiya Anand highlighted the activities of the group and membership benefits. Dean Zelesnik handed out the books. Female Engineers and North East Ohio SWE Vice President Karin Bozak and Treasurer SWE Virginia Brandt spoke at the occasion and shared their experience with the students. Students availed this t opportunity to connect with fellow engineering students and professionals.
LCCC staff and students volunteered at the event and received a free copy of the book, learn leadership skills, network with Engineers from industry and meet students. The books distributed at the event support promotion of women and minority in STEM education; especially engineering.
The Society of Women Engineers Collegiate Interest Group at Lorain County Community College (LCCC) was proud to host and support The Cleveland Engineering Society’s fall conference. Held all day on Thursday, October 30, 2014, the event was attended by over 200 professionals and students.
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Community of Support
SWE is an inclusive organization focused on issues of interest to women specializing in engineering and technical careers.
- A strong network of women engineers from academia, government and industry, corporate representatives, government officials, and other individuals supporting and advocating for the mission of SWE.
- Awards and recognition programs honoring outstanding accomplishments of women in the engineering profession as well as those who have contributed significantly to the advancement of women in engineering and technology professions.
Education and Development
SWE's education and outreach activities are designed to enhance the quality of life for women of all backgrounds who pursue the profession of engineering.
- Scholarship opportunities for all educational and professional levels, including undergraduate and graduate students, and women re-entering the workforce as engineers (at national and section levels).
- Reduced fees for admittance to national and regional education conferences that offer networking, professional development, seminars, workshops, and leadership training.
Resources and Information
As a worldwide leader in engineering knowledge and support, SWE is a partner you can turn to for advanced, relevant information about women in technical careers.
- SWE Magazine—the Society's award-winning magazine, covering issues of interest to women engineers including the achievements of women engineers, career development, career guidance, activities within the Society, and technical topics.
- All Together, SWE's monthly newsletter.
- SWE Online Communities.
- Webinars and podcasts.
- Online career center where you can manage your resume and search hundreds of jobs posted monthly by SWE's sponsors.
- Outreach programs that encourage girls to pursue careers in engineering through SWE's alliances with Girls Inc., Girl Scouts, and US FIRST (Foundation for the Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology.
Engineering Roadshow Presentation
Members are encouraged and supported in the development of skills necessary to be effective leaders in a global marketplace.
- Develop leadership experience in a non-threatening environment through leadership roles at the sectional, regional, and national levels.
- Publish articles in the SWE Magazine.
- Present technical papers at national and regional conferences.
- Lead seminars and workshops at national and regional conferences.
For more information, contact Ramona at firstname.lastname@example.org. or call 440-366-4930. Students will get all the benefits of membership and much more without having to pay a membership fee.
| LCCC student Marianna Malek of Amherst recently spoke to a group of Elyria Catholic High School students. Marianna is a math major and a member of the Society of Women Engineers.|