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We are an organization at the national level, professional level, and the collegiate level. The national level oversees all the sections in the world, and provides job and leadership opportunities. The professional level is a chapter of women for any women engineers that are not in school. The collegiate level is a chapter of women for any women studying to be engineers.
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Stimulate women to achieve full potential in careers as engineers and leaders, expand the image of the engineering profession as a positive force in improving the quality of life, and demonstrate the value of diversity. Adopted in 1986 by SWE Headquarters
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Inform young women, their parents, counselors, and the general public of the qualifications and achievements of women engineers and the opportunities open to them. Assist women in readying themselves for a return to active work after temporary retirement. Serve as a center of information on women in engineering. Encourage women engineers to attain high levels
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Unformatted text preview: Adopted in 1950 by SWE Headquarters ± Integrity ± Inclusive Environment ± Mutual Support ± Professional Excellence ± Trust ± We have 6 executive members, 20 chair positions, about 70 members, and over 1000 women on our listserv. ± We have won many awards nationally, including Best Outreach, and Best Graduate programs. ± Hold Informational Meetings biweekly ± Hold Events with Major Engineering Companies ± Participate in national and regional conferences ± Partner with local elementary and middle schools to mentor young girls ± Promote Engineering Diversity in the UF College of Engineering through different events we sponsor. ± Participate in events with other engineering societies ± Membership is free! ± Come to our next meeting, January 18 th 6:15 pm ± Check out our website: swe.eng.ufl.edu ± Join our listserv! send an email to:listserv @lists.ufl.edu with "SUBSCRIBE SWE-L firstname_lastname" in the body of the email....
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