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One of SWE’s major missions is to inspire the next generation of engineers by sharing our experiences and telling students what being an engineer is all about. Below are a few ways that you can get involved in that mission!

  • We are in the starting phases of planning for our fall Design Your World Event. Stay tuned to your email and our website for upcoming announcements and a call for volunteers!
  • On Tuesday, September 26, from 8am to 2pm, Ten80 Education is hosting a STEM Innovation Experience for high school students in Plano. They are looking for volunteers to help out and engage the students in conversations. View their flyer for more information on what they’re looking for and how to sign up!
  • Not a K-12 Outreach event, but we enjoy great relationships with our local Collegiate SWEsters and love to interact with their members! The UTA SWE section is looking for professionals to participate in a panel discussion Thursday, October 19th from 7pm-9pm at the Maverick Activities Center (MAC). If you’re interested in joining, please email UTA SWE President Mihika Naik directly.
  • On Friday, October 20th at 4:30pm, the SWENext club at Frisco High School will be building their first project, a T-shirt cannon, and are looking for mentors/volunteers to help! If you are interested in being a part of this project, please contact Kate Van Dellen directly.
  • Check out our Outreach resource page and sign up to participate in other services that connect passionate STEM Outreach volunteers with schools, events, and students in need of inspiration from speakers and mentors such as yourself. We don’t want to reinvent the wheel and create our own connection service, so these resources are your direct path to your local communities. Join in the fun!
  • When you represent SWE at an Outreach event, even if it wasn’t planned by us, submit the event information to SWE’s Outreach Metrics Tool. It’s a simple survey that takes about 5 minutes and lets SWE HQ know how you’re contributing to our mission to Aspire, Advance, Achieve!

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