Our section meets every Tuesday at 7PM in Rm174 of the Busch Student Center.
Scroll down for more info about our recurring programs throughout the semester, which includes opportunities for both alumni and high school students!
SWELL is a mentoring program that was started in the fall of 2005 and is open to all students in the School of Engineering. It is designed to help incoming freshmen and sophomore students with their first or second year at Rutgers School of Engineering. Each learner is paired with an upperclassman leader who has the opportunity to guide and mentor them. The leader can provide insightful advice, support, tips/tricks, and more to the learner! The leader and learner will have the opportunity to participate in mandatory events, both fun and informative, within and outside of SWE to help build their relationship through the year.
Who can participate?
Everyone! Freshman and Sophomores can sign up to be learners and Juniors and Seniors can sign up to be leaders! Though we are meant to mostly cater to females, both females and males are allowed to join as a leader/learner!
Contact the Internal Vice President for any questions!
The SWE Rutgers-Section Industry Mentorship Program is a full year program that aims to prepare its participants for the corporate world. The Program pairs SWE members with industry professionals based on the future goals, current engineering track and the general interests of the participant. Through the implementation of bi-weekly activities such as resume critique and elevator pitch prep, the program prepares its participants for events such as career fairs, interviews and the professional workplace. Participating companies include Verizon, Accenture, Mondelez International, Northrop Gruman and more.
Who can participate?
Everyone! Any age, any major, any gender!
Contact the Industry Mentorship Chair for any questions!
The Society of Women Engineers at Rutgers University enjoys helping out of community in as many ways possible. By participating in events such as the Scarlet Day of Service and the Big Chill, collaborating with non-profit organizations the members at Rutgers SWE help benefit the community.
Contact the Community Service Chair for any questions!
Engineering is fun for people of all ages. Therefore, Rutgers SWE also holds outreach events to introduce engineering to young students in the form of creative, hands-on activities.
For questions specifically related to outreach, contact our High School Outreach Chair!