Dear SWE Region J Members, Welcome to the home of the Region J Blog. There will be a weekly posting where you’ll find news directly from our SWE sections, the National Organization, and other Region J happenings. Also, each month, there will be a different Hot Topic posted. You will be able to share your … More Welcome to the Region J Blog!
By Amanda Levenson Happy November! For those of you that were able to attend WE17 this year, I hope you had a great time listening to inspiring talks, networking, and exploring the lively city of Austin, Texas! Now that the conference has passed, I’ll begin discussing important information for your collegiate chapter. This month, I … More Utilizing Counselors and Faculty Advisors
By Amanda Levenson Hello everyone and happy October! Not only is this upcoming month busy with midterms, football (go Dawgs!), and figuring out Halloween costumes, but also ramping up for SWE’s biggest event of the year: WE17, the world’s largest conference and career fair for women in engineering! In my last post, I discussed general conference logistics, … More Networking at WE17
By Amanda Levenson Believe it or not, WE17–SWE’s annual conference, and the world’s largest conference and career fair for women in engineering–is already coming up on October 26th, and taking place in the Live Music Capital of the World: Austin, TX! Over several days, WE17 will offer a myriad of professional development, career/networking, leadership, and … More WE17 Logistics
It’s nearing the end of my term as RCCE for FY16-17. It’s been my pleasure serving on the RCT this year. Congratulations to Amanda Levenson, who was elected as RCCE for FY17-18! To close out this year, I have a few more features from collegiate sections in Region J. Jenna Hills of the George Fox … More End of RCCE Term + Collegiate Section Features (George Fox, Oregon State)
For those who attended WE Local this past weekend in San Jose, hope you all had a great time! Continuing with introductions, Region J’s Region Collegiate Representative (RCR) is Moira Gion. Originally from from Portland, Oregon, she is a senior this year studying Mechanical Engineering at Portland State University. Her coursework has been mostly focused … More RCR Introduction, University of Portland Feature
Hello everyone! I apologize for the late start this year in updating this blog. To start off, I’m Stephanie Yip, the FY17 Regional Collegiate Communications Editor (RCCE) for Region J. I’m originally from Honolulu, HI. Currently, I attend Seattle University where I am a senior in Electrical and Computer Engineering. Some of my areas of … More FY17 RCCE Introduction
Everyone remember to get in your Region Collegiate Section Award Submissions by this Friday, April 15th! You can access the package on the Region J website, and please feel free to contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Congratulate Alyssa Deardorff, our Region J RCR, on being named one of 13 National Collegiate New Faces of Engineering by Discover E!
Beginning this year, you can apply for a grant to help you afford to attend the Society Conference. There are 100 grants available, for both collegiates and professionals! The announcement can be read HERE
Do you know a collegiate freshman or sophomore that has leadership potential? If so, nominate them to be a Region J SWE Future Leader, or SWEFL. The deadline for nominations is tomorrow! The nomination form can be found HERE Here is some info from the society of the SWEFL program: Nominees should have at least two … More Nominate a SWEFL!