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Mentoring

Sign up for a peer mentor through the SWE/ AWE mentoring program!

Sign-up for a professional or alumnae mentor through SEAS at MentorNet!

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Hear from current students and AWE staff about all things Engineering.

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Current Outreach

AWE Sleeping Bag Weekend!

Attention Prospective Juniors, read all about it and sign up here

Teachers & Guidance Counselor Day

One day program to encourage women in computer science. Click here to learn more and register!

GEMS Summer Camp

Week-long camp for middle school girls information available here

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Welcome Class of 2018 sign up for Pre-orientation here!

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Advancing Women in Engineering

Turning Ideas into Reality

Women make up approximately 33% of the Penn Engineering incoming class each year. While this is better than the national average of 20%, there is still work to be done. In the fall of 2007, due to the generous donation of a Mechanical Engineering Alumna, the Advancing Women in Engineering Program (AWE) was launched. Under the leadership of the AWE faculty committee and with the guidance of the AWE student advisory board, AWE is committed to providing resources, support and opportunities to SEAS.

Mission

The Advancing Women in Engineering (AWE) program is dedicated to recruiting, retaining, and promoting women in Penn Engineering. Goals:

Develop and support initiatives to increase the number of women interested in studying engineering at Penn and elsewhere.

Enhance the overall academic experience of female students in Penn Engineering via targeted curricular development and increased research and professional opportunities.

Create and support social and networking opportunities for women in engineering.

For more information about AWE contact:

Michele Grab
Director, Advancing Women in Engineering
215-573-6487
310 Levine Hall