Join GIX and SWE Saturday, April 15th, for a tech-filled conference with networking, speakers, and a tour of the GIX location! We will have representatives from Microsoft, astu.io, and Female Founders Alliance to speak to you about women empowerment and diversity in technology. Our morning will start with inspiring talks from our two key speakers, then we will come together for a close knit networking lunch, and finally a panel about women entrepreneurship and a tour of GIX. A free shuttle for SWE members will be provided from the HUB to GIX, and back. We would love for you to attend so you can learn more about and meet the women in technology in our community!
All we require is your curiosity about tech and response to this RSVP!
RSVP LINK: tinyurl.com/womenintechcon19
Respond soon, spots may fill up fast!
Want to develop innovative solutions for projects related to accessibility, social good, and social justice? Come to SWE Hacks19 on Saturday, April 13th from 10 A.M. to 7 P.M. at the Intellectual House for a whole day of fun! Previous hackathon experience is not necessary, and we highly encourage students from all different backgrounds to attend! Food will also be provided, and you’ll get to network with companies like Google, Facebook, Bloomberg, and more. If interested, please register at https://goo.gl/forms/tEk3AbpAEguBo3vm1. More information can be found at https://www.uwswe.com/swe-hacks.
Location: BAG 131
Hey SWEsters! Hope your spring quarter is off to a great start! It’s time to get back into the swing of SWE at our April general meeting. Come find out about what we have in store for you this quarter. You really don’t want to miss this meeting because we will also be releasing General Officer applications and going over the application process. You’ll also have a chance to listen to a very interesting talk from Mackenzie Andrews, a current Masters student in the Bioengineering department and co-founder of Nanodropper. She will be discussing her transition from engineering to entrepreneurship and all that comes with it. See you there!!
Location: HUB 332
Ever wondered how to ace a tech interview? Join Fast Enterprises for an Interviewing workshop on Monday, April 8th! Come learn about the different portions of an interview in the tech industry and go over some practice questions and of course there will be food! EVERYONE is welcome to attend. Remember to bring your resume!
Please RSVP "going" so that we know how many people are attending and fill out this form: https://goo.gl/forms/lKlY895xPeq3F8FL2
Fast Enterprises is a software development and IT consulting company that works with government agencies.
Are you interested in pursuing tech in college but not sure what that might look like? Join UW SWE Girls who Code to hear from undergraduates studying Computer Science, Informatics, Human Centered Design and Engineering, and Electrical Engineering about their pathways to their majors.
You will have a chance to talk with representatives from each major and to see the real projects these students work on. This is a great opportunity to learn about the different pathways to tech and where your interests may lie. This event is open to students - no tech experience is required. Students of all gender identities are welcome.
Are you already in a tech major? Please sign up to be a volunteer!
Location: BAG 131
Hey SWEBaes! You guessed it, it's time for another general meeting! This time, we'll be inviting wonderful panelists to talk about transitioning from college to the workplace, and how women can build each other up throughout that process and beyond. Come listen, learn about important SWE updates (including exec officer elections!), and as always, enjoy a meal with friends. Please make sure to hit "going" on the Facebook event if you'll be there!
Location: Conference Room 116, at the UW Women’s Center – Cunningham Hall
Seeking speakers for Making Connections! Talk about what it’s like being in a STEM major, getting an internship, and/or what college life is like to a small group of low-income, first-generational 9th graders. Making Connections is an equity-focused program on serving first-generational and low-income students in the Puget Sound area. They provide college-readiness and career exploration opportunities. Gain public speaking skills (in a small and comfortable environment) and inspire low-income, first-generation high school students to pursue higher education. Food will be provided! Don’t miss out on this opportunity! Fill out this form today, and we’ll give you more details soon: http://bit.ly/2WdIwCq
Location: SMI 304
Want to work at Splunk? Don't know what they do, but want to find out?? Come out on Thursday night to learn about Splunk’s products and get valuable insight into their available internship and full-time opportunities! There will be refreshments and swag of course!
This event is open to all UW students! You must RSVP for this event!
RSVP here: https://goo.gl/forms/sSw5xcWgNrEVIrr73
Splunk was founded to pursue a disruptive new vision: make machine data accessible, usable and valuable to everyone. By monitoring and analyzing everything from customer click streams and transactions to network activity and call records—and more—Splunk turns machine data into valuable insights no matter what business you're in. It's what we call operational intelligence. Splunk is growing rapidly worldwide — we’re hiring self-starters who want to help top companies solve huge challenges by turning data into answers.
Location: Husky Union Building, South Ballroom
The EWI banquet is a casual social networking opportunity coupled with a seated banquet dinner. It aims to give UW SWE members extended access to recruiters and industry professionals to form connections on a more close-knit level. Attendees will have the opportunity to hear a keynote speech from Hang Nguyen-Grove, Chief Engineer of KC-46 Program at Boeing. She will share her experience as a woman in the STEM industry. Additionally, we will also be presenting the Outstanding Female and corporate appreciation awards at this event.
Location: HUB North Ballroom
Are you looking for internships or jobs in engineering? The 37th Annual UW SWE Career Fair will bring employers to the UW Seattle campus to hire Huskies just like you. Save the date for this great opportunity and come network with industry professionals and recruiters!
SWE Members Only: 2:30 PM - 3:00 PM
Open to all UW Students: 3:00 PM - 6:30PM
No registration required, but make sure to bring your Husky ID to enter!
A list of companies attending the fair this year is will be available soon!
Note: Please avoid bringing backpacks as they will be allowed inside the fair or the North Prefunction Room. There will be a separate room for backpack storage should you choose to bring one.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Electroimpact is a world leader in aerospace assembly automation and tooling located in the Seattle area. They want to show SWE members the exciting and meaningful work they do to encourage them to apply for their openings.
On the campus tour, you’ll see the machines and automation that their engineers create from bid to design to assembly, shipped to and supported in our customers’ factories around the world. Please RSVP here if you plan on coming. Please wear closed toe shoes an remember to bring your resume!
Majors Prefered: Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Aeronautical Engineering, CS/CE
Location: EEB 026
Micron Technology is excited to host a meet & greet with UW SWE! Come and network with representatives from Micron Technology to learn about what they do and more about their internship and job opportunities. You don’t need to attend the entire event, just drop by when you can within the hour to network in a relaxed setting. And remember to bring your resume!
Micron Technology is a world leader in innovative memory solutions that transform how the world uses Information. Through our global brands — Micron, Crucial and Ballistix — we offer the industry’s broadest portfolio, and are the only company that manufactures today’s major memory and storage technologies: DRAM, NAND, NOR, and 3D XPoint™ memory.
Location: Savery Hall 131
Interested in getting involved with the University of Washington's Society of Women Engineers (SWE)? Come meet new friends who are interested and passionate about women in engineering! Make connections that will support you all throughout the years here at the university.
Location: Savery Hall 131
During Dawg Daze, go head to head with UW SWE members and officers in exciting rounds of the game, while learning about the events and opportunities the UW section of SWE has to offer! If you are a freshman or transfer student and/or new to SWE, you are especially welcomed! Hope to see you there!