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IEEE Women in Engineering (WIE) is the largest international professional organization dedicated to promoting women engineers and scientists and inspiring girls around the world to follow their academic interests to a career in engineering.


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Women in Engineering LogoMission  
The mission of IEEE WIE is to facilitate the global recruitment and retention of women in technical disciplines. IEEE WIE envisions a vibrant community of IEEE women and men collectively using their diverse talents to innovate for the benefit of humanity.

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View the IEEE WIE Interactive e-BookMeet us in our interactive e-Book
Page through this robust e-Book and read all about members of IEEE WIE by industry, profession, schooling, their many impressive achievements, and much more.

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IEEE Women in Engineering posterHang our event posters
Perfect for the classroom, these colorful, large posters feature inspiring messages from and photos of the engineers and technology experts who are proud members of IEEE WIE.

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IEEE Women in Engineering magazine premier issue coverIEEE WIE award-winning magazine
Congratulations to all involved in the production of IEEE Women in Engineering Magazine. Your contributions helped earn the publication the 2008, 2010, 2011, and 2012 APEX Award of Excellence in the category of New Magazines and Journals.

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All about membership
Learn about the benefits, eligibility, and other opportunities for professional and student members of IEEE Women in Engineering.

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Change the world—become an engineer Video - Change the World


Girls, start now to apply your interests to changing the world as an engineer. Below is a link to inspiring words that successful IEEE WIE members took the time to write just for you to read when you need them most.

Yes, it takes work to become an engineer—but it is good, exciting, fulfilling work. Do you want to know what it might be like? 

Visit and and explore how to prepare for an engineering career, ask experts engineering-related questions, play interactive games, and more. Teachers, there are classroom lesson plans for you.

The IEEE Student-Teacher and Research Engineer/Scientist (STAR) Program, an educational outreach program, was developed to address the growing concern that, at a young age, girls are discouraged from dedicating themselves to mathematics, science, and engineering.


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