The Society of Women Engineers (SWE), founded in 1950, is a national not-for-profit educational and service organization. SWE is an organization dedicated to help women achieve success in engineering academically, personally, and professionally. With an active membership of over 200 women and men, the Texas A&M section of SWE strives to serve the student body, the community, and the College of Engineering. Through company sponsorship, SWE is able to provide many beneficial services to our members and community. This includes awarding scholarships, our annual High School Conference, three mentor programs: FLAME, Big Sis Lil Sis (BSLS), and SWE12, our weeklong Summer Camp, graduate luncheons, community outreach events, and hosting bi-weekly meetings. Joining SWE is a great way to get involved at Texas A&M. If you are a student at A&M, it is highly encouraged for you to attend one of the meetings and learn what SWE has to offer you.