The Society of Women Engineers has been working hard to help women in engineering and technology succeed for more than 65 years. They help girls and women of all ages discover engineering and technology, support their passions and help them achieve their goals. SWE has more than 40,000 members, all around the world, and they were once just like you – girls who wanted to create new things!

SWENext is a way for girls to become a part of the SWE engineering community as a student through the age of 18.

Joining SWENext gives you access to up-to-date information on engineering events, camps, scholarships, contests, awards, meet-ups and more. Join our South Coast SWENext Club to meet other individuals pursuing engineering and get resources to help you change the world as a future engineer.

SWENext is a program for students to become part of the Society of Women Engineers under age 18 and discover the exciting world of engineering and technology. Become part of SWE and #BeThatEngineer! Joining is free.

Our South Coast SWENext Club is located in Wollongong, New South Wales, Australia. Founded in May 2020 for girls in 9-12th grade, we are affiliated with FIRST Robotics Competition (FRC) team 5985, Project Bucephalus. Currently 12 girls strong, our mission is to guide, inspire and enable girls’ future STEM careers by connecting them to female professionals. Club goals include, networking with female STEM professionals, inspiring younger girls’ STEM exploration through outreach, and fostering our STEM skills. We plan to expand our club throughout the South Coast of New South Wales! If you are interested in joining our Club, please send Contact Us. We’d love to have you join!