The Society of Women Engineers, in partnership with re-entry firm iRelaunch, are promoting employment opportunities within the STEM Re-entry Task Force initiative to engineers who are interested in getting back to their technical careers.

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New 2018 Participating Partners

2017 White Paper: An Intervention Strategy to Re-engage Women Engineers in the Workforce

The 2017 Task Force white paper demonstrates the value proposition of the STEM Re-entry Task Force through interviews with Founding Members of the Task Force.

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Want to start your re-entry process? Upload your resume to the STEM Re-entry Task Force resume pool.

Posted Re-entry internship opportunities are open for both women and men to apply. Remember to tag your resume STEM Re-entry Task Force.

Research shows there are about 2.5 million women in the USA with STEM degrees.

Source: U.S. Department of Commerce, Economics and Statistics Administration, “Women in STEM: A Gender Gap to Innovation,” by David Beede et al., August 2011; “Stemming the Tide: Why Women Leave Engineering,” by Nadya Fouad et al., 2012; Carol Fishman Cohen, iRelaunch

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Seven companies from SWE’s Corporate Partnership Council stepped forward in 2015 to form the first Re-entry Task Force: Booz Allen Hamilton, Caterpillar Inc., Cummins Inc., General Motors Company, IBM, Intel Corporation and Johnson Controls.

Email reentry@swe.org if you’re interested in becoming a member of the STEM Re-entry Task Force.

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