Tufts GradSWE welcomes any graduate student in the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences (GSAS), School of Engineering (SoE), and School of the Museum of Fine Arts (SMFA) at Tufts University to attend any events and run for Executive Board positions. You do not need to identify as a woman or be pursuing an engineering degree.

Join our email list here for information on upcoming events and opportunities!

Learn more about Society of Women Engineers collegiate membership here and get more information about SWE National here.

You can also find general GradSWE updates at the societal level here.

Looking for information about the undergraduate side of our section? Take a look at their website for more information!

Just graduated or wondering how to stay connected with SWE when you’re a professional? SWE Boston has got you covered!

Not sure if SWE membership is right for you? Send us any questions you might have to TuftsGraduateSWE@gmail.com and we’re happy to talk with you about it.

Here’s why one Tufts GSWE member says SWE membership was the right choice for her: “I’ve been a paying SWE member for over a decade, and I genuinely believe that it has benefited my education and will ultimately advance my career. SWE is a robust network of women who bolster each other, provide social and professional development opportunities, and are all working toward the common goal of elevating women in STEM. SWE provides resources spanning from the annual WE conference with an incredible career fair, to workshops on a broad range of topics, to a mentoring network if you feel like you would benefit from someone else’s perspective or if you have experiences you would like to share with a mentee. Additionally, SWE helps others through scholarship programs and has a very active outreach program that helps give back not just to members, but to others in the community. I strongly recommend you sign up for SWE membership, particularly as the student membership is $50 for all the years you’re in school (undergrad and grad) and an additional year of professional membership.”