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  • Society of Women Engineers

  • The Society of Women Engineers (SWE), founded in 1950, is a not-for-profit educational and service organization that establishes engineering as a highly desirable career aspiration for women, empowers women to succeed and advance in those aspirations and be recognized for their life-changing contributions and achievements as engineers and leaders.
    http://www.swe.org

  • Wired Woman Society

  • Incorporated in 1996, the Wired Woman Society (WWS) is a registered, Canadian non-profit society. The society‚Äôs mission is to create an open, integrity-based environment that encourages women to explore opportunities in technology, science and new media and to build successful careers that will allow them to become a driving force in these growing sectors. Programs and activities support three core goals: networking, education and mentoring.
    http://www.wiredwoman.com

  • Women in Aerospace

  • Professional association for women and men who support the advancement of women in aerospace careers. Runs monthly programs and annual Awards Program. Headquartered in Washington, DC.
    http://www.womeninaerospace.org

  • Society of Women Engineers

  • (Region B) Includes information on organization of the section, documentation, activities, membership, and a SWE logo online store.
    http://www.swe.org/SWE/RegionB/

  • CyberSisters

  • An educational telementoring program for girls in science, math and technology. Become a mentor, reading list, strategies, projects by girls.
    http://www.cyber-sisters.org/

  • Phenomenal Women Of The Web

  • Organization of women on the web. There are now branches for young women and women without websites.
    http://www.phenomenalwomen.com/

  • Queen Bee Webring

  • For women with personal or business web pages that consider themselves Queens of their homes, families, or businesses.
    http://www.angelfire.com/ia/QueenBee/

  • Grace Hopper Celebration

  • Fifth semi-annual conference for women in computing. Includes general information about the conference including dates.
    http://www.iwt.org/grace-hopper.html

  • Clique, The

  • Free banner exchange for women.
    http://dlsijpress.com/clique/

  • Paris Webgrrls

  • France [In English/French]
    http://www.webgrrls.com/paris.fr/

  • DigitalEve UK

  • London, England
    http://www.digitaleveuk.org/

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