- 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.
Wired Woman Society
Incorporated in 1996, the Wired Woman Society (WWS) is a registered, Canadian non-profit society. The society’s 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.
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.
Society of Women Engineers
(Region B) Includes information on organization of the section, documentation, activities, membership, and a SWE logo online store.
An educational telementoring program for girls in science, math and technology. Become a mentor, reading list, strategies, projects by girls.
Phenomenal Women Of The Web
Organization of women on the web. There are now branches for young women and women without websites.
Queen Bee Webring
For women with personal or business web pages that consider themselves Queens of their homes, families, or businesses.
Grace Hopper Celebration
Fifth semi-annual conference for women in computing. Includes general information about the conference including dates.
Free banner exchange for women.
France [In English/French]