Women in Electrical and Computer Engineering (WECE) was established in Fall 2004 by a group of five women, consisting of both undergraduate and graduate students. The initial objective of WECE was to create a community within the ECE department at Georgia Tech where women could seek friendship, support, and advice regarding their academic, professional, and personal life.
We want every girl who decides to major in ECE to graduate ECE. That is why we provide you with all the resources and advice that we have to help you ace particularly tricky engineering classes. We also hold a very comprehensive Survival Workshop at the beginning of every semester. Not sure what class or professor to take next semester? Come to a WECE meeting and someone will point you in the right direction.
Congratulations for choosing Tech for ECE, because the job market could not be better. Still, the job search process can be daunting. WECE is here to help you every step of the way. From interview workshops to resume writing, we try to equip every woman in ECE with what she needs to get the job she wants. Whether it be her first internship of co-op, or if she is going for her first full-time position, we want to help. Attend any of our corporate sponsored events to get to know some of the best companies, as they get to know you. Do not miss out on getting the experiences interning and co-oping can bring they are invaluable.
We take great pride in our social calendar which gives members the opportunity to get to know one another. Our events are always fun and you will be surprised how much you will value having a friend in ECE. Check out our calendar to see what is coming soon!
Do you remember the day you decided you wanted to be an engineer? We do too. Want to share that with other young women? It is no secret that there is a serious lack of women in engineering, especially in ECE. That is why WECE develops programs to try to capture the imagination of girls through activities that make engineering real and interesting. We reach out to all ages from elementary Girls Scout troops to local high school physics classes.
The week of October 1st, during our general meeting, we made jewelries out of transistors and circuit parts.
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Are you interested in becoming part of the WECE Leadership Team? This is your chance! All officer positions are now open! To apply for President/Vice President, please fill out the following form : https://docs.google.com/…/1Yjv9Hm7yxr16Bhsm6TVFX2…/viewform… To apply for other officer positions, look here : https://docs.google.com/…/1AOe6dcASn8hHVs68adBPhG…/viewform… The deadline to apply is Friday, April 3rd at midnight!
Deloitte is currently planning for our Exploring Generation Y event on campus April 2nd on GT’s campus. WECE has been personally invited, if you have any questions please refer to the contact information at the end of this post. We hope to see you there! Jessy Tullier Campus Recruiter | Consulting Deloitte Services LP 191 […]
The 2015 Global Internship Program – general informationLaunch your career with City Internships in London, New York or Los Angeles. The summer program is open for applications and runs from late June to mid-August. Our global internship program provides an immersive experience and is structured around an eight-week internship placement with a leading company in your […]
If you are interested in ROBOGALS, please attend the info session next week, Tuesday, March 10th. See attached flyer.
WECE went to Atlantic Station and tore up the ice at this fun social event