Fermilab Society of Women Engineers

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The objectives of the Fermilab Society of Women Engineers (fSWE) are twofold:

Reaching In: to provide an opportunity for Fermilab women in engineering and technology to be members of the Society of Women Engineers (SWE), an organization that helps stimulate diversity within engineering fields. Provide networking and professional growth opportunities within the Fermilab and SWE professional communities.

Reaching Out: to represent Fermilab as an organization that offers unique engineering careers and promotes diversity by engaging with SWE professional and student sections.


fSWE members and Fermilab hiring professionals exhibited at the SWE Annual Conference in 2023.

fSWE Collegiate Pipeline Program

Vision: By leveraging existing and emerging connections to collegiate groups, fSWE’s Collegiate Pipeline Program (CPP) commits itself to inspire students to develop their STEM identity by building their careers through Fermilab’s portfolio of internship opportunities.

Program Objectives:

  • Strengthen relations with local university and colleges thru collegiate professional chapters
    • Broaden the impact of STEM awareness
    • Encourage development of STEM identities
    • Promote Fermilab branding among students
  • Communicate information about the variety of internship opportunities at Fermilab
    • Attract internship applicants
    • Diversify internship candidate pools
    • Educate candidates on the application process
    • Advise candidates by sharing experiences

If you would like to request an onsite visit to Fermilab for your college/university, please complete a fSWE Collegiate Pipeline Program (CPP) OnSite Visit Request Form

Each group requires 10 participants to register. Once your request is received, an fSWE CPP coordinator will email the main point of contact

If you have any questions, please email Aisha Ibrahim, fSWE CPP coordinator at cardornaa@fnal.gov.


Contact the fSWE Leadership for more information; Executive Sponsor: Mayling Wong-Squires