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Duke SWE Internship Database – This document contains information about internships completed by current and past Duke SWE members.
Duke Career Center – If you’re not sure about your major, internships, resumes, and future careers, make an appointment to visit the career center. You can drop by and have someone look at your resume or schedule an appointment to have more in-depth conversation about your career. In addition to one-on-one advice and guidance, Duke’s Career Center has various online resources to aid you in your search for an internship or job.
Duke’s Fall Career Fair – Career fairs are a great resource for finding out about internships and jobs that are of interest to you. The fall fair is great for undergraduates searching for a summer job, as well as for seniors looking to start their careers.
NC State’s Engineering Career Fair – This is one of the largest engineering career fairs in the United States. Duke SWE is hoping to make some sort of ride/car pool system for the event so that more members can attend.
Job Resource Center – This resource is provided by the national Society of Women Engineers to help students at Duke find job and internship postings.
BestColleges – For general tips on women in STEM and career opportunities.
Interview Help- Job-applications.com has compiled a list of the 100 most common interview questions. Use this guide to prepare for your next interview!
Guide to Women in EdTech- A Guide for Women Entrepreneurs in Edtech: Driving the Future of Female Leadership in Technology
LinkedIn Group – Both Duke’s section of SWE and National SWE have LinkedIn groups to help members network with one another and the world. The link here will send you to the LinkedIn group for Duke’s section.
Further Education Resources
Online Guide to Affordable Masters in Engineering Programs – The Simple Dollar, a syndicated website dedicated to personal finance topics, is dedicated to helping its readers achieve as much value as possible for the money they spend in all areas of their lives, including their education. This free guide can help you find information on affordable Masters in Engineering Programs to prepare for your future.
Computer Science Online Masters Programs Guide – Computer Science Online is a self-funded and non-commercial organization that provides students and lifelong learners with educational, career and developmental information related to the world of computer science. “As you may know, women are greatly under-represented in CS, and we set out to produce a resource that helps address this issue and provides resources and tips for women interested in CS. ” -Dan Schuessler, Co-Founder.
Mentornet – “MentorNet is the award-winning nonprofit e-mentoring network that addresses the retention and success of those in engineering, science and mathematics, particularly but not exclusively women and other underrepresented groups. Founded in 1997, MentorNet provides highly motivated protégés from many of the world’s top colleges and universities with positive, one-on-one, email-based mentoring relationships with mentors from industry and academia. In addition, the MentorNet Community provides opportunities to connect with others from around the world who are interested in diversifying engineering and science.” – Mentornet.net
Affordable Colleges – “Did you know that the average female college graduate from the class of 2008 has only paid off 33% of her student loans compared to her male classmates at 44%? It doesn’t have to be like this. There are options for women in higher education to minimize their loan debt. We want to close this gap by connecting more female students with scholarships and funding which is why our team created our guide to financial aid for women. This guide is a free resource that offers scholarships and financial aid information for all women pursuing higher education and includes specific content for students in traditionally underrepresented fields like STEM and finance as well as often undeserved groups like single mothers and veterans.”