About the Conference


Design Your World – STEM Conference for Girls


The Society of Women Engineers (SWE) Dallas Section is pleased to announce that our next Design Your World STEM Conference for 4th and 5th Grade Girls will be held Saturday, November 12 from 9:00am to 3:30pm at Eastfield College in Mesquite. We are planning for another exciting day of learning and fun!

The moment you’ve all been waiting for is now here! Attendee registration for our Nov 12 event is OPEN! Visit the Registration page for details and a link to the Eventbrite ticket sales. Please read carefully about this fall’s event and make your selections carefully! Email us at designyourworld.swe@gmail.com if you have questions or to request financial assistance.

Volunteer Registration is OPEN! Check out our Volunteer Info page for details.

Parking Information:
Design Your World will be held in building C on Eastfield’s campus. Please enter campus from the east via Motley Dr. and park in Parking Lots 1 and 2, with overlap to lot 3 if needed. See the campus and parking map here.

Sponsor information:
Visit our Sponsor page.  If you are interested in donating funds for a future Design Your World – STEM Conference for Girls, please review the sponsorship letter and form and follow the instructions!




Our April 2, 2016 Conference was a great success! Check out our Event Recap blog post here. 

Watch this video from our Spring 2016 event to get an idea of what our STEM Conference is all about!

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Although great progress is being made, only 5% of women who enter college end up graduating with engineering degrees. In “Generation STEM”, the Girl Scout Research Institute found that:

“About half of girls polled believe STEM is not a typical career path for girls”

“Girls are interested in making a difference in the world and need more STEM exposure, education, and experience with the help of key adults in their lives in order to see how STEM fields can achieve their goals now and in the future”

The report concludes by charging “educators, parents, and mentors” to “encourage girls to solve problems, ask questions, and to engage in creative and hands-on activities”.

For this purpose, Dallas Society of Women Engineers come together with the local college sections and corporate sponsors to present our award winning:


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