Engineering Tomorrow’s Careers Camp

Welcome to Engineering Tomorrow’s Career Camp!

Engineering Tomorrow’s Careers (ETC) Camp is a summer program for aspiring women in STEM run by the Society of Women Engineers through the College of Engineering at UW-Madison. During our week-long session, our participants will learn through talks with professors and current engineering students, activities with leaders in the industry, and other team-based, and hands-on programming that is designed to expose and encourage young women to pursue an interest in STEM fields.

ETC Camp – June 20th – June 24th, 2022!

The summer 2022 ETC camp is planned to be held in-person this summer! This is dependent on UW-Madison COVID-19 policies, so this is subject to change, but an update will be sent out if camp is moved virtual or cancelled.

This application is closed. We look forward to seeing you this summer!

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Meet the 2021 Engineering Tomorrow’s Careers Camp Co-Chairs!

Loukia Agoudemos

Hello! I am so excited to introduce myself and be a part of ETC 2022. My name is Loukia Agoudemos, and I am a sophomore in Biomedical Engineering. My past involvement in SWE has been as a SWE mentoring family head, but this year I am excited to take on my first officer position as the ETC co-chair. I currently work as an undergraduate research assistant at the Masters lab where I study disease progression in heart cells. I am also involved in the Biomedical Engineering Society as the Webmaster/Communications Officer. In my free time, I enjoy baking, cooking, watching movies, and playing games with my friends!

Meghana Kalluri

I’m Meghana, a junior in biomedical engineering, on the biomaterials/tissue engineering track. I am currently working at a stem cell research company in Madison. In my free time, I like to play tennis, read, and play board games. I am super excited to take on one of the ETC Co-Chair positions for SWE this year and am also involved in Tau Beta Pi.

Meghana Kalluri Headshot

Alexa Rademacher

Hi everyone! My name is Alexa Rademacher and I’m in my third year studying Civil Engineering with a minor in Graphic Design. I’ve been part of SWE since my freshman year and I’m excited to be one of the ETC co-chairs this year! Joining SWE has given me the opportunity to meet other women interested in STEM through professional development and fun social events. I want ETC to give that same opportunity to girls interested in joining STEM. I’m looking forward to creating a fun environment at ETC where young girls can learn more about engineering, UW-Madison, and SWE!