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 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 – Summer 2021!

Who: While high school students of any grade can apply, priority will be given to high school juniors and seniors.
When: June 21-25, 2021
Where: Virtual
Cost: $40 per camper (financial aid available)
How:

Contact Information:

Please email etccamp@engr.wisc.edu with any additional questions and check back for more updates!
Pre-College Summer Opportunities Fair

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

Grace Bonde

Hello! My name is Grace Bonde, and I am a senior studying Chemical Engineering and French. I joined SWE my freshman year and have loved being involved in so many of SWE’s opportunities on campus. From the mentoring families and volunteering events, to the Boeing Tech Team and professional development, SWE has had a huge role in helping me grow both professionally and personally while at UW-Madison. I’m incredibly excited to be one of this year’s ETC Camp Co-Chairs (I was also the ETC Camp Co-Chair last year!), and I’m so proud to be organizing a camp that shares the camaraderie and campus connections I’ve found with SWE.

Amber Zedeck

Hey there! My name is Amber Zedeck, and I am a junior studying Mechanical Engineering. Freshmen year while juggling classes and other responsibilities, a girl in my class mentioned to me that there was this amazing organization for women in stem and that I should come to an event. That conversation sparked my initial involvement in SWE, and I am so excited to now be serving as an officer for ETC! I cannot wait to organize camp for aspiring engineers  filled with opportunities to connect with professional and peers with similar goals and interests.