Women in Engineering Program Dream It. Design It. Build It. Create It.


In an effort to offer valuable coaching and mentoring connections and resources, WIEP is launching an online platform, WiE CoNEXTions. The platform also offers numerous resources for engaging students, alums, and supporters.

Participants are encouraged to connect broadly across the community. Our goal is to enable a generous and supportive community of women engineers and supporters.

You can register for and/or login to WiE CoNEXTions here:

Benefits for Students:

  • Network with other students who share your interests.
  • Network with professionals in different engineering fields.
  • Find WIEP resources.
  • Gain access to internship and job opportunities.
  • Develop your networking skills.

Benefits for industry professionals, alumni and other people engaged with the Purdue College of Engineering:

  • Mentoring is your choice – you pick how many mentees, and when and how much you interact with them. It's a great way to give back without coming to campus.
  • You can post jobs, events, and other opportunities that you think will be of interest to our students and the community more broadly.
  • You can post resources, and see other posted resources that may be of interest to the community.
  • You can stay connected to the Purdue WIEP community and interact on a personal, fun, and informal level with current Purdue engineering students, both undergraduate and graduate.
  • You can choose to be a mentee, and gain first-hand information from experienced professionals.

Questions? Contact Beth Holloway, WIEP Director at holloway@purdue.edu.

Sponsored by:

Martinson Family Foundation

  • Academic Support

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