IEEE WIE's Mission

Our goal is to facilitate the recruitment and retention of women in technical disciplines globally. We envision a vibrant community of IEEE women and men collectively using their diverse talents to innovate for the benefit of humanity.

WATT's Mission

We are a technical advocacy group for women and minorities in Electrical Engineering, operating as a branch of IEEE. We empower both students at UCLA and younger girls in our community. Join if you want to inspire others, tinker with EE and network with industry professionals.

Our organization is supported by UCLA's ECE Department and Faculty Advisor Professor Dennis Briggs.

What We Do

We hold a mentorship program called HogWATTs for incoming EE students. We also have activites open to all general members including: tinkering workshops, social atmosphere talks, and outreach (to other engineering majors and K - 12 students). Every workshop is beginner friendly and members will have the freedom for creativity. Members will learn basic circuits, career tips, and managing a healthy school life balance.

How to Join

Students can join as a general members and attend the majority of the events. Mentors and mentees must sign up to have mentorship specific events for the purpose of building connections in professional, social, and technical areas.

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