New Mexico Network for
Women in Science and Engineering
PO Box 51926, Albuquerque, New Mexico, 87181 USA
NMNWSE provides a professional development, networking, and mentoring resource for women and girls in New Mexico who are working or interested in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) and allied professions including the biological, behavioral, medical, and social sciences. Our major membership activity is an annual meeting and technical symposium held each fall where members and students present papers and network. In cooperation with the New Mexico Governor's Commission on the Status of Women, we give out an annual IMPACT! Award recognizing outstanding New Mexico women. We also host local chapter activities such as talks and meetings. Our major outreach activity is holding annual Expanding Your Horizons (EYH) technical career workshops for young women, licensed from the National EYH Network. Since 1980 over 25,000 students and their teachers have attended the free or low-cost NMNWSE EYH conferences. We publish and provide to all EYH attendees a copy of "Careers: Exploring the Possibilities", which is also available for free online at http://nmnwse.org/careers/. We also sponsor student awards at science fairs and similar technical competitions.
Please see our Who We Are" brochure and the rest of our webpages for more information about NMNWSE and its activities that your generous donation will support.
Please visit our non-profit status page for more information on our non-profit status as a registered 501(c)(3) public charity.
* Please note that, while we try to keep this information current, the links to non-NMNWSE sites may have changed since this page was last updated (Dec 2011). If the links are broken use your search engine to find the new location, or contact the NMNWSE webmaster.