IEEE Women in Engineering

Review this page to learn more about how to plan successful events for your Women In Engineering (WIE) Affinity Group, how to recruit new volunteers, and how to complete the required reporting.  No WIE Affinity Group in your area? This page also includes information on how to start a new WIE Affinity Group and the benefits associated. 

Learn more about Women in Engineering on wie.ieee.org

Forms for WIE Affinity Groups

Benefits of forming a WIE Affinity Group

How to form a WIE Affinity Group

Forming an affinity group is the best way to interact and share information with others with similar interests in your local area. There are two types of affinity group formations:

View the IEEE Geographic Unit Formation Policies and Petitions page for forms and information

Affinity Group required reporting

Affinity Groups are required to submit meeting, financial, and officer reports to IEEE MGA. Further information and report forms are available through IEEE Member and Geographic Activities.
Student Branch Affinity Groups should follow the reporting procedures required by their Student Branch Chapter.

Planning successful meetings and events

Meetings are one of the most visible and valuable ways for an affinity group to serve its members. 
Plan and organize an event
Submit a report of meetings and events

Recruiting volunteers for a WIE Affinity Group

IEEE Member and Geographic Activities (MGA) has a volunteer recruitment toolkit available. It has been developed to provide IEEE Units (Regions, Sections, Societies, Chapters, or Affinity Groups) with ideas for recruiting local IEEE members who may be interested in volunteering their time to help lead IEEE activities.

Visit the volunteer recruitment toolkit

General volunteer resources

Browse resources for IEEE Volunteers on IEEE.org