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SWEP Sister Chapters

Here is a list of all the SWEP chapters around the Country. 

  • Connecticut Chapter - https://www.swep-ct.org: SWEP-CT serves as a resource for members providing opportunities for professional development and networking with peers through our programs, events, and involvement in various committees.
  • Massachusetts Chapter - http://www.swep-ma.org: Our Chapter serves as a resource for members in Massachusetts, providing opportunities for professional development through networking, educational programming, mentoring, social events, and public service. 
  • New Jersey Chapter - https://www.njswep.org (SWEP Metronet - NYC area - is a subset of SWEP New Jersey): From brown bag lunch seminars to more formal events, NJSWEP members regularly come together to share our knowledge and work experiences. Our members are attorneys, consultants, regulators, in-house environmental personnel, government employees and academics.  Membership is open to all, regardless of gender.
  • North Carolina Triangle Chapter - http://www.swepnctriangle.org: Our North Carolina Chapter serves as a resource for members in the Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill Triangle area.
  • Pennsylvania, Greater Philadelphia area - https://www.swepweb.com: Our Philadelphia Chapter serves as a resource for members in the Philadelphia region, providing opportunities for professional development through educational programming, social events, mentoring, and public service.
  • Pennsylvania Capital Chapter, Harrisburg area: https://www.swepcapitalchapter.comThe mission of SWEP-Capital Chapter is to encourage and promote the leadership, achievement, and professional and personal development of women in the environmental professions; provide an informal setting for women in the environmental professions to meet, share technical information and work experiences, discuss unique issues affecting women environmental professionals nationally and to develop working relationships between those in the private, public and non-profit sectors; educate members on new developments and current trends in the environmental field; strengthen the skills of the members by addressing environmental issues, business relationships, leadership roles, mentoring and other substantive topics; and encourage and promote public service in the environmental fields.
  • Pennsylvania Three Rivers Chapter, Pittsburgh area - https://www.swep3rivers.orgOur mission is to provide women environmental professionals, working within the Three Rivers region, a community that recognizes and supports women's leadership and career development and provides a forum to share information and ideas and promote public service within the environmental field.
  • Rocky Mountain Chapter - http:/www.swepcolo.org: The Rocky Mountain Chapter of SWEP was formed in 2006, as a resource for women environmental professionals in the Rocky Mountain region. 

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