HSV Application Spring 2022
DUE: March 11th at 11:59 PM

The Society of Women Engineers at the University of Virginia invites you to apply to our High School Visitation Program on Saturday, April 9th, 2022. The program gives young women (cis and trans) and non-binary high school students a comprehensive look at engineering fields and at UVA’s engineering curriculum through speakers, lab tours, a hands-on design challenge, and other fun activities. The program is designed to benefit participants with all levels of engineering experience. However, we particularly target those students who are not yet familiar with the field but may be interested in applying to engineering schools or pursuing an engineering career. This event is also a great chance for graduating seniors to visit UVA before making final college decisions.

The program will take place ALL day (~9AM to 8PM) on Saturday, April 9th, 2022. Currently, it is planned to host the event in-person at the University of Virginia. The event was successfully held in person last fall with various COVID-19 precautions in place that will be implemented again this spring. However, this could change depending on how COVID-19 evolves this spring. If the event will be virtual, we will make a decision prior to the confirmation due date.

Due to COVID-19, attendance will be limited. Acceptance decisions will be sent out on March 14th, 2022. Please be checking your email starting March 14th because you will need to confirm your spot within two weeks (March 25th, 2022).

You can find more information about High School Visitation on the UVA SWE website (https://www.virginiaswe.org/hsv). Please direct any questions about the event to uvaswehsv@gmail.com.
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