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What professional journals and organizations should I, as a future women engineer, be aware of?

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I’m a senior student at Brennan HS. I’m looking into engineering careers because I excel at math and science but have a creative streak that needs an outlet. #engineering #engineer #math #science #engineeringorganizations #networking

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Sindhuja’s Answer

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Hey there fellow Woman engineer!

Thanks for asking the question. If your interest lies in Science and Maths, there's nothing that you can't do in the field of technology.

The dynamics of field like automation, Robotics, Machine learning, AI, Data Science, and even business and finance rely on Maths now.

You can roll out any ideas trying to help any problems that you see with technology now-a-days. I believe, solving a problem is the best way to explore new solutions.

You can refer to journals list like:

https://imotions.com/blog/top-science-journals/

Companies/Organisations like Google, Cisco, Amazon, Space-X, NASA are pioneers in their respective fields how they have used the latest technology in field of AMths and Science. You can patch you news with these companies in your google timeline to view innovations and what's happening in the marketplace :)

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Dhruv’s Answer

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You need to aware about data science , big data , data analysis if you are excel at Math . There are many organization and certification around that who can cover this courses . you can checkout ones which are near to your location. In Youtube also you will find good learning on that.

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Douglas’s Answer

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Hi,

All of the different types of engineering have trade associations and trade journal. Plus, many engineering companies have groups or associations just for women engineers. Once you decide what type of engineer (e.g. mechanical, electrical, chemical, environmental etc.) you want to be you can search on the web for the associated society. There are also more general engineering associations that may interest you. Most, if not all, engineering schools have student chapters of the National Engineering Organizations which you can join while you are a student..

Good Luck,

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