Women engineers work every day to solve problems and make the world a better, cleaner, and safer place. They make a difference every day! They are also actively involved in their communities, raising families, and enjoying all kinds of sports and hobbies.
You can "meet" and learn about numerous women engineers and read their short bios in the "I'm an Engineer" section—read interviews with them and learn about their work and personal lives. Check out pioneering women in engineering in the section on Historical Engineers. You can even ask an engineer your own question and read answers to questions from others.
The winners of the 2017 EngineerGirl Essay Contest have been announced! NAE President C. D. Mote, Jr. said, "Students’ devotion to protecting endangered animals is always inspiring to me, and their doing so through engineering, which is about solving problems of people and society, is doubly so. Congratulations to the winners!" Check out the link below to read the wonderful essays.