WE Local Travels to Baltimore, Maryland on February 8-9, 2019

Known as the “City of Neighborhoods,” Baltimore offers a variety of lively pockets for people to explore, see and taste. Local neighborhoods capture the city’s worldly population, from Little Italy to Greektown. Baltimore is also famous for the residence of Edgar Alan Poe, Billie Holiday, Babe Ruth and Francis Scott Key who wrote, “The Star-Spangled Banner.” It’s all about the Baltimore buzz!

What to Expect in Baltimore...

Fresh Ideas

There will be no shortage of fresh content and new ideas shared at WE Local Baltimore for women in all stages of their careers. Learn new strategies for salary negotiation and landing your first job, fresh approaches to establishing a leadership role, how to transition back into the workforce after a career break and more!


WE Local Baltimore will draw hundreds of women in all stages of their careers. In between personal and professional advancement, there will be plenty of opportunity to make connections and expand your network of women in engineering.

Professional Development

Plenary panel discussions, educational sessions, workshops and keynote addresses will leave attendees inspired and prepared to take the next step in their careers. Professional development content at WE Local Baltimore will cater to women in all stages of their careers, from education to entry-level, seasoned to retired.

Career Advancement

The career fair at WE Local Baltimore will feature engineering and technology organizations from the local area and surrounding region. Recruiters will be present to meet qualified job candidates and conduct interviews right onsite. Companies interested in recruiting at WE Local can download the prospectus for more information. 


WE Local Baltimore is a place for women in engineering to meet with like-minded individuals and become part of a network that is 40,000+ large. At WE Local Baltimore, you could find your next life-long friend or mentor.


At WE Local Baltimore, we recognize the movers and shakers who are shaping the future of engineering, including high school, collegiate and professional award recipients.