What’s Envision 2020 all about?

Tenney Middle School Quilt

  • Walk along a timeline of significant women’s events. Help us add to the listing.
  • Read about the Women’s Suffrage movement
  • Step back in time with jewelry-making from a century ago.
  • See up-and -coming leaders on the Young Women to Watch wall
  • Consider the possibilities with Career Exploration
  • Learn about women engineers in history, hear about what engineers are doing today and learn what girls today can do to prepare for a career in engineering tomorrow

 [Learn more about Envision 2020]                                    

Going Green Initiative!

WAW has gone green!. Our Green Initiative is an opportunity to make our programs more environmentally friendly and a chance to engage the community on climate change.

This initiative fits our mission perfectly. The founder of the modern environmental movement was a woman, Rachel Carson, and environmental engineering is an important part of modern engineering, as seen in our popular “Envision Engineering” exhibit.

As part of our effort to be more eco-friendly, we’re trying to reduce paper mailings and focusing on e-mail alerts. If you’d like to be added to our e-mail list, let us know by phone or e-mail.

The Women at Work Museum is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. We are supported through the kind generosity of members and museum visitors like you.


Current Programs [Details]

Every Woman's Story

Interactive Women in Engineering!


Recent Events


The Mystery of the Trunk - Children's Writing Workshop


Women at Work Museum sponsor "Work at Play" event at the Attleboro Expo for the Senses

2011 Wine & Food Pairing at Cafe Porto Bello 

3rd Annual
Wine & Food Pairing
at Cafe Porto Bello


What's New!

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"Your goal should be out of reach
but not out of sight."

Anita DeFrantz, Olympic athlete

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