Service to Succeed (S2S)

Each year, SWE participates in Schlumberger’s Serve2Succeed (S2S) challenge. This challenge exemplifies the importance of volunteerism. S2S volunteers give-back to the community by volunteering at Children’s Hospital, Denver Botanical Gardens, and Dinosaur Ridge. Volunteers also introduce STEM to youth through events like Girl Scout Engineering Day, STEAM for All! Festival, and Mitchel Elementary Math and Science Night. In 2019, the S2S Team was able to impact the local and campus community and inspire others through participation in over 35 different events. Mines won with the Most Volunteering Events.

“I wanted to participate in S2S events to become more involved with SWE and spend time doing things that weren’t directly related to my academics. I really enjoyed meeting a bunch of new people and seeing the positive impact my actions had on the community. My favorite event was the Girl Scouts Day at Dinosaur Ridge.”


Chemistry 2022

“I chose to participate in S2S because I like volunteering in my community. I had fun meeting and hanging out with the other SWE members while also helping the community. My favorite event was the Scouts Day at Dinosaur Ridge.”


Materials and Metallurgical 2023

2019 S2S Events

Trick or Treat Street

Volunteers helped the Children’s Museum of Denver with their annual Trick or Treat Street event, by hosting up-cycling activities, welcoming guests, teaching crafts, handing out candy, and created shadow puppet stories with the kiddos!

Glow at the Gardens

Volunteers assisted with the setup of Denver Botanical Garden’s annual Glow at the Gardens event. We prepped, gutted, and carved over 180 pumpkins to be used for decoration at the event throughout the week!

Family Corn Maze

Volunteers attended the Botanic Garden’s Annual Family Corn Maze, helping with ticket sales, art installation information booths, and of course, navigating the maze!

Girl Scouts on the Ridge

Volunteers assisted with Dinosaur Ridge’s annual Girl Scouts on the Ridge event by hosting a science badge booth. Girls learned about static electricity, and chemical reactions with various kitchen ingredients.

Mitchell Math and Science Night

SWE hosted a session at Mitchell Elementary’s Math and Science Night where we taught kids about gravity via painting with pendulums. Ladies worked one-on-one with students to make messy masterpieces!

2018 S2S Events

Wings Over the Rockies Girl’s STEAM Day


Craft Party at the Childrens hospital


Mitchell Elementary Math and Science night