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Get Involved

Looking for ways to get involved through ASCE?

Take advantage of the many resources that ASCE provides to help you get involved in your profession and your community.  By doing so, you will develop your technical skills and leadership abilities, and you will develop an expanded perspective that will help you visualize and implement better civil works.

ASCE Members Join EWB-USA at a Discount

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ASCE's partnership with Engineers Without Borders-USA (EWB-USA) offers members the opportunity to join or renew their EWB-USA membership at a discounted rate, and become part of a worthy cause that is contributing to more than 225 current projects overseas and in the United States.

Disaster Preparedness & Response

Selected ASCE papers discuss strategies for reducing loss of life and property damage when this natural hazard occurs. These articles are available in the ASCE Library, free to registered users and subscribers through July 31, 2013.

 

Volunteerism & Mentoring

ASCE offers you rich opportunities to use and grow your skills outside the profession to make a difference. 

From exciting the next generations of engineers to reaching out to developing communities, becoming an active participant in ASCE illuminates the purpose of your work.

Committee Participation

Professional Practice Committee Members

Want to join an ASCE committee?  Find out all the benefits participation provides.

Regions, Sections & Branches

Find your ASCE Region, Section, and Branch to connect with civil engineers in your area.

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Government Relations

ASCE Government Relations has many resources for members to take an active role at all levels of government. Join the Key Contact program to take action on matters crucial to civil engineering and stay up-to-date on issues at the state and federal levels. Want hard facts on why prioritizing infrastructure is more crucial than ever? Check out ASCE’s Report Card for America’s Infrastructure and the Failure to Act economic report series. Make your voice heard! take an active role

K-12 Outreach

Kathy Caldwell at the Future Cities Competition

Whether you are an individual looking to visit a few classrooms, or an outreach leader for your section or branch, ASCE has training and resources to help you communicate more effectively about civil engineering and engage students of all ages!

Getting Started

Portfolio of Programs

Order Pre-College Outreach resources

Contact K-12 Outreach  

You May Have Your P.E., But Do You Know Your PR?

Learn more about ASCE’s PRUniversity, public relations training for civil engineers, and how to bring effective public relations strategies to your Section or Branch.