Online or in person. In your hometown or around the globe. ASCE can help you collaborate with like-minded engineers.
Joining ASCE taps you into a powerful network of more than 140,000 civil engineers. Make the connections you need to advance your career, your knowledge, and your circle. When you become a member, here’s how:
Beyond technical knowledge, ASCE conferences provide the ideal setting for you to interact with civil engineers from across the country and around the globe.
And once you return to the city you call home, you can continue the conversation by connecting through MyASCE, your personal online collaboration space.
ASCE in Your Hometown
Wherever you call home, there’s a local ASCE Section or Branch nearby. Section and Branch activities, such as meetings and volunteer projects, make for an ideal, relaxed setting to meet new people, develop new business contacts to grow your business, and learn about the civil engineering projects, regulations and opportunities in your town.
Find out what the ASCE Section or Branch in your town is doing.
Make ASCE Yours...with myASCE
Customize, share, and collaborate in the social media world created just for civil engineers. Your myASCE account will let you:
- Quickly and easily connect with colleagues, old friends, alumni and even that new contact you met at the latest conference
- Join groups (or start your own) in technical and personal topics that are important to you. Then, use your group space to upload and work on documents with group members, start discussion threads, create polls, and more
Share photos on your page then share your thoughts with colleagues using your own blog space.
ASCE on LinkedIn
Join the more than 66,000 members who belong to ASCE’s LinkedIn network. Weigh in on the profession’s hot topics; post your own questions; offer your opinions; search for new career opportunities; and connect with your fellow civil engineering members.
ASCE Social Media
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