From ASCE’s vision to our key forward-thinking strategies, ASCE believes being effective leaders in our organizations, local communities, and on a global scale is crucial for the future of the civil engineering profession and the world’s infrastructure. Get involved in one of the following programs to develop your leadership skills and advance your career.
Register for ASCE-offered courses on a variety of leadership and management topics to build, enhance and refine your skills.
Apply to represent ASCE at the Emerging Leaders Alliance, an annual interdisciplinary leadership training conference.
Become a part of the legislative process by participating in this annual two-day program in Washington, D.C. Attendees meet with elected officials to advocate for technical and professional issues.
Developing sound management skills will help you in your journey as a leader. ASCE’s Journal of Management in Engineering
offers an avenue for researchers and practitioners to share
contemporary issues associated with management and leadership for the
Participate in this
hands-on workshop in Washington D.C. and major cities around the country
to gain an introduction to public relations, learn tools and tips for
implementing public relations into local activities and professional
work, and build a network of engineering advocates across the country.
Sections and branches interested in PR University should contact Becky Moylan, manager of state public relations, to schedule training in their respective state.
Build your leadership skills as an officer of your local group through participation in the Multi-Region Leadership Conference and the Presidents and Governors Forum, and gain access to additional leadership training opportunities.
Offer the Supercharge Your Career
leadership training program through your local Section, Branch or Younger
Member Council. The courses provide guidance, training and practical
leadership and management concepts for civil engineers with less than 10 years
of experience. At a low cost, ASCE provides the course content, while
local groups are responsible for securing a facilitator and organizing the