Get involved with SEI to advance your career and the profession.
Expand your horizons with a Young Professional Scholarship to Structures Congress.
This scholarship, made possible by the
SEI Futures Fund, provides motivated young professionals in structural engineering (and related fields) the opportunity to participate and get involved in SEI at Structures Congress.
Apply by December 1 to be considered for the following year Structures Congress.
Many find Structures Congress to be a career-changing and energizing experience, opening up networking opportunities and increasing knowledge around new and emerging trends.
Through the scholarship, SEI grants up to 20 recipients financial assistance, including complimentary registration and varying degrees of travel assistance.
Participating at Structures Congress helped me understand the importance of getting involved with SEI, and how it could help me not only Dream Big, but also make those dreams a reality, and understand there is no better time than the present to begin working with SEI, preparing, and making the future a better world.
Applicants must select which Tier level(s) for which they want to be considered and must be willing to participate in
Structures Congress no matter which award they receive. Selection of multiple Tiers will not affect consideration for the higher Tier awards. All expenses incurred beyond those covered by the scholarship are the responsibility of the recipient. Recipients will be recognized at Structures Congress.
Young professionals share advice and insights on what it means to enter the profession of civil engineering.
Interact with representatives of other engineering and scientific organizations, and develop your leadership skills.
Recognizing younger members of ASCE (35 years of age or younger) who have:
Nominations due February 1.
Take advantage of this exclusive member benefit! Select and participate in up to
5 one-hour on-demand Webinars yearly. Earn a free PDH for each test you successfully pass.
special events for young professionals at Structures Congress.