ASCE values the involvement and ideas of early career professionals and sees its younger members as the future of the Society. Younger Members help shape the profession at all levels. As members and leaders of Sections, Branches and Younger Member groups they support one another by providing individual and group resources; opportunities for professional and leadership development; community service and advocacy; and social and professional networking. If you are a student,
we have a section for you too.
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Younger Member groups and councils make up a vibrant peer-to-peer network that supports early career growth and promotes life-long friendships.
Grand Prize: $5,000*
Submission Deadline: June 3, 2021
Record a video that describes or demonstrates how you successfully kept your community together and engaged, along with Section(s), Branch(es), Institute(s), and/or Student Chapter(s), throughout the last year despite the physical restrictions and social uncertainty that many experienced.
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Charge: The Committee on Younger Members (CYM) shall focus on matters of the professional development of civil engineers 35 years of age and younger and facilitate their engagement with and participation in the Society.
Get Involved: Join the Committee! Applications are accepted January-February. Contact:
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