Membership and Community
Take this opportunity to make a difference in the profession by participating in a National, Institute, or local committee.
53 - ASCE’s Partners Program offers customized products and resources for mid- to
large-sized organizations by working with each Partner to develop a cost-effective and customized package of ASCE benefits, including membership, continuing education, and publication programs and discounts.
5 - Civil Engineering Magazine
ASCE’s award-winning magazine brings you features on the profession’s most remarkable projects and people, as well as a compelling mix of engineering trends, engineering science, business and professional strategies, exploration of key issues, and news free.
- Read Civil Engineering in print or online
- Access exclusive weekly web content
- Download the app for Apple or for Android devices
Get ASCE value delivered right down the street through your ASCE local Section, Branch, or Group. Meet new people, develop business contacts, and gain invaluable opportunities to enhance your leadership skills.
Student Membership is FREE and includes competitions like the Daniel W. Mead Student Contest and National Concrete Canoe Competition; access to internships and career advice; scholarship and fellowship opportunities; and more.
You can get involved by presenting your latest project to a Student Chapter, inviting students for a tour of your job site, or judge at a local concrete canoe or steel bridge event.
82 - Technical Activities: Meet and collaborate with like-minded professionals to define the profession’s standards as well as focus on the technical, educational, and scientific issues within your area.
87 - As a civil engineer you need access to information specific to your chosen area of practice. That’s why ASCE gives you free membership in one of its eight technical Institutes.
47 - Younger Members
ASCE Younger Member Groups (YMGs) help young engineers — age 35 and under — get involved in ASCE and grow professionally. Local YMGs host community service training and events, among other activities. Connecting with peers helps you acclimate to the working world and start advancing your career.