ASCE is helping to prepare the engineering workforce of the 21st century. We’re doing this by helping every member matter more and making a bigger difference in their careers and lives. We recognize that continuing education remains a cornerstone for civil engineers’ ability to remain competent in their field and to safeguard the health and welfare of the public. We are here to help you meet those expectations, with new tools and resources to prepare you for the challenges that lie ahead.
ASCE President Emeritus Bob Stevens frequently spoke to student audiences during his term and pointed out that he was still a student, and had been throughout his career. Indeed, engineers are students for life, and this is particularly so in a world with rapidly evolving technology and growing needs for sustainability, resiliency, and safety. Consistent with Canon 7 of the Code of Ethics, engineers must continue their professional development throughout their careers and should keep current in their specialty fields through professional practice and continuing education.
To help our members meet these obligations and comply with continuing education requirements for licensure, the Society is doubling the popular 5 PDH program to provide each member with 10 no-cost, on-demand webinars. We are also doubling the choices offering many more options, including on-demand webinars that meet the required ethics credit.
In addition to ASCE’s magazines, newsletters, Smartbriefs, ASCE Collaborate, Access Engineering materials, and many other member educational benefits, ASCE’s free on-demand webinars open a world of knowledge that members can apply immediately in their jobs. Attendees also gain access to a wealth of information, from industry news and trends to technical content. Our on-demand webinars are carefully developed to deliver the most up-to-date content to make you a more effective civil engineer and leader.
As civil engineers continue to build and maintain the world’s infrastructure, ASCE strives to bring you the best tools to advance your career.
In case you missed them, here are some other ways we are working for you:
ASCE Plot Points shines a spotlight on members
We have launched a new podcast that introduces you to a group of dynamic, brilliant, often hilarious civil engineers who are reshaping the way our world looks and works. Hear the trailer, then try the first two episodes. Be sure you’ll get each week’s new episode by subscribing at your favorite podcast platform.
Read how ASCE members inspected structures after the northern California wildfire
Doug Taylor, P.E., M.ASCE, Region 9 disaster preparedness chair, rallied ASCE members to help assess and tag structures in Paradise, CA, site of the deadliest and most destructive wildfires in California history. Taylor provided ASCE News with an update on the group’s work.
Learn how a shift in mental approach can inspire innovation
In the latest episode of ASCE Interchange, Brent Darnell, a consultant to engineering and construction firms, discusses how design thinking can lead civil engineers to creative problem-solving. Watch now and learn how you can effectively incorporate design thinking into your next project.
Enter the fourth annual ASCE Innovation Contest
The ASCE Innovation Contest is a springboard for forward-looking infrastructure ideas. Now in its fourth year, the ASCE Innovation Contest reaches a worldwide audience, delivering value to participants and attracting industry attention. Learn more about the contest and get your submission ready.
Save big on your next adventure with ASCE Travel Discounts
Let ASCE suggest an impromptu getaway to cure those early winter blues. Your ASCE Member Advantages can help you get there for less. The ASCE Travel Discounts program will search hotel and car rental suppliers from around the globe to find you the very best rates. Book your hotel or car before March 31, 2019, and you’ll be entered to win your trip for free! Log in to your ASCE account to browse your deals.
Five world-class projects contending for the 2019 OCEA
ASCE has announced the finalists for the 2019 Outstanding Civil Engineering Achievement award, the Society’s preeminent project honor. All five finalists will be honored at ASCE’s 2019 OPAL Gala, Mar. 14, in Arlington, VA, with the OCEA winner revealed at the end of the event. Find out who the finalists are.
Hello Dear Sir/Madam.
I have a Bachelor Degree in Civil Engineering from Afghanistan In 2004, that I have 14 years experience In construction and I am new here in the United States.
Can I have a membership?
If yes then how can I get it.
Thank you for your interest in ASCE membership. In order to become an ASCE member you will need to fill out our membership application (www.asce.org/join).
You may be interested in learning about our many benefits, here are a few I think you may be interested in:
AccessEngineering – a comprehensive online reference tool in partnership with McGraw-Hill Education featuring over 750 titles spanning all disciplines of engineering. Most titles come embedded with calculator tools, interactive graphs, and downloadable tables to help you solve practical engineering problems. http://www.asce.org/accessengineering
5 free data uses of the 2018 ASCE Civil Engineering Salaries benchmarking tools. http://www.asce.org/salaries
One free specialty institute membership is included with your ASCE membership with your ASCE membership – Access to technical, educational, and professional resources in your specialty area, and Specialty-specific newsletters. http://www.asce.org/institutes
ASCE Collaborate – an exclusive online meeting forum for ASCE members to compare notes, trade lessons learned, and share perspectives. collaborate.asce.org
Starting January 1, 2019, 10 free on-demand webinars eligible for PDH credit (upon successful exam completion) http://www.asce.org/freepdh
We greatly appreciate your interest in ASCE membership and look forward to you joining out community.
Please feel free to contact me at [email protected] with any questions.