In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, ASCE Ithaca Section is suspending all in-person activities until further notice. This action is consistent with recommendations made by government agencies and medical professionals, and is intended to slow the progression of the virus.
Thank you for your cooperation during this unprecedented epidemic. We strongly encourage you to heed the latest recommendations and directives of your local health department to help avoid contracting and to stem the spread of this virus.
Welcome to the Ithaca Section
The Board of Directors and Officers welcome you to the Ithaca Section of the American Society of Civil Engineers. The Ithaca Section focuses on developing learning opportunities for its members, business relationships and friendships. We work to make valuable information accessible of the sort that rarely appears on websites or in books and magazines. We promote the profession with public events and media and political outreach.
We accomplish our goals through the work of many member volunteers. Their efforts allow us to offer numerous technical and social events throughout the year. We also team with other professional engineering societies to celebrate the accomplishments of local engineers and provide continuing educational opportunities. Participation is key to our success, and we encourage our membership to be involved and strongly consider becoming an officer or joining a committee – they will find that their involvement is rewarding, not only for their professional development, but also from the personal relationships that are garnered.
We are always receptive to input on improvement, and encourage members to provide suggestions. You can email your ideas to ASCE.Ithaca@gmail.com.
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Volunteers Needed for Cornell Resume Review
Each year the Ithaca Section of ASCE presents a Resume Review Workshop for the ASCE students at Cornell University. This year we are teaming with the New York Water Environment Association (NYWEA). Volunteers are needed to do one-on-one sessions (via Zoom breakout rooms) with up to 4 students on November 11, 2020 from 6 to 8 pm. No experience is necessary other than providing a fresh perspective on their resumes. If you can volunteer, please email Kelly Sullivan by clicking here.