The ASCE Rochester Younger Member Group
The next generation of civil engineers will play an important role in the revitalization of Rochester. 2008 saw the re-launch of the ASCE Rochester Younger Member Group to support the advancement of civil engineering students and graduates, aged 35 and younger. These emerging leaders will contribute to the development of our city and surrounding area for years to come, and our mission is to sustain them in their commitment to the profession. Essentially, we aim to provide our young civil engineers with valuable connections to the community through engaging and enjoyable experiences.
Young Civil Engineers as local leaders in Rochester building a better quality of life.
To provide essential value to our members, their careers, our partners, and the public, the ASCE Rochester Younger Member Group will:
Facilitate the advancement of technology.
Encourage and provide the tools for initial professional development.
Promote professionalism and the profession.
Develop and support young civil engineer leaders.
Advocate infrastructure and environmental stewardship.
Facilitate the advancement of technology to enhance quality, knowledge, competitiveness, sustainability, and environmental stewardship.
Encourage and provide the tools for initial professional development to aid our younger members’ growth through the formative stages of their professional careers.
Promote professionalism and the profession throughout the local community to enhance the stature of young civil engineers.
Develop and support young civil engineer leaders to broaden our younger members’ perspectives, enhance their career growth, and engage in public participation.
Advocate infrastructure and environmental stewardship to the community by educating our younger members and others of the importance of protecting the public health and safety and improving the quality of life of Rochesterians.
To learn more, contact Matt Putnam at email@example.com