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Welcome to the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) Los Angeles Younger Member Forum (LA YMF) web page. Whether your interest lies in K-12 outreach, technical development, community service, sports and social events or anything in between, we have something for you to get involved in!
Our monthly board meetings are held on the second Tuesday of the month and are open to everyone so please come along and introduce yourself. Also, be sure to sign up for our weekly newsletter to stay informed of what we have planned.
I look forward to seeing you at one of our upcoming events or committee meetings. If you have any questions, please get in touch with me.
President - LA Younger Member Forum
Interested in becoming a National ASCE member and/or a Metropolitan Los Angeles Branch (MLAB) Younger Member Forum (YMF) member?
Becoming an MLAB YMF member is easy. There are no extra fees or applications and anyone who qualifies to join National ASCE is welcomed. MLAB YMF provides an opportunity for civil engineers to become familiar with the engineering community and get involved in ASCE early in their professional careers. The official age range is 35 and younger, but we welcome those that are young at heart. Our goal is to capture the enthusiasm we all had as college students and build a coalition of successful younger engineers.
When you join ASCE as a National member, you can take pride in knowing that you're a part of a nationally recognized organization working to improve the public image of your profession, solve our nation's infrastructure crisis, and on the forefront of the industry's sustainability initiatives. It is a great opportunity to become a leader and belong to an amazing professional organization.
In addition, when you become a member of ASCE, your dues help fund most of our programs and events. We invite you to join our mailing list on our home page or contact our Membership Chairs for more information, Kaitlin Hannon at firstname.lastname@example.org.
To become a National ASCE member or for more information visit the links below: