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Younger Member Forum Print E-mail
The Younger Member Forum (YMF) is open to members 35 years of age or younger, as well as others that are still "young at heart." The group is a stepping stone for young engineers and recent graduates to develop professionally via a mix of technical presentations, community service, student outreach, and social activities. These opportunities assist individuals in building a network of peers that are also in the early stages of their careers. To encourage students to continue their involvement as younger members, ASCE offers a special graduated dues schedule for members in their first five years after receiving a baccalaureate degree.

If you would like to receive announcements of upcoming YMF meetings, social gatherings, and other events in the NYC area on a regular basis, you can subscribe to the Met Section email list or follow our page on Facebook. Anyone interested in getting involved with our group is encouraged to simply show up at one of our future events listed on the right side of this page or contact any of the YMF officers for more information.

YMF Goes Bowling Print E-mail
The YMF hosted a bowling networking event on April 14th, 2016 at Lucky Strike Manhattan in Hell's Kitchen. Two lanes and a pool table were reserved for attendees to enjoy during the venue's happy hour.

A mix of students and young professionals attended this all ages event, which provided for great networking opportunities for all.
YMF Holds Pizza Party & Info Session Print E-mail
The YMF hosted our second annual Pizza Party and information session on April 21st, 2016 at One Penn Plaza. ASCE National encourages this event by providing a shipment of materials, including plates, napkins, flyers, brochures, pens, and magazines, so that students and professionals can learn more about the benefits of joining the YMF. This event is geared mostly towards young professionals who are not in the YMF, and for graduating seniors from universities in the area.

Pizza, cookies, and beverages were provided for the students to enjoy while they looked through and took brochures while mostly informal discussion took place. Some of the topics that were discussed included: post-graduation life, the events that the ASCE YMF holds, the structure of the executive board and meetings.
YMF Hosts 15th Annual Executive Forum Print E-mail
New York's infrastructure is the essential system that keeps the state functioning, but includes many assets which are becoming obsolete for future societal needs, as reflected in the 2015 New York State report card. As infrastructure ages, it needs to be upgraded and maintained to work for a community that will use new methods of commuting, new technologies for living, be affected by a changing environment, and be impacted by more extreme forces of nature.
2016 Mentoring Program 2016 Kicks Off Print E-mail
The kick-off meeting to the YMF's second annual ASCE Mentoring Program was held on February 24, 2016, at AECOM's One Penn Plaza office in Manhattan. The Mentoring Program provides an opportunity to connect student/entry level engineers with intermediate and senior engineers, and time to learn more about a specific field of civil engineering. This was the first of a series of four large group meetings which will be held for the program. Smaller group sessions will take place each month.
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