Younger Members

As a civil engineer who is age 35 or younger, you are eligible to join The Arkansas Younger Member Group of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE). As a member you will be able to vote, to hold office, and to exercise your abilities in making the group more effective in the professional development of young civil engineers. 

We are proud of the Arkansas YMG. This is more than just a social organization. It is part of the professional society that unites all civil engineers throughout the world. Through the activities of ASCE, civil engineers have the opportunity to work toward the advancement of knowledge in Civil Engineering and to make contacts that benefit their own professional development. Joining a Younger Member group is your first opportunity to show your professional consciousness in Civil Engineering. The Younger Member group offers you an opportunity to expand your technical education, leadership skills, and to become an involved civil engineer.

The Arkansas ASCE Committee is currently seeking nominations for the Younger Member Employer Recognition Award. Please publicize this announcement in your local newsletter, through your local e-mails, or on your web site so your Younger Members are informed of the program. Additionally, the Employer Recognition Award was created to recognize employers who support young engineers and assist with their personal development. A list of winning organizations will be submitted for publication in ASCE News and included in the Younger Member Newsletter. Please contact us by using the "Contact Us" link on this webpage for the nomination forms.

The Region 4 Assembly of the American Society of Civil Engineers is proud to conduct the Daniel V. Terrell Paper Competition for Younger Members. This prestigious competition has been held for over 50 years and commemorates Dean Terrell's many years of work and service to the Society and especially his leadership in the establishment of the District Council System, the predecessor of the Region 4 Assembly. Click here for more info.

The Arkansas Section falls into Region 4 Community. Please click here to find out more about our Governors and House of Delegates in Region 4.