WHY BELONG TO ASCET ?
Even though the Dues are low, the Benefits for becoming and staying a member can’t be beat...
WHAT ADDITIONAL BENEFITS DO I RECEIVE with my membership?
SERVICES: ASCET continues to broaden its member services each year. Currently, special rates are offered to members by various credit cards, discounts on car rentals from Hertz, hotel accommodations, and employment agencies.
EMPLOYMENT REFERRAL SERVICE: This free service provides a list of members seeking employment, as well as companies seeking qualified employees. Lists are published in most issues of CET Magazine, and available on our website.
STUDENT FINANCIAL AID: ASCET sponsors student chapters in colleges and universities nationwide, and annually awards two memorial grants and several small cash grants to worthy students.
AWARDS PROGRAM: ASCET presents awards in recognition of achievement in many categories.
NATIONAL AND REGIONAL MEETINGS: Attendance at these meetings offers the opportunity not only to have a voice in your Society, but to network with other technicians and technologists from throughout the United States and Canada, not only in the Civil Engineering Tech. Field, but in a variety of different Industries.
REPRESENTATION: Members of the ASCET Board, hold positions on the NICET Board of Governors, so your Concerns and Issues regarding testing and certification can be represented, addressed and discussed more readily. In addition, many ASCET members also hold positions in several different Professional Societies, so your opinions and concerns regarding Codes can also be represented and addressed.
CAN I JOIN ASCET? YES, IF YOU . . .
Ø CERTIFIED MEMBER . . . have been certified by a Society-recognized program. For a complete list of approved programs, contact the ASCET Website.
Ø REGISTERED MEMBER . . . are an engineer or land surveyor and hold a professional registration in any state.
Ø REGULAR MEMBER . . . are an engineering echnician or technologist with a minimum of two years' experience in engineering technology, or hold a two- or four-year degree from an accredited engineering technology program.
Ø STUDENT MEMBER . . . are a full-time student currently enrolled in an engineering technology curriculum at an institution which has an ASCET student chapter, or will initiate action to form one.