BSCES‘s affairs are managed by more than 18 active board-level and operational committees, which provide administrative, outreach, networking, and professional development opportunities for BSCES members. While some committees are chaired and filled by BSCES board members, many are staffed by other BSCES member-volunteers who are interested in furthering the operational objectives of the committee and the society.
Getting involved in a committee is an excellent way to develop leadership, management, and other valuable skills that you would not get the opportunity to learn as quickly in a typical workplace environment. As a committee member, you have the opportunity to apply your technical and professional expertise to important issues, and directly ensure the success of BSCES.
Follow the links below to see a description of each operational committee, and contact the committee chair for additional information or to learn how to volunteer.
The Committee on Sustainability advocates for sustainable infrastructure by bringing awareness to the community as to the importance of sustainable planning, design and construction and promoting tools, certifications and awards relevant to sustainable development in the built world. Read More
The BSCES Program Committee advances the Society goal of becoming the pre-eminent provider of professional development programs for civil engineers in Massachusetts by delivering high-quality professional development lectures, seminars, and training programs. Read More
The Government Affairs & Professional Practice Committee serves as both a catalyst and facilitator in promoting civil engineering professional concerns related to local or national government affairs. Read More
The mission of the History, Heritage & Library Committee is to prepare and submit nomination papers for the designation of Massachusetts sites as National Historic Civil Engineering Landmarks, and the nomination of sites to be Massachusetts Historic Civil Engineering Landmarks. Read More
The Membership Committee’s goal is to increase National and Section membership. The committee is charged with encouraging individuals to become affiliated with ASCE and the Boston Section. Additionally, the committee is charged with encouraging current members to retain their membership. Read More
The Newsletter Editorial Board provides monthly communication to all Section members about local events, the professional practice of civil engineering, technical group meetings, local seminars, special events, member news, etc., through monthly issues of BSCESNews. Read More
The Southeastern MA Committee was established to promote civil engineering in the southeast region of the Commonwealth through community outreach programs and events and sponsorship of professional development workshops and seminars, as well as social networking activities. Read More
Important: To be recognized as a BSCES member you must login using your BSCES assigned username and password.
Please note: BSCES membership is handled through ASCE but your BSCES log in information is different than your ASCE log in information. To update your contact information, please visit their Manage Your Account page.
If you have issues logging in or have additional questions regarding registration, please contact us at 617/227-5551 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Supported by the staff of The Engineering Center Education Trust