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Young Member Groups

 Map of Active SEA Young Member Groups

 

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Active NCSEA Member Organization Young Member Groups

Member Organization

YMG Representative

Alabama SEAoAL Jamieson Matthews
Arizona SEAoA Isha Mehta Mora
     Central Brandon Horton
California SEAOC  
       Northern California Megan August
       Southern California Jessica Chen
       San Diego Suong Chong
       Central California Matt Quan
Colorado SEAC Katie Courtright
Connecticut CT-SEC John Hurlburt
Florida FSEA  
       Bay Area David Fusco
       North Florida Patrick Mull
       Palm Beaches Youry Demosthenes
Georgia SEAOG Francesca Ferrero
Hawaii SEAOH Kevin Galvez
Idaho SEAI Brandon Elizondo
Illinois SEAOI David Nauheimer
Massachusetts SEAMASS Chelsea Hoplin
Metro Washington DC SEA-MW Sharon Jankiewicz
Minnesota MNSEA Elizabeth Manning
Michigan SEAMI Eric Simmons
Montana SEAMT Brady Lassila
Nebraska SEAoN Linsey Brown
New Hampshire SENH Sean Brown
New York SEAoNY Anthony Piderit
North Carolina SEA of NC Edward Chang
Ohio SEAoO Phil Niekamp
Oklahoma OSEA   
       Central Isabella Horton
       Eastern Sai Krishna
Oregon SEAO Deanna Kuhlman
Pennsylvania SEAoP Melanie Rodbart
       Western Pennsylvania SEAoWP Edward Major II
       Eastern Pennsylvania DVASE Leah DeBenedictis
Tennessee TNSEA Dillon Bane
  Cory Scott
Texas SEAoT Joseph Gerke
Utah SEAU Victor Torres
Virginia SEAVA  
        Richmond Region John Ward
        Hampton Roads Region Shane Fowler
Washington SEAW Marcus Freeman
Wisconsin SEA-WI Steve Panaro
Wyoming SEAWY Jera Schlotthauer

An NCSEA Young Members Group (YMG) provides a community for young or new structural engineers to interact with their peers while also eliminating the gap between schooling and licensed practice.

Discussions initiated without the pressure of the workplace allow the meetings to generate intense thought and contagious conversations in a comfortable atmosphere. The primary goal of a YMG is to produce more confident, competent and capable young engineers in the workforce.

The benefits of a YMG for young structural engineers and the structural industry as a whole are numerous. They include, but are not limited to, the following: 

  • A venue for young or new structural engineers to meet, advise, network, and grow together.
  • A productive transition from the university setting to licensed engineer is made possible.
  • Technical confidence and experience are infused among members.
  • Refreshing and interesting discussions and presentations for members in all stages of their careers. either as attendees or volunteer presenters
  • An avenue to get involved with your state Structural Engineering Association as well as the national NCSEA organization.

Click here for a link to the NCSEA Young Member LinkedIn group.  

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Member Only Documents
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» NCSEA Young Members Group Startup Guide 

» YMG Basic Flyer 

» Open Letter to Engineers + Flyer 

» Sample Open Letter to Engineers 

» Sample Young Member Brochure 

» Sample Young Member Brochure 

» Young Member Group Mentor Sign-up Form

» 2016 Young Member Community Outreach