ASNE student members are showing their commitment and leadership as an engineer, while gaining access to a wide variety of resources that will further their careers. In 2020, undergraduate students have free registration to MACC in Baltimore, MegaRust in San Diego, TSS in Washington, D.C., AMTS in Philadelphia, and FMMS in Virginia Beach. In addition, to these publication and networking opportunities, local sections meet on a monthly basis and there are regular virtual webinars that connect ASNE members with high-impact speakers across the country. Much of ASNE’s on-demand learning catalog is free for members, and it contains student-focused modules on Resume Building and Interview Preparation for New Engineers.
Did you know? ASNE will provide 1 year of complimentary student membership to any student providing proof of membership in a related technical society such as AIAA, ASME, IEEE, NSBE, SAME, SHPE, SNAME, or SWE.
The American Society of Naval Engineers (ASNE) can help you figure out if a career in naval engineering is right for you and help you get started. ASNE offers student membership and has several student chapters. Membership dues for students and young professionals are deeply discounted. Let ASNE help you figure out if a career in naval engineering is right for you and help you get started. Become a member today!
As a student member you can take advantage of the following opportunities:
- Access to ASNE’s naval engineering career site
- Free admission to most ASNE symposia for full-time undergraduate students
- Scholarship program
- Professional networking opportunities
- Access to the ASNE technical library
- Membership directory
- Community outreach activities
- Volunteer opportunities
- Awards program
- Opportunities to publish technical papers
- Discounts on past symposium proceedings
- Electronic subscription to the Naval Engineers Journal