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ASME's PeerLink is an online interaction tool designed with engineers' needs in mind with links to helpful resources, solutions, and ideas from peers. It's much more than discussion boards, because there are many tools integrated into this site to help ASME PeerLink members connect with each other. Access to the ASME PeerLink site is open to both members and non-members of ASME.
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Over 10,000 unique "Likes" on a page filled with community information on membership, events and our Career Center. Global engineers and engineering students interact on a daily basis on issues of critical importance to their careers and community.
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You can also join specially focused groups that are aimed at your specific interest areas:
Women in Engineering
ASME Nanotechnology Institute
International Gas TurbineInstitute
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@ASMEMembership: Discover the benefits that provide value for your ASME Membership dues.
@ASME_FutureME: News and information alerts on early career-related items from ASME including career development and networking opportunities for engineers.
@ASMEIGTI: News and event information from the ASME International Gas Turbine Institute.
ASME's LinkedIn presence spans every area of interest in the field of engineering, from technical to community to career. With nearly 17,000 members in the ASME LinkedIn Group you can interact with potential employers, customers and service providers.
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ASME subgroups on LinkedIn include:
ASME Engineering Management
ASME & Engineers Without Borders
Pressure Vessel and Piping Division
International Gas Turbine Institute
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— Jenn T. Dandrea, ASME Member since 2004
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