There are several ways to “get involved” with ASME, from becoming a member to sharing your engineering expertise.
Become a Member
Beocme a member and join a community of the best and brightest engineers. with an ASME membership comes access to a host of career-enhancing benefits including the award-winning Mechanical Engineering magazine; a variety of industry resources, networking opportunities and discounts to ASME technical journals, books, confereneces, courses and more.Professional, Student and Early Career membership options are available.
Volunteer Or Connect Locally Based On Your Interest
ASME's volunteer groups are organized into Sections, which serve as the organizatin's local chapters. Members can engage locally based on their geographic location. Student Sections allow student members to connect via their school.
Technical Divisions are established based on common technical interests. These groups are available for a wide range of Mechanical Engineering interests, industries and experts.
Share Your Expertise
Put your knowledge and experience to work by participating in ASME's Standards & Certification Development activities. ASME's Standards are developed by technical committees—mechanical engineers and others who represent various facets of their industries.
Participation on ASME's standards developing committees is free and open to technically qualified individuals with a willingness and ability to contribute.
Get involved with the engineering community and ASME. Volunteer, find local groups and resources and join the discussion online.
Groups, Sections, and Technical ...Members can engage with various ASME official groups, led by ASME volunteers.
Volunteerism and CommunityResources to support all volunteer activities, including ASME’s online Community.
Becoming an ASME Member
Joining ASME is the most important connection a current or future Mechanical Engineer can make.