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The Philadelphia YMF has three basic objectives: (1) provide networking opportunities, (2) interact with schools and the general public to promote civil engineering, and (3) enhance career development. We have lots of events going on to meet these objectives, and we encourage all ASCE members to participate.

Our Job Listings page features useful links to job search tools, as well as a list of our awesome Sponsors! Our Events page features listings for all our upcoming events, as well as our calendar. Our Photos page has links to pictures from all our past events. Our Outreach page has information on all of our various outreach efforts to K-12 schools, colleges, and the public. And, of course, please Contact us for more information!

The Executive Board

Nha Truong, PE

President

A graduate of Villanova University ('10, BS in Civil Engineering; '12, MS in Civil Engineering), Nha works for the Philadelphia Water Department as an environmental engineer for the Flood Risk Management Program.

Eammon Farley, EIT

Vice President

A graduate of Drexel University ('08, BS in Civil Engineering), Eammon works as a civil engineer for Michael Baker International in their Philadelphia transportation group.

Jesse Gormley, PE

Secretary

A graduate of Drexel University ('10, BS in Architectural Engineering and MS in Civil Engineering), Jesse works as a bridge engineer for Pennoni in their Philadelphia headquarters.

Joseph Natale, PE

Treasurer

A graduate of the University of Delaware (BS and MS in Civil Engineering), Joe works as a structural engineer for WSP in Philadelphia.

Announcements

President's Message

#ASCEMadeMe

  • Nha Truong, PE
  • July 1, 2017

As I step in to the President role to further the success of our ASCE Philly YMF, I’d like to continue where our Past President, Kevin Brown, left off. #ASCEMadeMe.

The reason this phrase resonates with me is that it describes the results of being involved with ASCE and my journey so far. Throughout this journey, I’ve been fortunate to hold various board positions including organizing social events, coordinating the CivE club, and managing our budget, and have been extensively involved with professional development events and outreach opportunities. Through this involvement, I can confidently say that I am a much better friend and colleague, but most important, my career at this point has projected further than if I had not become involved with the YMF. Today, I strongly encourage you all to do the same.

As President of the ASCE Philly YMF, I could not ask for a more dedicated Board or Past President advisors who have held this position before me. It has been a privilege for me to learn from many of our Board members and grow with them in my professional career.

This year, the YMF Board will continue to provide our members and local engineers with impactful outreach opportunities and offer more technical presentations for many of the pioneer engineering projects happening in our City.

I look forward to meeting more of the local engineers this year. Please do not hesitate to reach out to me if you have questions about ways to become involved.

Sincerely,

Nha Truong, PE, PMP
nha.truong@phila.gov

President
ASCE Philly YMF

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Testimonials

YMF members explain how ASCE benefits them

  • Laurel Welch
  • May 24, 2017

After moving to Philadelphia from Florida, I was looking for a community of engineers to join and decided to attend some YMF events, since I had been heavily involved in my college chapter. I was immediately impressed by the number and variety of ways that the Philadelphia YMF connects engineers to each other and to the local community. Since joining the Philadelphia YMF, I have not only expanded my local network of engineering professionals, but I have had the privilege to volunteer at several service events, including roadway and trail cleanups. In addition to serving the local community, these events have been a fun way to meet other ASCE members who have a passion for service and come from a variety of civil engineering disciplines. Whether you are most comfortable meeting people at networking dinners, socials or service events, the Philadelphia YMF offers a wide variety of opportunities to get involved with the ASCE chapter that allow you to grow your professional network and serve the community.

Laurel Welch, EIT
Highway Engineer

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