Civil Engineering Club

ASCE-Sponsored Outreach Program

ASCE's Civil Engineering Clubâ„¢ initiative is an after school program that offers students an opportunity to learn more about the civil engineering field. In 2012, in an effort to bring this exciting opportunity to Philadelphia, the Philadelphia ASCE YMF started the first Civil Engineering Club in Pennsylvania at Marian Anderson Neighborhood Academy, formerly known as Chester A. Arthur School. At the time, it was one of only 10 programs recognized nationally, and the only program catering to middle school (6th-8th grade) students.

The major goals of the club are to show local students the diversity within civil engineering, and to have all of the students understand that anyone can be an engineer if they want to be and are willing to work for it.

Meetings typically feature a speaker giving a short presentation and answering any questions from the students, before leading a group activity that corresponds to the presentation material. The current year's schedule schedule is as follows:

To learn more about how this club was started, or to get involved, please contact:

Anthony Rizzo EIT, ENV SP

Nooraldean(Noor) Dabdoub

Also, more information is available by visiting ASCE's Civil Engineering Club website, including details on how you can start your own club at a local school and useful resources for anyone doing student outreach!

Thank you for viewing this page and please enjoy the galleries below from various working sessions and videos about the Club.