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ASCE OC Branch - Welcome New Members!

By ASCE OC Membership Committee

Please join the Board of Directors in welcoming the newest members to ASCE OC! We look forward to getting to know you and hope to see you at an upcoming event.

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ASCE OC - Design Challenge’s Upcoming Info Session

By ASCE OC YMF Design Challenge Committee

ASCE OC YMF has been working diligently for the past several months to bring to the community the Design Challenge.

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ASCE OC Community Service - Volunteering from Home in 2020

By Kayla Kilgo, PhD, PE, ENV SP | Community Service Co-Chair

The Community Service Committee would like to thank everyone who “volunteered from home” with us during 2020! We collected 14 STEM activity kits for Illumination Foundation families, donated $390 to Ronald McDonald House, participated in the annual Coastal Cleanup 2020 version: Clean Up Your Happy Place, and collected and donated supplies for dozens of hygiene kits for SONRIE to distribute in Ojos Negros, Mexico!

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Announcement: Renewal Connect Message to License Holders

By BPELSG Connect

Message to the Board’s License holders: As many of you know, in early 2020 the Board initiated the development of a new application/licensing system designed to facilitate the submittal of applications and management of license(s) through an online portal, known as BPELSG Connect.  The first release resulting from this development launched in September 2020 with online Engineer-in-Training (EIT) and Land Surveyor-in-Training (LSIT) applications in addition to online complaint submittals.

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ASCE OC Sustainability Committee - Exploring Santiago Creek on Wheels!

By Sam Ali, PE, LEED AP, ENV SP | Co-Chair Sustainability Committee

To promote active transportation and healthy activities, the Sustainability Committee for ASCE-OC organized a bike ride activity on November 14th along the Santiago Creek Trail in Orange. One of the goals of the committee is to educate the engineering community about the many unique bikeway trails (Class I) in Orange County. The bike ride was approximately 9 miles; a round trip between Main Street and the Santiago Creek Recharge Basin.

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