It is with great excitement that I welcome you to ASCE LA YMF! I am honored and humbled to serve you as the YMF President and to lead such a strong, energetic, and talented group of individuals. Prior to the beginning of my term, the Board of Directors and I worked together to lay the foundation for a very exciting and productive year. These are five of our major goals for the 2014-2015 FY:
LA YMF is one of the most well-respected YMF groups in the country because of dedicated young leaders and active members such as yourselves. This is your opportunity to get more involved, give back to the community, build your network, develop your skills, and much more! The Board of Director's commitment to you is to empower the membership to address the interests and needs of the engineering community. So to that end, we need your participation and input!
We look forward to serving the ASCE community of Los Angeles!
Jane Tran, P.E.
ASCE LA YMF President
LA YMF invites everyone to attend our last monthly Board Meeting of 2014-15!. Come learn more about our upcoming events for the next ASCE year and how you can get involved in this active organization. All meetings include free dinner. This is a great opportunity for you to find out how you can help with our outreach, networking, and professional activities for the summer season!
Tour Glendora’s own 2 acre castle made completely out of recycled material. Walk on the same soil as presidents and movie stars.
Features include: a drawbridge, a windmill, many large antique engines, a working blacksmith shop, print shop, machine shop, clock tower, and much much more.
Get there early and enjoy fresh fruit donuts from the world famous Donutman Donuts a local favorite.
More info: www.glendorahistoricalsociety.org
What: 90 min walking tour of the grounds and inside the buildings.
When: Sat, Sept. 12th, 2015, 9:45am-11:30am
Where: 844 N. Live Oak Ave., Glendora CA. 91741
Why: See recycling on a grand scale and one man’s quest to build the ultimate castle.
Cost: $5/person (ASCE member) and $10 (non-ASCE members), Free street parking
Click here to RSVP by Wednesday, Sept 9th
LA YMF will be heading back to Glendale to help San Gabriel Valley Habitat for Humanity build the Chestnut Homes. The project includes building three individual three-story homes on one lot in Glendale. We will spend our morning on the construction site helping out with whatever tasks come our way. Space is limited, so please reserve your spot with Kaitlin ASAP!
What: Habitat for Humanity - Chestnut Homes Build
When: Sat, October 24, 2015, 8:00am-12pm
Where: 806 E Chestnut St, Glendale, CA 91205
Why: H4H relies on volunteers in order to complete their projects!