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An AFFILIATE MEMBER shall be a person in an allied field cooperating with and/or working closely with structural engineers in the advancement and practice of the technical aspects of structural engineering. 

An ASSOCIATE MEMBER shall be a structural, civil, or architectural engineering graduate who is not eligible for the grade of Member or Member SE.

A CORRESPONDING MEMBER shall be a person interested in supporting the goals and purposes of the Association who does not qualify for other membership grades or who does not reside in California or Nevada. 

An INDUSTRY MEMBER shall be a person in an industry cooperating with structural engineers. 

A MEMBER shall be a Civil Engineer registered in the State of California regularly engaged in the practice of structural or related engineering, a person who conducts research and/or holds a teaching position at a university or college, or a person the Board of Directors feels qualifies for the grade of Member.  

A MEMBER SE shall be a Civil Engineer registered in the State of California with authority to use the title Structural Engineer. 

STUDENT MEMBER shall be an engineering student who is enrolled full time in an accredited engineering school or college.

PLEASE NOTE: Per our bylaws any pending member’s name must be posted online for a period of 30 days for our members to review and bring forth any potential concernsPlease be aware that your membership will be pending for this amount of time until it receives final board approval. Lists are posted once a month, on the first of the month. SEAONC membership runs from July 1 - June 30.

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Structural Engineers Association
of Northern California
575 Market Street Suite 2125
San Francisco, CA 94105
Phone: 415.974.5147

Mission: To advance the practice of structural engineering, to build community among our members, and to educate the public regarding the structural engineering profession.

Vision: A world in which structural engineers are valued by the public for their contributions to building a safer and stronger community.