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SE3 Committee June News

Monday, June 1, 2020  
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SE3 Webinar: What Can We Learn From the 2008 Recession?
On Thursday, May 28th, SE3 hosted a webinar-format panel discussion on “lessons learned” from the 2008 Recession for around 150 attendees. Our panelists featured SEAONC members who were at different points in their career during the last major economic downturn in the Bay Area - from entry level to Principal - and experienced a range of impacts on their work situations. Panelists shared stories and answered questions that are particularly relevant now, as we face the long-term impacts of the Covid-19 pandemic. Topics covered included maintaining employee engagement during uncertain times, and strategies for individuals who have lost employment. Full event recap is on the SE3 website.


Whether or not you have been a member of our committee in past years, we would be delighted to have your contributions in any of our sub-committees and programs. If you are interested in joining the SEAONC SE3 committee, please email us at New members are always welcome! In addition to mentorship and D&I related efforts, SE3 is working on several other projects. Learn more on the SE3 Task Group website.

NCSEA SE3 National Survey

NCSEA SE3 has rolled out the 2020 Survey! The survey focuses on career satisfaction, engagement and retention, compensation, and work-life balance within the structural engineering community. Please respond to the survey at this link! If you are interested in helping the committee with outreach and analyzing the results, please send an email to

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

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