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Volunteer Opportunities at SEAMW

Sunday, January 15, 2023 7:19 PM | Joseph Spaziani (Administrator)
Are you interested in getting more involved?  SEA-MW has two new committees and several existing committees looking for volunteers.  We need you!

Join One of Our New Committees Now Forming

1. Sustainable Design Committee: This committee will promote sustainable design practices in structural engineering through leadership, advocacy, outreach and education in the DC area.

Information provided by NCSEA’s Sustainable Design Committee ( could be used to set goals for our local committee.

2. Outreach Committee: This committee will promote structural engineering outside of our profession, develop partnerships with other local groups in the design and construction industries, raise awareness of structural engineering among students in our area, and give back to D/M/V communities through volunteer and outreach efforts.

Please contact Michael Zajac at if you are interested in joining or leading any of these new committees.

Join One of Our Current Committees

1. Rebuilding Together: This annual service project is a nationwide home repair and rehabilitation initiative dedicated to keeping low-income homeowners living in safety, warmth, and independence through volunteer service.

We are looking for volunteers to help plan SEAMW’s annual build. The call for volunteers to work during the event will be posted separately on the SEAMW website.

Read more here:

Contact: Kellie Farster,

2. Local Building Official Outreach Committee: LBOOC is looking for more volunteers to serve as liaisons between SEA-MW and its member firms and Code Officials in the surrounding region.

Read more here:

Contact: Justin Domire and Dave Smith

3. SE3 Committee: The Structural Engineering Engagement and Equity (SE3) Committee raises awareness locally of the NCSEA SE3 survey data, with a focus on recruitment and retention impact, while promoting engagement and equity in the profession. SE3 is looking for representation from more firms to maintain a broad perspective within the committee.

Read more here:

Contact: Jen Greenawalt,

4. SEER Committee: The Structural Engineering Emergency Response Committee is looking for additional members to raise awareness of SEER efforts nationally, and facilitate connections with local jurisdictions.

Read more here:

Contact: Kellie Farster,

5. Young Members Group: YMG provides a community for young structural engineers to interact with their peers in the structural engineering industry, along with their counterparts in other parts of the community, such as young architects and contractors. YMG is looking for leaders to help plan future events.

Read more here:

Contact: Christian Parker,

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