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MEMBERSHIP  LEVELS

Membership in the Ukrainian Engineers' Society of America is seperated into four distinct levels. Descriptions of the qualifications, rights, and dues rates are described below. Applications for each level may be downloaded from the appropriate section.

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Student Membership:

To qualify for a student membership, the applicant must be enrolled in a college program focused on engineering, the sciences, the financial sciences, or architecture.

A student member can participate in all UESA functions, will receive all UESA publication and mailings, is eligible for all UESA member benefits & discounts, and can be assigned to project committees.

A student member is ineligible to hold an official local chapter or national board position. A student member can not participate in national organization voting.

Student members will be assigned to local chapters based upon the location of their prefered mailing address. In regions where a local chapter does not exist, the member will be registered as a "Member-at-Large."

Dues for "student members" are $15 annually.

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Professional Membership:

To qualify for "professional membership", the applicant must be a practicing or retired professional, professor, or graduate of a university program in a technical field such as engineering, architecture, the sciences, mathematics, economics, finance or computer science.

Licensure in an applicant's area of practice is not required but encouraged.

A professional member can participate in all UESA functions, will receive all UESA publication and mailings, is eligible for all UESA member benefits & discounts, can be assigned to project committees, can hold both national and/or local offices, and is eligible to vote in all matters pertaining to UESA.

Members will be assigned to local chapters based upon the location of their prefered mailing address. In regions where a local chapter does not exist, the member will be registered as a "Member-at-Large."

Dues for "professional members" are $50 annually for practicing professionals and $30 annually for retired professionals.

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Associate Membership:

To qualify for "associate membership", the applicant must be a practicing or retired professional or professor in a field which is considered "complimentary" to the technical fields of a professional member. A degree in a technical field is not required. For example, contractors who work with architects and engineers would be eligible for "associate membership."

Certification or Licensure in an applicant's area of practice is not required but encouraged.

An "associate member" can participate in all UESA functions, will receive all UESA publication and mailings, is eligible for all UESA member benefits & discounts, and can be assigned to project committees.

Members will be assigned to local chapters based upon the location of their prefered mailing address. In regions where a local chapter does not exist, the member will be registered as a "Member-at-Large."

Dues for "associate members" are $50 annually for practicing professionals and $30 annually for retired professionals.

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