Build leaders and lead collaboration among government and industry to develop multidisciplined solutions to national security infrastructure challenges.
Nominations for SAME National Leadership
The SAME National Leadership Team is committed to finding dedicated volunteer leaders who are steeped in a broad range of SAME experiences over time and who have a solid foundation of proven Post level achievement. We need your active involvement to find the “best of the best” to serve as National Officers and Elected Directors for the Society.
The deadline to submit a nomination is Dec. 1, 2023.
Latest National Events
2023 Federal Small Business Conference for the A/E/C Industry
- San Antonio, TX
Latest Society News
The Military Engineer | September-October 2023
2023 SAME Camps Season in Review
Immerse yourself in YOUR Future! That was the theme for the 2023 SAME Camp Season, with nearly 300 students from across the United States participating in hands-on engineering and construction activities at locations in partnership with the military services.Learn More
LDP: Leaders to Watch
The 2023-2024 class of SAME’s Leader Development Program includes a diverse group of participants from across the Society. Now in its fifth year, the Leader Development Program is the cornerstone investment of the SAME Foundation, nurturing leadership skills in high-potential mid-career members through speakers, training, group exercises, and utilization projects intended to advance a key issue within the engineering community.
Securing America’s Future, Together — Join Us!
SAME provides its more than 27,000 members from across military, government, industry, and academia with extensive opportunities for education, training, and networking through a robust offering of conferences, workshops, community events, publications, webinars, leader development, STEM outreach, and other member-driven programs.Become a Member
Communities of Interest
Young Professionals Community
The mission of the Young Professionals Community of Interest is to be an advocate for and engage young professionals support for SAME’s Strategic Plan through outreach, training, networking and recognition.
Founded in 1920, the Society of American Military Engineers sought to ensure the lessons of WWI would be remembered in order to ensure that America’s entire engineering community would be prepared for the next conflict, and have the needed trust and understanding to best serve our national security.Learn More
Strengthening Industry-Government Engagement
As the cornerstone on which the Society was founded in 1920, industry-government engagement remains “mission-essential” for the organization a century later, as the first goal of the 2025 SAME Strategic Plan. In 2021, SAME initiated a new process to evaluate and execute national-level IGE projects in order to ensure we deliver impact and maximize the use of available resources
SAME Foundation: Fostering Engineering Leadership for the Nation
Established in 2016, the SAME Foundation is committed to investing in programs that will have an enduring impact on developing engineering leaders for our nation. America’s future is bright. Let’s help make it brighter!Learn More
Welcome to the new SAME national website. This is the launch of Phase One of our Enterprise Management System (website, member database, application portal, and more). To access your SAME member account, you will need to log in above using your email address and you will be asked to create a new password. If you have any questions or issues, contact email@example.com.
This initial operating capability of the new website and member database has become a true “design-build” project. That means that the legacy SAME website is still operational, and contains some content you may be looking for. If you are redirected to the old website, that is normal (for now). You may find what you are looking for there. Mainly, this now includes the calendar of events and SAME Post webpages. These pages will be migrated over to this website in the near future; until then, thank you in advance for your patience. For a full list of ongoing EMS priorities, click on the button above. Effective: 3/15/2023