Individual Membership in SAME

Joining SAME is the best way to connect and collaborate for success within the public sector A/E/C industry. You’ll grow professionally and personally so you excel in your job and career.  We work in a joint service environment and across disciplines, giving you a competitive edge in your work and as a professional. 

Whether you’re an experienced or emerging professional, on active duty or in the private sector, practice construction management or business development, SAME has the network, opportunities, and resources that support you and foster leadership at every level of your career. 

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Join SAME today and enjoy these benefits:

  • Expand and strengthen your network of peers who can be a resource and collaborate with you to find solutions to your challenges. You’ll find a direct connection to individuals, future partners, and companies through SAME’s member-only online individual member directory.
  • Further your career and professional success by participating in cutting-edge professional development opportunities at discounted rates.
  • Be in the room where it happens by connecting with government and industry leaders outside formal structures and in an above-board environment.
  • Connect with others in your area of practice or demographic group through SAME’s Communities of Interest
  • Grow as a leader through volunteer opportunities at the local, regional and national levels.
  • Build and strengthen relationships not only nationally, but right where you work with membership to three local chapters (we call them Posts) included in your national membership. There are over 100 Posts in all – you can leverage the entire network of Posts around the world to expand your reach and maximize your potential.
  • Stay informed of industry news, technical advancements, and important business updates with a subscription to The Military Engineer magazine and Real TiME Newsletter.
  • Gain discounts to education and training with other like-minded organizations through SAME’s Strategic Partnerships.

SAME membership terms are for one year and on an anniversary cycle, so you will renew on the anniversary of your join date. If your membership lapses beyond our 90-day grace period, your membership term will begin on the day you renew. Your membership includes membership in one home chapter (we call them Posts) and up to two additional Posts. Once you’ve submitted your national membership, we’ll contact you with instructions on how to complete a full profile and select your Posts so you can start maximizing your membership immediately!

Membership Categories

SAME has a number of individual membership categories to ensure your experience provides maximum return on your investment.

Private Sector Public Sector Academic Non-Profit Retired
Regular Professional (individuals at all levels employed by a privately owned company) - $100/year Uniformed Service (individuals currently on active duty) - $60 for as long as you’re in uniform; yearly confirmation is required of your active duty status (individuals employed by an institution for higher learning) - $45/3 years (individuals employed by a professional 501(c)3 or 501(c)6 non-profit organization) - $45/3 years (individuals no longer working in any capacity) - $40/year
Young Professional (individuals aged 39 and younger employed by a privately owned company) - $40/year Government (civilians working directly for a federal, state, or local govt agency or a service branch) - $45/3 years; yearly confirmation is required of your status as a civil servant

 

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“We are establishing at this time a Society of American Military Engineers. This society will serve no selfish purpose. It is dedicated to patriotism and national security. Its objects are, in brief, to promote solidarity and co-operation between engineers in civil and military life, to disseminate technical knowledge bearing upon progress in the art of war and the application of engineering science thereto, and to preserve and maintain the best standards and traditions of the profession, all in the interests of patriotism and national security.”

–The Military Engineer magazine, January 1920