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                        Promoting and Celebrating Engineering in Rochester 

Serving the Rochester Community for over 125 years!     



Individuals who engage in engineering and high-tech professions and study, including students, active professionals and retirees

Individual Members

Individual membership provides the diversity and energy so important in a community organization; it is the lifeblood of our society. If you are a member, we value your support. If you are not a member, please consider joining.

Below you will find a list of Benefits and Membership Grades / Dues, as well as a link to the online application form. If you are a member you may also review our individual member roster.

Individual Membership Roster (for Members Only)

Individual Membership Application Form
Rochester Engineer Magazine:

- State of the Art Articles
- Job Postings
- News from Professional Firms
- College Campus News
- Affiliated Society News
- Engineers' Event Calendar
- Continuing Education Calendar
- RES Events and News
- Targeted Advertising Opportunities

Professional Development & Networking:

- Engineering Training
- PDH credits for P.E. licensing
- Career Mentoring
- Periodic Events: Luncheons/Speakers/Happy Hours
- Annual Gala
- Special Events/Company Tours
- Engineer of the Year Award

Community Involvement:

- Engineering Scholarships
- Engineer of the Year Award
- Middle School E3 Fair

- Boy Scout Explorer Post
- Service Project Partnerships
- Public Policy Committee

- Volunteering

- Tutoring

Membership Grades and Associated Dues:
Regular Member:

A B.S. degree graduate of an ABET curriculum in engineering or an architecture curriculum accredited by AIA; or a BS graduate of an engineering or applied science curriculum with 4+ years experience in engineering work; or a registered Professional Engineer or architect; or through unusual personal development can satisfy the admissions committee of equivalent professional competence.

Student Member:

Person enrolled in an undergraduate / graduate engineering or an allied arts and science curriculum approved by the Board.

Sustaining Member:
$135 or more
Any member who, through his or her interest in the Society, voluntarily elects to provide financial support to the activities of the RES. There are four levels of being a Sustaining Member. Contributor ($135-$249); Donor ($250-$499); Patron ($500-$999); and Benefactor (1,000+)
Associate Member:
Person who, by virtue of his or her interests, wants to participate in or support the activities of the Society.
Retired Member:
Any Regular, Associate or Sustaining Member who has reached the age of 60 and is retired from full time employment with 20 years of RES membership


180 Linden Oaks, Suite 100
Rochester, NY 14625

Administrative Director

Jessie Cocquyt

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