Representing the interests of engineers across America
The American Association of Engineering Societies (AAES) is a multidisciplinary organization of engineering societies dedicated to advancing the knowledge, understanding, and practice of engineering. AAES member societies represent the mainstream of U.S. engineering — engineers in industry, government, and academia.
Advancing the engineering profession's impact on the public good.
To serve as one voice for the U.S. engineering profession.
Election Results from Nov. 5, 2015: Alyse Stofer was elected to assume the position of chair beginning Januay 1, 2016. Three new Board members were also elected.
The Engineering Competency Model has launched! AAES and the U.S. Department of Labor have developed a model for the engineering profession in order to help build a broader understanding of the knowledge and skills needed by engineers.
The National Academy of Sciences Building
2101 Constitution Ave N. W.
Washington, D.C. 20148
AAES' Engineering Workforce Commission monitors engineering job statistics that help universities, corporations, and government set salary, hiring, enrollment, and degree trends in the marketplace. Each year it publishes three major surveys regarded as the most accurate, objective, and timely reports about the engineering workforce:
The 2015 Engineering Salary Survey publication is available for purchase!
Check out our other publications:
2014 Engineering & Technology Degrees
2013 Engineering & Technology Enrollments
2013 Engineering Salary Survey: Professional Income of Engineers
2012 Salaries of Engineers in Education
Diversity Coalition Group
Purpose: to serve as a catalyst in the engagement, read more
Engineering Education Working Group
Purpose: a forum to discuss issues and opportunities, read more
Engineers Forum on Sustainability
Purpose: to promote the principles and practice of sustainable development, read more
International Activities Committee
Purpose: a forum for the timely coordination and development of policies and programs, read more
K-12 Working Group (STEM)
Purpose: to promote the importance of science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) education for students in kindergarten through high school (K-12), read more
Lifelong Learning Working Group
Purpose: to emphasize the urgency of a need to change the culture of lifelong learning among engineers in the U.S., read more
Professional Licensure Working Group
Purpose: a forum to discuss, as appropriate, issues related to licensure as a Professional Engineer, read more
Honoring People for their Contributions to Engineering and Society
Presented for leadership and devotion to the improvement of engineering education, the advancement of the engineering profession, and development of sound public policies.
Recognizes an engineer who has been effective in promoting unity among the engineering societies.
Presented to an engineer who has demonstrated the capacity for communicating the excitement and wonder of engineering.
Presented for scientific or industrial achievement in any field of pure or applied science.
Recognizes outstanding reporting of an event or issue that furthers public understanding of engineering.
Recognizes an individual who encourages cooperation between engineering professionals and environmentalists to create innovative solutions to environmental problems.
Member Society Spotlight
American Nuclear Society (ANS)
ANS was established in 1954 by a group of individuals who recognized the need to unify the professional activities within the various fields of nuclear science and technology. ANS’ diverse membership is composed of approximately 11,000 engineers, scientists, administrators, and educators representing 1,600 plus corporations, educational institutions, and government agencies.