The Massachusetts Association of Land Surveyors and Civil Engineers (MALSCE) is dedicated to promoting the highest possible standards of professional practices in the public’s interest.
For Registered Members of MALSCE shall be limited to an individual registered under the law of the Commonwealth as either a Professional Land Surveyor or as a Professional Engineer. A Registered Member shall enjoy full voting privileges and shall be entitled to hold any office.
Associate Members shall be a non-registered individual engaged in land surveying and interested in the advancement of surveying and mapping. Associate Members shall enjoy full voting privileges but may not hold office in MALSCE.
Student Members shall be a student enrolled in a degree program of a recongized school, college or university, who has a sincere interest in land surveying. Student Members have no voting privileges and may not hold office in MALSCE.
Out-of-State Members of MALSCE shall be any individual engaged in land surveying, registered or non-registered, and not residing or practicing in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. An Out-of-State Member has no voting privileges and may not hold office.
For other membership types: http://www.malsce.org/index.cfm?pid=10270
About MALSCE's Dues Waiver Program
In support of our members, in April 2009 the MALSCE Board of Directors voted to create a Dues Waiver Program for current Registered and Associate Members for FY2010 who had paid membership dues in FY2009. This program is being extended for FY2013, which started on July 1, 2012.
Under this program, MALSCE will waive FY2013 Annual Dues for any Registered or Associate Member who was a member the prior year and who is currently unemployed or underemployed*, provided that he/she provides documentation OR a letter to the MALSCE Board to show this current status, along with current contact information, including email, and a signed Affidavit on the Dues Waiver Form (see link above). Participating Members will have access to all MALSCE member benefits, including the ability to attend MALSCE seminars and the Convention at the Member Rate. In addition, scholarships are available for some MALSCE seminars for unemployed or underemployed members.
Acceptable Documentation for the Dues Waiver Program includes:
When you find employment before June 30, 2013, the MALSCE Board requests that you notify us of the change in your employment status, update your contact information and consider a voluntary payment of your FY2013 dues.