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Welcome to the new AAEES.org

This website will help with the work of keeping our membership connected. With social networking support, simple tools for staying in touch, space for sharing documents and photos and resources to support committees, we can use it to help market our association and highlight great work being done.

In addition, the new AAEES website is going to be the workhorse that will collect member dues and support event registration and payment.

So pardon our dust, we're still under construction. But we invite you to come see what we've started.  

We are currently building out the committee portal, which will allow current committee members to communicate with and share documents online.  We are also in the process of building out the members only section for publications and other important documents.

Even if you are not already a member, you can still utilize the site to apply for membership, register for events, and keep up with Academy news.

If you are a Board Certified Individual, AAEES Member, Student Member, or have previously registered for events, we have already set up an account for you.  We've sent you an email with your username and instructions on how to log in.

  • To login for the first time, you will first need to set up your password. Click here to update your Password.
  • Once updated, you can log in using your username.  By default, your username is your primary email address.

If your email address has changed or you have trouble accessing your new account, you may email Yolanda at [email protected]  She can set a temporary password for you.

If this is the first time creating an account with AAEES, click on the "Create an account" button under the "Quick Links" menu to the right.

While you are logged in, take a look at your profile to see if anything needs to be updated! You can even renew your dues and register for our next event.

We're excited! We hope you will be, too!


New AAEES Career Center Launched

The new AAEES Career Center is now available at https://aaees.mcjobboard.net.

Job Seekers may post resumes, apply for jobs, and have access to useful tools such as alerts, keyword search, and resume bank exposure.  

Employers may post opportunities for internships, contract positions, part-time positions, and full-time positions.  You will receive renewal notifications if your job is about to expire, and access a resume bank of potential candidates.

How can you log in to the new AAEES Career Center?

If you have a log in for AAEES.org, then you already have access to the new AAEES Career Center.   Just go to https://aaees.mcjobboard.net and log in using the same credentials that you use for AAEES.org.  If you do not have an account, click on "Create an Account" under Quick Links and use those credentials to log in to https://aaees.mcjobboard.net.


Job Seekers may post their resumes for free.  This is open to members, non-members, and students.

Employers may post jobs at the following rates.  You may create an account on AAEES.org and use those same credentials to log in to the job board.  As a member benefit, AAEES Board Certified Individuals and AAEES Members may post jobs for FREE just log in using the same credentials that you use on AAEES.org.

  Non-member Pricing Member Pricing
30-Day Listing $200 FREE
60-Day Listing $400 FREE
90-Day Listing $600 FREE
Featured Listing* $50 $25


With a Featured Listing, your job will be promoted at the top of the board and published to the Google Jobs Network.

As a thank you for using the new AAEES Career Center, use the discount code INTRO to receive a one-time discount of 50% off any job postings between now and August 31, 2022.  

Ethics and DEI Statement

AAEES Ethics Statement


The American Academy of Environmental Engineers and Scientists (AAEES) provides leadership and excellence in environmental engineering and environmental science to ensure the safety, health, and welfare of society and the sustainability of the natural and built environments. AAEES has a special role in the stewardship of the environment since it is the organization responsible for environmental engineering and environmental science board certification and the lead society overseeing ABET accreditation for Environmental Engineering, Environmental Engineering Technology, Environmental Science, and similarly named programs.  Ethical behavior is an essential core value of AAEES, and all participants in the activities of AAEES - guests, students, members, Board Certified individuals, honorary members, retired members, staff, and all others - are expected to adhere to its ethical standards stated below:

Canon 1: Professionalism and Competency. Our members are expected to exhibit a high level of professionalism in all their activities. They will exhibit and promote integrity, competence, trust, accountability, and honesty. They will utilize scientific methods, engineering principles, and apply considered judgement, appropriate guidelines, and standards. They will conscientiously avoid real or perceived conflicts of interest but when unavoidable, they will forthwith disclose all conflicts.  As educators and mentors, AAEES members will strive to ensure that graduates from environmental programs are technically and ethically prepared to enter the profession. 

Canon 2: Public Health, Environmental Stewardship, and Sustainability. Recognizing that the natural and built environment must coexist in harmony, our members will work to: protect public health, human welfare, and the natural environment from damage; and restore ecosystem health. They will support and contribute to sustainable development practices in the built environment, considering and balancing societal, environmental, and economic impacts locally and globally.

Canon 3: Respect, Dignity, and Equity. Our members respect the dignity of each person, and actively uphold and incorporate human rights, including social and environmental equity, diversity, and inclusivity, into their activities.   

Canon 4: Advancing the Profession. Our members are committed to applying and advancing innovative practices, sharing knowledge to create appropriate solutions for society, and embracing multidisciplinary collaboration for current and future generations. 

All participants in the activities of AAEES are responsible for supporting adherence to these canons. In particular, everyone must be vigilant and when applicable raise our voices to ensure the wellbeing of society and the environment. For Board Certified individuals, violations of these ethical canons will be referred to the Certification Revolution Committee as laid out in the AAEES Policy and Procedures Manual.

The AAEES Webinar Series

Did you know you can watch our past webinars on YouTube? Click here.

Thank you to all who joined us for our June 15, 2022, webinar featuring Richard B. Czekanski, P.E., BCEE, CME, Senior Associate at Remington & Vernick Engineers, Inc. If you were not able to attend this live presentation on Logan Township MUA 0.5 MGD Water Reclamation Facility Expansion, click here to access the video.

Next Webinar

Environmental Justice at EPA
Wednesday, July 20, 2022
12:00 pm Eastern/9:00 am Pacific


Dr. Philip Fine
Principal Deputy Associate Administrator for Policy

Click here for more information




June 2022 Highpoints Now Online

Items include: Past AAEES Webinars; Upcoming Webinars; New Member Benefit - PDH Online; Nominations Now Open for the 2023 AAEES Awards; Comings and Goings; New AAEES Career Center Launched; The Environmental Engineering and Science Foundation Scholarship Fund - and more!

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