There are a number of ways to get involved with ASNT and contribute to the nondestructive testing profession. We encourage you to explore the opportunities listed below:
The Committees that make up the structure of ASNT are where the work is done and decisions are made to guide the direction of the society and profession. Committees serve the society by guiding publications, certification, research, and member sections. Members are selected to serve on the basis of their personal interest, qualifications, and their ability to contribute.
Learn more about the structure of Society and joining an ASNT committee.
The distribution of knowledge is critical to advancing the NDT profession and your written contributions are create the body of knowledge. Whether you are interested in writing an article for one of our journals, a chapter, or an entire book, ASNT is excited to have you involved.
Learn more about writing the body of knowledge.
We need subject matter experts to assist staff and various Society committees in the peer review of its educational publications and related content. Becoming a peer reviewer is an excellent way to contribute to the NDT profession while at the same time earning points toward the renewal of your ASNT certification.
Learn more about becoming a peer reviewer and what projects are currently available.
All over the globe, ASNT sections hold regular meetings that serve to educate members about the latest advances in nondestructive testing. ASNT sections are seeking knowledgeable individuals or groups to make presentations covering a wide array of topics.
Knowledgeable people who are willing to volunteer to share their expertise with ASNT members through technical presentations at section meetings are among the most valuable resources to the profession.
Learn more about speaking to an ASNT section.
We need passionate volunteers to help staff and Society members achieve our mission of advancing scientific, engineering, and technical knowledge in the field of nondestructive testing by organizing and implementing Outreach opportunities. This is not only a great way to educate and inspire those who don’t know about NDT, but is also a way to promote NDT careers.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to get started.