UC Berkeley

A Social, Professional, and Developmental community for Mechanical Engineers at Berkeley


About Us

The American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) is an international professional organization connecting Mechanical Engineers, both in the field and in academia, around the world.  Here at Cal, ASME is both a pre-professional and educational organization geared towards fostering and enriching the academic experience of M.E. students at Berkeley. Our chapter has three primary focuses: Professional, Social, and Developmental. Throughout the year, we host professional events like resume workshops and career fairs.  

What We Do

Our ASME Chapter hosts Professional, Social, and Developmental events for our members


We host professional events like our annual career fair and resume-building workshops. Our large network of engineers eases the process for students to connect with professionals, score their dream internships, and receive professional advice and mentorship.


We regularly engage in social events like our staple biweekly casual meetups ("MechEats"), hikes ("TrekEats"), and other events like an annual trivia competition ("Mech-athlon")! We switch things up often, so who knows what our next social events might consist of!


We have technical development workshops to supplement the education Mechanical Engineers receive at Berkeley. We regularly have a "WreckEats" event, where members take apart scrap technology, and also host workshops to train members' technical skills like GD&T and CAD.