Younger Member Forum

Click here to visit the Younger Member Forum of Orange County web site.

 

Join us for our Monthly Board Meetings
The third Wednesday of each month at 6pm

Jacobs Engineering
3161 Michelson Dr. #500 (5th Floor), Irvine, CA

 

Please check our upcoming events for details and updates. If you have any questions, comments or ideas for OC YMF, please feel free to contact our OC YMF President at [email protected].

Contacts

Nestor Godinez, PE
Younger Member Forum President
SLR International Corporation
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