ACCESSE24 Home PageEnhance Your Leadership at ACCESSE24

July 23-25, 2024 | Toronto, ON, Canada

ACCESSE is our annual event that blends leadership development, peer-to-peer connections, and expert content in managing science, technology, engineering, and math societies. As a trusted space for STEM society professionals, the event offers fresh perspectives and innovative ideas aimed at enhancing leadership and management skills. These skills empower professionals to achieve their organizations' objectives and amplify their impact across the STEM landscape. Register for ACCESSE24 >


Networking, Education, and the Sharing of Best Practices

A Trusted Community

The Council of Engineering and Scientific Society Executives (CESSE) is the professional home for hundreds of STEM society CEOs and staff who value the trusted network and experience of their peers. Committed to diversity, equity, and inclusion CESSE fosters a welcoming community based on mutual respect, shared learning, and a commitment to action; dedicated to advancing DEI in all we do.

Members have made CESSE the go-to source for education, networking, and the sharing of best practices in STEM societies. Through the online CESSE Communities members seek and share resources, advice, and experiences on governance and board best practices, changes impacting STEM society publishing, advocacy, membership, DEI initiatives, and more. Learn more about how you can become an active member of the CESSE community.


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Become a part of the CESSE community comprised of CEOs, meeting planners, membership and marketing managers, publishing specialists, and more. Explore the value of forging deep connections with STEM society professionals.

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A Lively Online Community

Get the go-to member resource: CESSE Communities. It’s the place where they can bring their challenges and expect their colleagues to share real-world solutions. Find out the latest industry news, events, and updates first on CESSE Communities.

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