PSLS is a statewide association of individuals interested in the practice of Land Surveying
The PSLS Board of Directors is made up of two State Directors from each chapter and the Executive Committee. Past Presidents are ex-officio members of the Board. The business of the Society shall be conducted by the Society Board of Directors in the best interest of the membership
PSLS has 12 Standing Committees and ad hoc committees may be added as needed. The specific duties of each committee shall be recommended by the President, approved by a majority vote by the Society Board of Directors, and given to each Chairperson when appointed.
Chapters organize and conduct local activities consistent with the objectives of the Society. Chapter activities are designed to help the professional increase knowledge while providing for peer interaction.
A Sustaining Member shall be an individual, company or corporation having a continuing relationship with or proprietary interest in the profession of land surveying and who wishes to support the activities of the Society.
An Affiliate Member shall be an out-of-state resident who is a member in good standing of the State Society representing licensed land surveyors in the State where the member resides.
The Pennsylvania Land Surveyors’ Foundation was established to promote, improve, and encourage the profession and practice of land surveying in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
The Foundation offers annual scholarships to deserving students interested in the Surveying Profession.
The Pennsylvania Society of Land Surveyors has published statements as a method to better acquaint members and the make the general public aware of the position of the Society regarding these topics.
PSLS presents a variety of awards to nominees during the Annual Conference in January.
Also presented by PSLS are awards for:
A Political Action Committee is the way to get attention in politics. Professional Licensed Surveyors make up about .002% of Pennsylvania’s 12.8 million people. In order to be heard above the crowd, we need to work harder. We need personal contact with legislators. We need money.
PSLS offers advertising to our members by placing ads in the society newsletter, The Pennsylvania Surveyor.
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