The Environmental Division offers students access to networking opportunities with seasoned and dedicated professionals in all facets of environmental chemical engineering. If you contact an officer, we can match you with a mentor. Mentors can answer questions about finding a job or internship, networking, and graduate school. Undergraduate students who enter posters in Environmental Division sessions at the fall meeting are eligible for the Student Environmental Paper Award. While you don’t need to be a member of the Environmental Division to attend our technical sessions, members (even student members) can be active in selecting, planning and executing technical sessions.
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Holding a Professional Engineer’s license (P.E.) demonstrates that you have the education, experience, and knowledge necessary to offer your professional services directly to the public. A P.E. license is not required for all career paths, but it does allow you to perform consulting work and bid for public funds. Thus, being a licensed P.E. can expand your career opportunities. In the U.S., each state offers P.E. licensure. Visit the National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying website to learn more.
A graduate degree can help you expand your knowledge, broaden your career horizons, and increase your earning potential.
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