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Chair’s Corner: Engineering Experience in the Construction Field

As life goes on, virtual graduations are everywhere, and newly minted engineers are looking for real jobs. It is important for them to understand the pros and cons of career choices they make and how it affects professional growth. Though most engineers are aware of the four years of required experience for licensure, it appears they are generally not aware of what constitutes acceptable qualifying engineering experience for licensure.

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Chair’s Corner: Continuing Education in Uncertain Times

NCEES has canceled the April 2020 PE exam as well as the zone meeting. The next FBPE board meeting in April will be a virtual one. It seems most of us have had to switch to working remotely and I am confident we can be up to the task. One possible benefit of being cooped up in the house, is being able to complete the required continuing education courses.

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