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Kappa Theta Epsilon

Maybe you’ve heard of the group Kappa Theta Epsilon…you may have received an email invitation to join or have seen a bulletin board in ECS, but perhaps you brushed the group aside thinking it was just another random honorary. KTE is not some random honorary. It’s a national honorary society that is specific to intern and co-op students that are the most qualified in the country. At Ohio State, KTE members officially serve as the “voice of co-op and intern students" for the College and University community and provide feedback to Engineering Career Services (ECS).

There are many compelling reasons to join KTE. Members have access to exclusive employer networking events, unique opportunities to develop leadership and service skills, and the chance to have fun and relax with other engineering students. Last year KTE underwent a transformative process to improve the organization. Some new features include an annual KTE members-only … 

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Ohio Professional Engineers Exam

Have you considered the importance of obtaining your Professional Engineering licensure to become a registered engineer within the State of Ohio? If so, please visit the following web site to learn more about first taking the FE (fundamentals exam) when you graduate and when to take the PE exam. Typically, engineers that have graduated from an ABET accredited 4 year BS engineering program need to wait to take the PE after having 4 years of experience within their engineering discipline. Once you obtain your PE, you’ll be able to practice engineering within the State of Ohio and create drawings, for example to have a structure built to your specifications with your PE seal stamp! Learn more about what you need to do now to prepare for becoming a licensed Professional Engineer for the state of Ohio at http://peps.ohio.gov

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