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ASCE Members who are 35 or younger are encouraged to join an ASCE younger member group. Find out if there is one near you, and get involved!
ASCE's "Guidelines for Engineering Grades" outline the knowledge, skills, and responsibilities associated with engineers at each grade.
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There are dozens of possible career paths in the field of civil engineering. Five typical career paths are presented here.
ASCE’s Guidelines for Engineering Grades was created to help engineers and their employers recognize an engineer’s level of professional development and career advancement. The guidelines outline the knowledge, skills, and responsibilities associated with engineers at each grade.
The ASCE Guidelines for Engineering Grades Comparison Tool is an interactive online tool that lets you compare requirements across up to three different grades at once.
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