Students who are enrolled in a pre-engineering program junior college, Graduate and Undergraduate Engineering Students in an ABET-accredited engineering program are eligible for FREE membership. Students are affiliated with FES and a local chapter. Active students can benefit from networking events, newsletters and many more resources.
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FES Student Chapters
Finding and nurturing leadership in active student members has allowed FES to become an interdisciplinary organization proudly promoting engineering licensure and ethics. FES is always looking for the next generation of leaders to promote and defend the engineering profession. Leadership training is available at local student chapters under the support of local professional engineers.
Students affiliated to institutions without a student chapter are welcome to join a chapter in their community.
If you would like to know more about starting a FES Student Chapter, download the Student Chapter Start Up Guide.
Student Chapters and Contacts
Each student chapter shall submit an Annual Report prepared by the officers, covering the highlights of its activities, programs, projects and achievements. The Annual Report shall cover the twelve-month period from May 1 to April 30 and shall be submitted to FES State Headquarters no later than May 10th.The Annual Report serves as the official nomination for the FES Student Service Award, Engineering Faculty Member of the Year Award, and Outstanding Service to a FES Student Chapter Award.
Please contact Amanda Hudson for more information.
Benefits of Being A Student Member
Successful engineers will need to achieve balanced excellence in both their technical and professional development. FES offers networking opportunities and professional development activities so students can continue striving towards success. Active membership currently entitles:
Student comments are always valued. The Student Professional Development Committee is composed of local representatives who can assist student members in a wide variety of issues. In addition, an elected student representative to the FES Board of Directors is available to provide guidance upon request. Share your ideas!