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  What is the NCSE?
  The North Carolina Society of Engineers, founded in 1918, is a nonprofit non-partisan, non-sectarian organization which helps promote the social, economic, and technical interests of the engineering profession throughout the State of North Carolina. By fostering better standards of engineering ethics and disseminating engineering knowledge among its members, it helps secure efficient service for the public and protects the public from incompetence in all lines of engineering work.
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  The NCSE, with dedicated leadership, is actively pursuing these objectives, and to date has accomplished much for the most progressive of all southern states. You can help your colleagues achieve these necessary and worthy goals by active leadership in the NCSE.
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Local clubs
Durham Engineers Club
East Carolina Engineers Club
Greensboro Engineers Club
Raleigh Engineers Club
Winston-Salem Engineers Club
Wilmington Engineers Club
Charlotte Engineers Club (future)
Asheville Engineers Club (future)
2014 Golf/Scholarship SPONSORS

BB&T Scott & Stringfellow
NCSU Engineering Foundation 
Combs Tax Service
In Memory of Phil Ball, PE, Lifetime Member   
ITC Service Group, Inc. 
Positron Access
Letchworth and Friends
Larry Goode, PH.D., PE
Lynn Eury, PE
Mike Wagoner, PE
Specified Technologies, Inc.
AMEC Environment & Infrastructure




What does the Society offer me?

Access to established engineers in all engineering disciplines to provide guidance and leads, to help network to find jobs.

Mentors to help young engineers learn the ropes in the engineering profession.

Semi-annual meetings offering presentations to help further your engineering career.

Association with some of the top engineers in their fields right here in North Carolina.

Opportunity to hang out with some great guys who care about young people and the engineering profession.

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The North Carolina Society of Engineers (NCSE) is a society to promote the social, economic and technical interests of the engineering profession.  We support understanding and adhering to the standards of engineering ethics.  
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Upcoming Events

Summer Meeting Scheduled

 The Summer Meeting is set for September 24-27 at Beaufort, NC.  Place on your calendar.  Details to follow. 

Thursday, September 24, 2015

 Beaufort, NC

Recent News
 Larry R. Goode, Ph.D., P.E. of Raleigh was installed as President for 2015 at the Winter Meeting on February 28.  Goode and other Officers and Directors were given the Oath of Office by Marcus Crotts of Winston-Salem.
 Van Crotts, of Winston-Salem, has established a scholarship at NC State University for the benefit of Forsyth County students.  READ MORE.
Van Crotts of Winston-Salem has been named the NCSE Outstanding Engineer of 2014.  The Award was presented at the Summer Meeting, August 15, at Sunset Beach, NC.  See PHOTO 1.   See PHOTO 2.
 Byron Anderson from Wilson, NC and William McCarrick from Hickory, NC have been awarded the Society's Ron Harrell Scholarships for 2014-15.  Byron is a Senior at East Carolina University, and William is a Sophomore at NC State University.  CLICK for PHOTO.
Joining NCSE Today Can Have an Amazing Impact on Your Career!
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