US Navy Engineer Corps Collegiate Program
Engineers and Architects Needed!!!
The US Navy's Civil Engineer Corps Program (CEC) is seeking undergraduates interested in being an engineer in the Navy AFTER they graduate, but want to get PAID NOW! Here's the facts:
You do NOT have to be a Civil Engineering major. All Engineering majors accepted.
WHILE IN SCHOOL
- Earn up to $139K (direct pay, not a scholarship)
- This is NOT ROTC -No uniform/drill/training
- Full Medical/Dental Benefits
- Keep up GPA and physical fitness
- Complete a min of 4 years Active Duty in the CEC
- Get your FE/PE License (if you choose to stay in longer than 4 yrs)
- Complete Grad school (after 6-10 years in CEC)
- Never go on a ship!!!!!
- US Citizen
- Min 2.7 GPA
- ABET-EAC or NAAB Degree
- 18-24 Months away from graduating
What Will I Do In The CEC?
The Navy is more than ships, submarines, and aircraft at sea. Hundreds of naval shore facilities worldwide-like small cities with hospitals, airfields, power plants, housing, stores, office buildings and much more-make up the fleet support establishment.
Naval Officers in the Civil Engineer Corps (CEC) provide professional facilities engineering services and management at all Navy and Marine Corps facilities worldwide. The name "Civil Engineer Corps" does not refer solely to the discipline of Civil Engineering, but to a multitude of engineering and architectural disciplines.
While a small community of only 1300 officers, CEC officers are found all over the world in highly visible positions supervising skilled personnel while working on: construction projects, infrastructure repairs and maintenance, facility support contracts, real estate management, natural resource management, environmental planning and management, and many other facilities engineering areas. From the very beginning, CEC officers obtain engineering management and leadership experience far exceeding that offered by a private firm. As a junior CEC officer, you may work in any or all of the following three areas: Contract Management, Facilities Management and Expeditionary Engineering.