2019-2020 Certified Municipal Engineer Program: Application deadline is Sept. 1
The Certified Municipal Engineer (CME) Program was created in 1987 by action of the New Jersey Society of Municipal Engineers (NJSME) with the creation of the New Jersey Municipal Engineering Institute (NJMEI) and the appointment of the NJMEI Board of Governors, who are charged with running the program. The charge of the Board was to create a program that would enable a New Jersey professional engineer to gain a background, both technical and administrative, to be able to address the diverse issues that are encountered in the professional practice of municipal engineering.
The CME program consists of a series of 10 seminars and workshops devoted to the many areas of practice of municipal engineering. Instruction in the program is based on current engineering practices. The instructors, who volunteer their time, are drawn from the ranks of professionals who the NJMEI Board of Governors has recognized as expert in their particular specialty to present current, practical engineering information.
to apply for the 2019-20 CME Program. The deadline for applications is
Sunday, Sept. 1
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