Want to engage with others about the profession? Eager to be the first to know when results are released?
Join NCEES on your preferred social network to experience a new level of interaction and learning.
NCEES’ Facebook page (facebook.com/NCEES) is filled with premium content, a rich history of NCEES, and photo albums of recent events. Like NCEES on Facebook, and you’ll be able to stay on top of the pertinent issues affecting the engineering and surveying professions.
If you prefer to quickly scan headlines, follow NCEES on Twitter (twitter.com/NCEES) to learn about its activities and engineering and surveying related news. Retweet NCEES to share important facts and answers to common questions about licensure with your colleagues.
Do you hold a professional engineering or surveying license? Join NCEES’ LinkedIn groups (Professionally Licensed Engineering Community and Professionally Licensed Surveying Community) to connect with your professionally licensed peers. You can also broadcast your association with NCEES by following its LinkedIn page.
NCEES YouTube channel (youtube.com/NCEESMedia) features videos of professional engineers and professional surveyors promoting the value of licensure. These videos are excellent tools to share with those who want to know more about our organization and the process of becoming licensed. In the near future, NCEES’ YouTube will be expanding to include videos that answer their most frequently asked question, as well as to clarify processes and policies.
Join the NCEES feeds (https://ncees.org/feed) that contains frequently updated engineering licensure content. When you subscribe to a feed, it is added to the Common Feed List. Updated information from the feed is automatically downloaded to your computer and can be viewed in Internet Explorer and other programs.
The West Virginia State Board of Registration for Professional Engineers is a member of the National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying (NCEES) and their social media network brings you the most up to date information available regarding engineering licensure in general as well as the national exams. NCEES is a national nonprofit organization dedicated to advancing professional licensure for engineers and surveyors. NCEES develops, administers, and scores the examinations used for engineering and surveying licensure in West Virginia and throughout the United States, the District of Columbia, Guam, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands. NCEES also facilitates professional mobility and promotes uniformity of the U.S. licensure processes through services for its member licensing boards and licensees. These services include the records program, study materials, credentials evaluations, exam administration, and more.