THE DURHAM ENGINEERS CLUB
A MEMBER OF THE NORTH CAROLINA SOCIETY OF ENGINEERS
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The mission of the Durham Engineer's Club is to promote the general principles and policies of engineering and to share in the advancement of engineering projects of civil interest.The club seeks to promote the Engineering field through monthly technical meetings and field trips, and to support those pursuing a future in the Engineering discipline. Our members have a diverse background of engineering disciplines and represent several companies located in the Durham, Raleigh, Cary, Chapel Hill and surrounding areas.
The Durham Engineer's Club was founded in 1944 by local engineers from Durham, North Carolina and the surrounding areas. There first meeting was held on May 15, 1944 in the auditorium of the Duke Power Company. W. M. Piatt, C. D. Faucette, Guy H. Bennett and T. C. Cooke were elected the first president, vice president, secretary and treasurer. click here for newspaper article A 50th anniversary event has held in 1994 with the menu being copied from the 25th anniversary event. click to see the invitation and the menu.
Each year The Durham Engineer's Club honors selected graduating high school seniors with a scholarship to help finance their continued education in field of engineering.
The Durham Engineer's Club posts current job opportunites for local engineering companies. To apply contact the employer directly.
contact us info @ durham engineers club . com
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