Engineers dream big and then they build on those dreams.

They create and build bridges between impossible challenges and life enhancing solutions whether they’re making air and water cleaner, providing energy platforms to power our nation, or creating innovations so that communities can learn, heal, and inspire. Engineering remains fundamental to all aspects of our life, health, and welfare.



Engineers, Problem Solvers
Engineers are problem solvers. They are presented with a challenge and design the best solution that not only meets their client’s needs in the short-term, but address long-term challenges that might not be readily apparent to the untrained eye.
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Engineers, Trusted Advisors
Engineers are advocates for progress. Working with both public and private clients, they apply their technological expertise and design vision to improve the structure of the world in which we live.
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Students’ Views on STEM Careers
The jobs of the future don’t even exist yet, and today’s students in STEM programs will be among those determining what opportunities the fields of science, tech, engineering and math will create for tomorrow.
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Discover Engineering Scholarship Opportunities
The ACEC Research Institute has awarded 2020 ACEC Scholarships to nine engineering students. The winning students were selected by the ACEC College of Fellows Scholarship Committee.
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Engineering Excellence Awards
With more than 200 applicants, the Engineering Excellence Awards celebrates uniqueness and originality, technical innovation, and social and economic value within the engineering profession.
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Engineering Career Opportunities

Search for jobs at the the American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) Career Center.
ACEC JOB BOARD

The American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) represents thousands of companies and are the voice of the engineering industry in Washington, DC and throughout the nation. ACEC powers the engineering industry that propels the nation’s economy and enhances the quality of life. With roots dating back more than 100 years, ACEC is a federation of 52 state and regional councils representing more than 600,000 engineers, architects, land surveyors and other specialists. At ACEC, our primary mission is to strengthen the business environment for our member firms through advocacy, education, and collaboration.

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