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Civil Engineer Collegiate Program (CECP)

Civil Engineer Collegiate Program (CECP)
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.
If you are an engineering and/or architecture student, you can join the Navy while you are still in school through the Civil Engineer Collegiate Program (CECP). There are no service or drilling requirements while you are still in school, and once you graduate, you will be commissioned as a Navy Civil Engineer Corps Officer and begin your professional responsibilities with the Navy.
Minimum Requirements
·       19-36 years old
·       2.7 GPA
·       U.S. Citizen
·       Enrolled in or graduated from an ABET-EAC engineering or NAAB architecture degree program
Competitive Candidate
Ideal GPA and certifications
o  GPA > 3.1
o  EIT/NCARB/PE/RA a definite plus

Extra-curricular activities
o  Campus organizations
o  Intramural or varsity sports
o  Community involvement

o  Part-time job while in school
o  Engineering internships or CO-OPs

o  Great leadership potential
o  Communication skills
o  True desire to serve in the CEC
Collegiate Candidates
Candidates that are within 24 months from graduation may be eligible for the Civil Engineer Collegiate Program.

o  Officer Candidate School and Civil Engineer Corps Officer School (CECOS)
o  4 years of active duty service plus 4 years inactive reserve

o  Earn an average of $3,938/month (E-3 pay plus housing allowance based on locality) for up to 2 years before graduation
o  Full medical/dental insurance, ID card, military discounts

Duties while still in college
o  Maintain GPA and complete a PT test twice per year
o  Adhere to the UCMJ and conduct yourself in a manner befitting a naval officer
o  No uniforms, haircuts, classes, or drilling
Direct Accession Candidates
Candidates that have already graduated from an eligible degree program can apply at any time.
If you are interested in learning more about the CEC program in detail or think it might be a good fit for you, please feel free to apply, call, text or email. Thank you!
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