Texas companies foster "engineers in training"

02/2/2013 | Houston Chronicle (tiered subscription model)

Before an engineering graduate can become a licensed engineer in Texas, he or she must get work experience and prepare for the licensing exam. Leaders of the nonprofit American Council of Engineering Companies of Houston say businesses are taking steps to support these "engineers in training" through sessions that explain what's expected of them as employees, including how to dress properly, the importance of arriving on time and interacting with clients.

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