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How Do I Become A Board Certified Environmental Engineering Member (BCEEM)?

The American Academy of Environmental Engineers and Scientists® certifies qualified environmental engineering members recommended by peers in their field of specialty as Board Certified Environmental Engineering Members by Eminence certification procedures prescribed by the Academy's Bylaws. Board Certified Environmental Engineering Members (BCEEM) are not licensed professional engineers, and the board certification made available to them through the Academy is not a substitute for a professional engineer's license.

Environmental engineers without a P.E. License, Board Certified Environmental Engineers (BCEEM), may be certified through Eminence.

Minimum Requirements

Each candidate for certification as a Board Certified Environmental Engineering Member is required to possess certain minimum qualifications.

All candidates shall:

Available Specialties

By obtaining certification, you demonstrate competence through comprehensive written and oral examinations in one or more of the following specialties:

How Do I Apply to become a Board Certification in Environmental Engineering Member (BCEEM)?

To download the BCEE/BCEEM Nomination form, click here.

For more information on how to submit a nomination, contact J. Sammi Olmo, at 410-266-3311; or email: JSOlmo@aaees.org (Subject Title: "Eminence").

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