for full-time students, 18 or older, $26/year
To qualify as a student member, you must be a full-time college
student enrolled for 12 or more credit hours in a technical degree
program at an accredited college or university. Part-time students
of six (6) or more credit hours in a technical degree program,
who are interning or involved in a cooperative education program,
must submit proof of enrollment to qualify.
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Student Member Benefits
Visit: http://ww2.esd.org/MEMBERSHIP/MemberBenefits.htm for
All student members receive an electronic copy of ESD’s publication,
Technology Century magazine, as well as enjoy the following added
ESD Career Center
ESD can help you find the right career opportunity with its free
on-line career service at http://jobs.esd.org Log
on and create a user account then upload your resume free of charge.
The service is easy to use and will help get your resume in front
of major employers who are looking for qualified candidates.
Engineering & Technology Job Fair
ESD offers an Engineering & Technology Job Fair each Spring and Fall. Please check our list of upcoming events on our home page to find out more information.
Connections with Colleges and Universities
The Engineering Society of Detroit is proud to partner with the
following Universities and Colleges:
Central Michigan University
Eastern Michigan University
Lawrence Technological University
Macomb Community College
Michigan State University
Michigan Technological University
University of Michigan
University of Michigan Dearborn
University of Detroit
Wayne State University