Did you know 9 in 10 professionals (93%) say they never use over 50% of what they learned in school? IT’S TIME TO FIX THIS
Epee provides virtual education over the topics that high schools and universities never teach. We ask industry professionals to share both their knowledge and actual experiences, so you can learn from their decades of working in complex, real-world situations. By doing this, our attendees learn and retain the application, context, and nuance that is typically missing in an academic class.
Epee also offers professionals and professional societies a FREE VIRTUAL LIBRARY to teach people around the world.
Contact Alan Levy to start your own virtual library today.
Epee Education is pleased to announce our partnership with Comprehensive Consulting & Management, LLC (CMM) on a new venture in staffing for engineering students and young professionals in the Northeast USA.
So many potential positions for engineering students and young professionals are project-related and never get posted through HR. CCM's has a unique ability to connect students and YPs with these types of positions. This is incredibly valuable at a time entry-level positions are particularly hard to find via the normal route.
Any student or YP who is placed with a company through CCM will earn a free 1-year subscription to Epee as part of the agreement. Epee bridges the gap between academia and industry, and our partnership with CCM will enable students and YPs to actually gain experience in addition to our experience-focused online courses.
“I believe when I showed up on my first day of employment, I basically knew nothing. College teaches you the theory and some of the application of how items operate in the power industry, but many of the calculated methods at University relied on antiquated equipment and analysis.”
Sr. Project Manager – Burns Engineering
“Our academic classes help us learn the fundamentals of engineering, and supposedly group projects teach us to “work with others.” What school did not teach me was how to lead by influence, especially when some of my colleagues are peers or out rank me.”