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  • 03-Mar-2016 03:43 EST

Interested in Getting Involved With SAE But Not Sure Where to Start?

Richard Greeves, Former SAE Present and Member for thirty-four years, gives students the steps for getting involved with SAE. Become an SAE Member today. Visit www.sae.org/membership.

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