Sessions & Events

Take your training to new heights at the 2017 JETC!

The 2017 JETC in Columbus will feature education and training opportunities designed to help you advance your career while supporting national security needs. From keynote speakers to networking receptions to joint engineer response scenarios, JETC offers something for everyone in the A/E/C community.  View the Schedule at a Glance to see what is happening when, and plan your time accordingly!

Network at the Center of Science and Industry 
The Opening Reception is a great way to end your first day at the 2017 JETC.  The Center of Science and Industry (COSI) is one of the most respected science centers in the nation — engaging more than 33 million people through both on-site and off-site programs since 1964. Parents magazine named COSI the #1 Science Center in the Country. Its programs and world-class experiences inspire an interest in science encouraging people to want to learn more about their world. During the reception, you will have the opportunity to explore some of the fascinating exhibits at this inspiring location. Learn more about COSI here.

70+ Education Sessions to Keep You Up-to-Date Professionally
Choose from over 70 education sessions to keep you at the top of your game.  Topics in areas such as facility management, energy & sustainability, architecture & engineering will help you improve your skills and knowledge and ensure you and your organization remain relevant in a competitive environment.  Click here to view the 2017 programming.

Engineering Service Chiefs Panel
The Engineering Service Chiefs will participate in a panel discussion centered on the important issues facing the federal A/E/C industry and military engineering community, including the capability gaps each service is facing, the technical needs and challenges of the future, and the road ahead for the A/E/C industry.

Joint Engineer Table Top Exercise
SAME will host the second annual Table Top Exercise at the 2017 JETC. The exercise will use a PACOM-based Humanitarian Assistance/Disaster Response (HA/DR) scenario based on the existing unclassified Defense Planning Scenario.  The exercise will bring together Joint and Service Engineer operators and planners from across all commands, along with engineer industry representatives, to examine total engineer force capabilities and capacity to respond to the requirements posed by the HA/DR scenario. In particular, this group will examine the adequacy of Engineer Command and Control structures to organize and execute the complex Joint, Interagency, International, Multinational nature of a HA/DR event.  
Click here to view 2017 JETC TTEx Participants

Innovation Theater
Watch presentations on innovative new products and services in SAME's Innovation Theater.  Located in the back of the exhibit hall, the theater features 30 minute presentations on Energy, GIS Mapping, Business Development and much, much, more!  Come and discover things that may just make your job a whole lot easier! Click here for the complete schedule.

...And everything in between
  • Don't miss a technical tour of Ohio Stadium, home of the Ohio State Buckeyes (separate registration required).
  • Start your week off with the Kittyhawk Post Golf Classic and help raise funds for the Post's education & mentoring fund.
  • Participate in a Committee or Council meeting to get more involved at the national level!


Meet with colleagues and learn new information that will help you accelerate your professional career and grow your business!


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