Below you will find answers to some of the most frequently asked questions about Kappa Theta Epsilon. If your question isn’t answered here, please don’t hesitate to contact our national officers for more information.
Can you tell me a little more about KTE?
KTE is a national co-op honor society that promotes academic excellence in the context of experiential learning, for students who value the practical skills they obtain through co-op programs. We have student run chapters across the nation, and hundreds of active members and alumni.
How do I become a member?
See if your school already has an active KTE chapter. Your institution’s career center should be able to tell you. If your school does not already have a chapter, talk to them about starting one yourself! Members are required to have a 3.5+ GPA, and previous experience at a co-op. Depending on your local chapter, there may also be mentorship programs available for students who have not yet had a co-op experience, but are interested.
How will being a member of KTE benefit me?
KTE encourages personal and professional growth through community service, event coordination, resume development, networking opportunities, face time with leading employers, and more.
How can I found a local chapter?
If your school does not already have a KTE chapter, you can apply to create one by working with your career advisors and the KTE national board. Click here for guidelines on creating a chapter. Contact the recruitment chair at this e-mail address if you have any other questions, or want more personalized guidance.