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Save the Date! July 15–19, 2015
Join professional engineers from around the country for networking, continuing education, and discussions about "The Future of the Professional Engineer." Ranked by Forbes as the second coolest city in America, Seattle and the surrounding area offer a wealth of activities for the whole family. Go for a hike in the Central Cascades, take a boat tour of Lake Washington, view the surrounding area from the iconic Space Needle, visit the Pacific Science Center, and get a caffeine boost at the original Starbucks. Don't miss out! Save the dates and be sure to join NSPE at the Seattle Marriott Bellevue this coming July.
NSPE is on a mission of organizational innovation and development to effectively serve the licensed professional engineer and those on the licensure path. Learn more about this effort for reinvigorating an organization that has been serving the engineering profession for 80 years, and read our new strategic plan.
As a professional engineer, you probably need to meet continuing education requirements to maintain your license. NSPE is here to help. Your membership includes 15 online professional development courses on a variety of topics. Take advantage of this time-and money-saving member benefit today!
NSPE Honor Awards promote the engineering profession’s contributions to society and recognize the achievements of the profession’s very best.
» NSPE Award
» Young Engineer of the Year Award
» Distinguished Service Award
The deadline to enter is January 31, 2015.
PE magazine staff members have put together a list of 42 stories from 2014 (PDF) demonstrating the ways that NSPE, state societies, and members work for the engineering profession.
Now available, the newly released Public Private Partnership (P3) Agreement is for use by government entities to finance, construct, maintain and provide public improvements and services.