NSPE 2015 Annual Meeting (#NSPE15)
The Future of the Professional Engineer
Renaissance Seattle Hotel, July 15–19
Online registration is now closed. Onsite registration opens at 10:00 a.m. PDT on July 15 in Seattle!
This summer, join PEs from around the country for networking, continuing education, and discussions about “The Future of the Professional Engineer” in the beautiful Pacific Northwest (Seattle Map).
Learn below why the NSPE 2015 Annual Meeting is one you and your family won’t want to miss.
Reasons to Attend
Networking, continuing education, leadership, and much more ... read all the reasons to attend the NSPE 2015 Annual Meeting.
The Educational Technical Track has been designed for the licensed professional and those on the licensure track to critically examine the challenges for the professional engineer in the exercise of professional judgment.
Education/Technical Track Options:
- Thursday and Friday (earn up to 15.5 PDHs)
- Thursday Only (earn up to 8.5 PDHs)
- Friday Only (earn up to 7 PDHs)
This track is designed specifically for NSPE state and national leaders. Options:
Emerging Leadership Track (earn up to 15.5 PDHs)
The Emerging Leadership Track is designed for the volunteer leader who may need an introduction to the NSPE organization and the opportunity to acquire basic leadership skills.
Advanced Leadership Track (earn up to 15.5 PDHs)
The Advanced Leadership Track is designed for seasoned volunteers leader who want to sharpen their knowledge and skills on the challenges facing the professional engineer.
Young Engineer's Track (Friday: earn up to 7 PDHs)
The Young Engineer’s Track is designed for those soon to be or recently licensed Professional Engineers looking to learn more about NSPE, interact with the current leadership, and gather useful professional insights as they begin their careers.
Young engineers 35 years and under are invited to take part in the Young Engineer's Track, available at a reduced registration rate.
Hotel & Travel
NSPE’s room block at the Renaissance Seattle is currently sold out, to make alternate hotel arrangements please click here. (Note: When booking a hotel through this link, please be advised that you may be charged a service fee for each night and cancellation fees for a cancelled reservation.)
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Tours: Register early to reserve your spot!
Boeing 737 Moving Line Tour (Earn 1 PDH)
This tour is a very special opportunity that no engineer or aviation fan will want to miss. The 737 Factory Tour is not open to the public and is typically given only to airplane customers, suppliers, investors, and government officials. Registration for the Boeing 737 Moving Line Tour is no longer available.
Museum of Flight Tour
The Museum of Flight is the home of 3,500 artifacts, including 150 aircraft, such as a M-21 Blackbird, a replica of the Wright 1903 Flyer, a B-17, a Concorde, the original jet Air Force One, and a 787. Learn more.
Engineering professionals from all over the country will attend the 2015 NSPE Annual Meeting. This intimate event draws top engineers who are truly dedicated to enhancing their businesses, careers, and the engineering profession. Learn more.