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!
Maximize your NSPE membership by attending the 2015 NSPE Annual Meeting in Seattle, Washington. The NSPE Annual Meeting is the only event where you can connect with PEs from across the country in all disciplines. Not only will you benefit professionally, but your employer will also benefit from your attendance. Here's why:
Networking—The 2015 NSPE Annual Meeting gives you access to an unprecedented network of professional engineers from across the US who work in all disciplines and industries.
Educational sessions—Speakers will give you lessons and training that you can take back to the office.
Best practices—Field experts will provide you with information on how to improve the way your organization functions.
Licensure maintenance—You can earn up to 16.5 PDHs to fulfill continuing educational requirements to maintain your PE license.
Professional growth—Your experience at the meeting will provide you with ethics training, leadership skills, and a connection to PEs who share your commitment to professionalism—all of which will make you an even better professional engineer at work.
Knowledge sharing—Upon your return, you will be able to cross train colleagues on session topics, best practices, and the latest trends in the profession (PowerPoint presentations will be available online).
Business investment—Studies indicate that leadership training can lead to increased job satisfaction, productivity, and a higher quality of work. In some cases, the benefits have been estimated to exceed expenses by well over 1,000%.
Here are some additional reasons for attending the NSPE Annual Meeting this July in Seattle, Washington.
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