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1 - Register: The first step in the process is to click on the join button to register. Please click on the green "Join as a Member" or "Join as a Student" button below to get started with joining NSPE.

2 - Add a Membership. Very important: After you register, you will be directed to your personal account page where you will see a green "Add a Membership" button. You will need to add a membership to complete the process of becoming a member of NSPE.

  • Join as a Member
    Open to anyone holding a valid license or certificate of registration as a professional engineer, engineer-in-training or engineering intern certification, issued under the laws of any state, territory, possession, or district of the US, or the equivalent as defined under the laws of any other country. For $299 a year, you'll be making an investment in your professional future.

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  • Join as a Student
    You qualifty for a free membership if you are a student enrolled full-time in an ABET-accredited engineering program; a student enrolled in an engineering or pre-engineering program that has a transfer agreement with one or more ABET accredited engineering programs; or, a student enrolled full-time in a graduate-level engineering program.

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Jessica Baker, P.E.I joined NSPE to network with other engineers in our industry and give back to our profession. I’ve loved the professional leadership and growth experiences provided by NSPE, [my state, and chapter].

Dawn Edgell, P.E.The network of people I’ve met through NSPE has been great to find local firms to work with us on projects and provide guidance on  local and state requirements.

Daniel Gilbert, P.E.I quickly recognized the long-term career advancement and professional development opportunities I’d find within NSPE. For me, NSPE was a great opportunity to proactively self-direct my own career and professional development.

Victor Herrera, P.E.I joined NSPE to stay informed about developing issues within the profession, network with peers, and to find outlets for contributing within the engineering community.