Member Benefits

NSPE membership gives engineers the tools and services they need to be better informed and better connected within their professional community.

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Taking Action: 2015

PE magazine staff members have put together a list of 43 stories from 2015 (PDF) demonstrating the ways that NSPE, state societies, and members define, promote, and protect the PE license.

  • Fifteen Free Courses
    15 FreeNSPE membership now includes 15 free online seminars that you can conveniently view from the comfort of your own home or office.

    At the end of each seminar, a quiz will be available for those who need it to meet their state's continuing education requirements.

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  • Career Advancement
    Career AdvancementNSPE's online job board allows employers to post and job-seekers to search top engineering employment opportunities throughout the country.
  • Networking Opportunities
    NetworkingThrough Interest Groups, blogs, communities, and live events, members can reach engineers across the country and in their local area.

    Each year, the 2016 Professional Engineers Conference brings together engineering colleagues, clients, and vendors to make important connections at vibrant locations around the country.

    Find the NSPE state society and local chapter nearest you and make key contacts, while staying informed about issues within your own region or community.

    Leadership and volunteer opportunities offer many options for positive participation within your community.

  • News of the Profession
    NewsAvailable free to members, PE magazine is packed with up-to-the-minute reporting and articles covering licensing, education, employment, ethics, legal and liability issues, and more.

    Members only e-newsletters, like NSPE Update, and Daily Designs offer the latest news on shifting trends and new technologies.

  • Continuing Education
    NSPE Web SeminarsLicensure programs offer members a range of tools to help achieve and maintain their professional licenses.

    Online courses provide a time-effective option for engineers who want to sharpen their knowledge and skills from standards management to professional ethics.

    Members who wish to study with other professionals in their community can choose from a range of local programs and courses in their area.
  • Advocacy & Outreach
    U.S. CapitolThrough its government relations efforts, NSPE projects a powerful voice advocating the interests of the engineering profession.

    Resources available in the Legislative Action Center allow NSPE members to contact legislators and track legislation of interest to them as engineers.
    Partnering organizations like Engineers Week, MATHCOUNTSNICET, NABIE, and NAFE, along with public outreach activities, demonstrate the positive impact engineering has on everyday lives.

  • Benefit Partners
    Benefit PartnersYour NSPE membership entitles you to deep discounts on a wide variety of publications, standard contract documents, and other services offered by NSPE's benefit partners.