Why Join

Advance Your Career in 2019

Accomplish your professional goals in the new year by joining a network of more than 26,000 of the world’s most talented and respected engineers. Lifelong learning is a cornerstone of the PE license and by becoming an NSPE member, you will gain on-demand access to resources to maintain your licensure and expand your knowledge.

Through your membership, you will have access to 15 free online courses as well as a variety of live education events, webinars, and conferences. An active online community of passionate PEs helps you make meaningful connections with engineers throughout the U.S. and allows you to add your voice to a powerful network dedicated to advancing the profession.

Discover how NSPE supports PEs year-round:

  • Champion

    Monitoring legislative threats shouldn’t be your concern. We protect your PE license at the local, state, and national level, so you can focus on work that protects public safety.

  • Guide

    Adhering to ethical engineering practices is what sets professional engineers apart. NSPE offers a network of guidance and expertise when you encounter an ethical dilemma.

  • Advance

    Keeping up to date with continuing education allows you to maintain licensure as a requirement in many states, and helps you continue learning best practices and advancements in the profession.

  • Unite

    Networking can be challenging. No matter where you are in your career, it’s always good to know you have a community to turn to for career opportunities, support, and insight.

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.