Do you remember the stress of finding your first job after graduation? All those long nights of searching online and making LinkedIn connections with potential employers to give yourself a leg up. The New Jersey Society of Professional Engineers (NJSPE) is a state society that promotes, serves, and represents New Jersey’s engineering professionals for the public’s benefit. The association also benefits members in a variety of ways.
Perhaps one of the most important functions of NJSPE is helping young professional engineers find new career opportunities. Many of our members are looking to take the next step in their careers, either with a new job or by expanding their professional network. Regardless of your individual goals, NJSPE can help.
NSPE Job Postings
Unless you land a dream job, an engineer’s first few positions are typically entry-level. They are great for expanding a young engineer’s knowledge and gaining in-the-field experience. However, where can you turn when you are looking to take the next step?
Our members have access to NSPE and NJSPE web classifieds, which help young engineering professionals find new opportunities within their specialized division of engineering.
We also help employers scout the best talent in the industry. As part of our database, that could be you! Members have a competitive edge, and in the current job market, that can be vital.
Furthering Your Education to Further Your Career
As many veterans in their field will tell you, it’s important to never stop learning. With even more engineers applying for the same positions, more education can help an applicant stand out from the crowd. However, NJSPE understands that most young professional engineers do not have the money or time to go back to school. As a member of a prestigious professional engineering association, you would have access to free online seminars and resources needed to further your understanding of engineering topics and to maintain PE licenses.
Webinars and conferences are offered monthly to help members sharpen skills and learn best practices. Many of these sessions are specifically geared toward young professionals on topics related to business and career development. Check out the current listing of NSPE continuing education sessions in your area.
If you are interested in learning more about our professional engineering association, the NJSPE website has important information about events, divisions and local chapters of NSPE, and much more!