Calling all professional engineers! Mark your calendars for the 2022 Professional Engineers Conference this summer! Located in Center City Philadelphia, this conference is just a stone’s throw away for our members here in New Jersey.
About the Conference
The 2022 Professional Engineers Conference will be held in the Sheraton Philadelphia Downtown from Monday, August 1, 2022, to Wednesday, August 3, 2022. PECON attracts 300+ professional engineers from all over the United States for educational sessions, exhibits, and presentations by industry leaders.
Why Should I Attend?
The 2022 Professional Engineers Conference provides a great opportunity for New Jersey’s engineers, whether you’re new to the field or a seasoned industry professional. With hundreds of other professional engineers in attendance, you can build your connections into a vast network! You’ll learn from national leaders and discuss the newest developments in your industry.
The benefits don’t stop there! With the vast collection of multi-disciplinary professionals, PECON2022 is the perfect opportunity for professional engineers to develop their expertise and expand their skill set. This conference also acts as a resource to those looking for continuing education opportunities.
How to Attend
Registration opens on Saturday, April 30, 2022! Call for presentations is already closed but you can still reap all the benefits of meeting with like-minded professionals and industry experts. Don’t miss out on this opportunity!
Learn more about the 2022 Professional Engineers Conference here on NSPE’s website or contact email@example.com for more information about the event. More details will be published here as more information becomes available.
Can’t attend this year’s Professional Engineers Conference? Find other upcoming educational events and ways to get involved here!
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The information for this blog was found on the NSPE website.