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Current Threats to Professional Engineering Licensure

June 6, 2019

As a licensed professional engineer, you’ve worked hard to add that “PE” at the end of your name. In recent years, across the country there has been an increase in attempts to deregulate and eliminate professional engineering licensure. So why are professional engineers, those who play a critical role in protecting public health and safety. . . Read More


It’s Never Too Early to Jump-Start Your Career

May 29, 2019

If you’re a student working toward an engineering degree, it’s never too early to start thinking about your future after school. As a student enrolled full-time in an ABET-accredited engineering program, you have the opportunity for a free NJ Society of Professional Engineers national student membership. This includes students at graduate-level engineering programs, too! Not. . . Read More


Don’t miss the 2019 NJSPE Awards Dinner – Get your Tickets Today!

May 22, 2019

It’s that time again – the 2019 NJSPE Awards Dinner will take place on Thursday, June 27 from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at Mercer Oaks Golf Club. This event is the highlight of the New Jersey Society of Professional Engineers’s calendar year. It brings together hundreds of our members and their spouses as we celebrate. . . Read More


What You Need to Do to Maintain Your New Jersey Professional Engineering License

May 16, 2019

Becoming an engineer is a long and difficult process. Getting your New Jersey professional engineering license was just one more step in your career as an engineer. Once you have your license though, the work is not over. You must maintain your license with continuing education courses to provide you with the Professional Development Hours. . . Read More


How to Obtain a PE License Without an Engineering Degree

May 8, 2019

If you received a bachelor’s degree in a non-engineering field, it may still be possible for you receive your PE license! Follow the steps below to learn how to make it all the way to the PE exam without having an ABET-accredited engineering degree. Steps to receiving a PE license without an engineering degree Check. . . Read More


Top Five Places to Travel for Engineering Marvels

May 3, 2019

Summer vacation season is getting closer. Some New Jersey engineers enjoy beaches and resorts for an awesome vacation, but others enjoy the sight-seeing and adventures of a new place. Whatever your preference is we’re sure you’ll find these five engineering structures worth the visit! Danyang-Kunshan Grand Bridge Photo from Travel Triangle This is the world’s. . . Read More


Why Do Engineers Need Ethics?

April 24, 2019

When we became professional engineers and joined the New Jersey Society of Professional Engineers, we made a commitment to protect the health, safety, and welfare of the public. In our careers, we will encounter moments that test our resolve and promise to the public and to ourselves. Sometimes, the easy decision might be the hard. . . Read More


Everything You Need to Pass the Electrical Engineering PE Exam

April 18, 2019

The next PE electrical and computer exam will be held in Fall 2019. To be fully prepared to pass, you should take a few months to plan and build your study materials. Maybe it has been a few years since you’ve taken a serious exam, so you may be a little rusty with studying. Not. . . Read More


Earn Engineering Continuing Education Credits in New Jersey

April 11, 2019

On April 29, NJSPE will be holding a full-day of engineering continuing education at The Palace at Somerset Park. Each course is designed to keep you up-to-date on the latest information all professional engineers need to know and provide you credits to maintain your license. All 10 credits are eligible for New Jersey, New York,. . . Read More


Engineering Advocacy Topics you Need to Know

April 8, 2019

Like most other professions, professional engineers across the country are constantly dealing with legislative changes that may negatively affect how they operate. That is why organizations like NJSPE are so important for protecting and advancing the engineering profession throughout New Jersey. As we get further into 2019, these are the hot topics where engineering advocacy. . . Read More