New Jersey Engineering Jobs Available Now

Jun 24, 2020

During these coronavirus times, you may think it’s next to impossible to find a new job. On the contrary, there are companies all across the country that are still searching for new employees! With resources like the NJSPE job board and professional connections with other members of NJSPE, getting a ...

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New Jersey Wind Port Project Overview

Jun 17, 2020

This week, Governor Murphy announced the plan to develop the New Jersey Wind Port. The 200+ acre structure would be a “first-in-the-nation infrastructure investment” and mark New Jersey as the national capital of offshore wind. This new project would provide a location for essential staging, assembly, and manufacturing activities related ...

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New Jersey Future webinar: Helping Developers Navigate the New Green Infrastructure Rules

May 28, 2020

New Jersey Future webinar: Helping developers navigate the new green infrastructure rules. The program will run from 12:00 noon – 1:00 pm followed by an optional extended Q&A session from 1:00 – 1:30 pm on May 28. During this webinar, a panel of experts will explain key features of new ...

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Policies and Guidelines for the Resumption of Nonessential Construction in New Jersey

May 20, 2020

This week, Executive Order 142 was put into action allowing the resumption of all construction projects that were previously considered “nonessential” in past Executive Order 122. This has been a big step in the Governor’s plan: The Road Back: Restoring Economic Health Through Public Health. All New Jersey construction projects ...

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Governor Murphy Unveils Multi-Stage Approach to Execute a Responsible and Strategic Restart of New Jersey’s Economy

May 18, 2020

At his press briefing this afternoon, Governor Murphy announced that he will sign an Executive Order allowing some outdoor businesses to restart, including batting cages and golf ranges, shooting and archery ranges, horseback riding, private tennis clubs, and community gardens, and golfers may now play in foursomes. The Governor also ...

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The Role of Government in Engineering

May 14, 2020

Engineers are responsible for thinking up, designing, and creating ways to make the world more efficient. Due to the nature of an engineer’s work and the effect it has on the population, the government plays a large role in regulating the way the industry operates, not just in passing engineering ...

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Coronavirus and the Future of Engineering

May 07, 2020

COVID-19 has made for some uncertain times. Beyond the spread of sickness, coronavirus has impacted every industry in multiple ways. Finances have been impacted along with the workforce, productivity, supply chains, cybersecurity risks, fraud risks, and more. So what does this mean for the engineering industry and what has been ...

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A COVID-19 and PE Licensure Update

Apr 29, 2020

Due to increased health concerns and state-mandated stay-at-home orders, the National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying (NCEES) has canceled the April 2020 paper-and-pencil PE exam. This has impacted about 16,000 examinees. To accommodate these examinees, dates have been added for October 2020.  New dates for the PE exam ...

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Resources for Learning New Skills

Apr 22, 2020

Being stuck at home, many of us have a lot of extra time on our hands. Don’t let that time go to waste! We’ll likely never get time like this again, we might as well use it productively! If you’re in between jobs or fortunate enough to be working throughout ...

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STEM Learning Activities to Try with your Kids

Apr 16, 2020

During these crazy COVID-19 times many of us have the difficult task of working from home and homeschooling your kids. While we’re stuck at home, there’s are easy and fun ways to keep your child’s STEM learning going with activities that you can do together! We’ll suggest a variety of ...

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