Why Get the Professional Engineering License?

November 16, 2017

There are innumerable benefits to pursuing a professional engineering (PE) license. It helps signify professional status, dedication, and competency in the field of engineering. Yet, many engineers do not find it a priority to protect the PE license’s power, though it has been protecting their careers for a century. In addition to the flashy benefits. . . Read More

Understanding the Importance of Networking with Other Engineers

September 11, 2017

All throughout college, your professors, classmates, and professional engineers working in-the- field tell you that networking is important. But it can be harder in practice than in theory, because socializing can be awkward, and at the end the workday, many of us would rather be watching Netflix on the couch than attending networking cocktail hours.. . . Read More

Which NJSPE Membership is Right for You?

September 8, 2017

The benefits of joining the New Jersey Society of Professional Engineers (NJSPE) include advocacy opportunities, continuing education and networking, access to the latest innovations in the industry, and career advancement for professional engineers. At NJSPE, we understand membership fees can be expensive, and certain associations do not make membership worthwhile. That is why we keep. . . Read More

Advancing Your Career as an Engineer: How Professional Engineering Associations Can Help

September 5, 2017

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. . . Read More

5 Benefits of Joining a Professional Engineering Association

September 1, 2017

Every young professional engineer knows growing his or her network is a good career move to establish a circle of like-minded individuals and to cultivate future career opportunities. Sometimes it can feel like a daunting task, because being social can be a challenge and paying membership fees can be a pain. However, at the New. . . Read More

Ways for Continuing Education Engineers to Earn Professional Development Hours

July 13, 2017

Professional development hours are a key part of maintaining licensure. They are essential to keeping engineers at the top of their game through continuing education. Requirements vary by state, but there are opportunities to achieve these hours that are applicable nationwide. In the State of New Jersey, 24 professional development hours, or PDHs, are required.. . . Read More

Understanding New Jersey Continuing Education for Engineers

July 13, 2017

In the State of New Jersey, continuing education for engineers requires 24 professional development hours biennially. Professional engineers may employ various methods of completing continuing professional competency requirements, or CPC credits, every two years. Professional Practice Ethics Applicants must complete two to eight hours in professional practice ethics. As part of the National Society of. . . Read More

How NJSPE Can Help You Reach Your PDH Requirements

July 13, 2017

Completing biennial professional engineering requirements in New Jersey is a major task, but it doesn’t have to be stressful. In the State of New Jersey, 24 professional development hours are required every two years, including two to eight of those hours completed in professional practice ethics. NJSPE is here to help you reach the required. . . Read More

NJ Dept of Community Affairs Training Session

May 3, 2017

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FAQ on Passing the PE Exam

April 27, 2017

Becoming a professional engineer does not happen overnight.  Most engineering students know passing the PE exam takes years of work.  People are often left with many questions about what it takes to become a PE and what the benefits are to receiving the license. The New Jersey Society of Professional Engineers is here to answer. . . Read More