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About Membership
  • NYSSPE opens the door for Networking Opportunities
  • Promote PEs in a Positive Image
  • Guidance on Professional Issues
  • Contact with Legislative Bodies and Issues targeting engineering licensure, professional liability and tort reform
  • Professional recognition
  • Opportunity to be of Service
  • Continuing Education
  • Keep abreast of events that affect engineering practice
  • Assistance with transitioning & jobs
  • Leadership and Acknowlegement Opportunities
  • Three (3) levels of Membership: NSPE, NYSSPE & Local Chapter

 

Who is Eligible to Join?
  • Licensed as a Professional Engineer (PE)
  • An Engineering Intern (EI or EIT)
  • A graduate of an ABET-accredited engineering program
  • A student in an ABET-accredited engineering program
How large is NYSSPE?

 

Founded in 1926, NYSSPE is a state wide organization serving over 2,500 members through 23 local chapters.

 

Membership Dues

 

Introductory rate for NEW Members
  • Professional Engineer (PE)- $220.00
  • Intern (EI or EIT) or graduate - $220.00
  • Student – Free
Annual Dues Renewal
  • Professional Engineer Or Intern: NSPE - $125, NYSSPE - $178, local chapter – $25
  • Graduate: 20% - 60% Reduction in dues within 5 years of graduation from an ABET accredited engineering program
NYSSPE Practice Divisions:

Practice Divisions offer recognition and professional insight in your area of employment.
  • PE’s In Construction
  • PE’s In Private Practice
  • PE’s In Government
  • PE’s In Industry

 

Education, Publications & Events

 

The New York Professional Engineer (NYPE) is the official publication of NYSSPE. Published quarterly, this newsletter provides New York engineers with the latest information on professional practice issues, legislative trends, continuing education opportunities, and NYSSPE issues. It is distributed to all members, government agencies, educational institutions, vendors, engineering firms, and other engineering organizations.

National Engineers Week is promoted by NYSSPE and its chapters to celebrate the importance of the engineering profession. Since 1951 this event has served as a showcase for the many exciting contributions engineers have made to society. www.eweek.org

NYSSPE Annual Convention & Expo gives professional engineers the opportunity to network with fellow professionals, earn valuable PDHs, and advance their careers.

NYSSPE Fall Professional Development Conference is focused on providing the continuing education that PEs need to keep their license current; including coursework that covers ethics and the law, as well as highly technical training.

The Foundation for Engineering Education, Inc. (FEE) assists organizations that support engineering education through activities such as scholarships, career guidance, and other methods of outreach.

The Practicing Institute of Engineering, Inc. (PIE) is authorized by New York State to accredit coursework for continuing education, and supports those organizations that offer continuing education opportunities.

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