Countdown to NSPECon23!


Why Attend?

  • Build your network of multi-disciplinary professional engineers.
  • Advance your career by learning new skills, expanding your expertise, and preparing for future developments in the industry.
  • Access specialized content from experts as they discuss issues and trends impacting the profession.
  • Join with colleagues to impactfully advocate for the profession and licensure.
  • Earn PDH’s to fulfill continuing education requirements.
  • Celebrate licensure and the profession on the first day of the conference during the ninth annual Professional Engineers Day.
  • Get back to meeting in person! See friendly faces and network during social events.
  • Develop power skills and life skills not taught in school.

NSPE's Commitment to Public Health Regarding COVID-19 at National Meetings

Effective November 4, 2022, NSPE expects attendees to take responsibility themselves for following guidance from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) on measures to reduce infection from COVID-19 and to protect against severe complications. NSPE urges all members to follow the CDC’s recommendation and be respectful of other people’s choice to meet or exceed the minimum guidelines.

For more information, please review the guidelines at: How to Protect Yourself and Others | CDC.

NSPE cannot be held liable for COVID-19 cases arising because of event attendance and will continue to require all attendees to sign a COVID-19 Safety Acknowledgement and Liability Waiver upon registering for any NSPE in-person meeting or event.

This commitment is subject to change based on COVID-19 community levels and any updated guidance from CDC and/or federal or state officials in localities hosting an NSPE in-person meeting or event. Guidance on COVID-19 is continually updated, and NSPE appreciates the understanding of its stakeholders as we seek to provide valuable, timely face-to-face programming while prioritizing the health and safety of attendees.

If an event venue requires additional restrictions or limitations, all in-person participants will be expected to meet those requirements.

This commitment will be modified if necessary to comply with the mandates of any state laws for meetings held in those states.

Make your plans for this year’s Girl Day, February 23. Give girls the chance to think like an engineer and you’ll be amazed at what is learned! #GirlDay2023

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