About PSPE Membership

Professional Engineers Protect Public Safety, and PSPE Protects the Engineers.

The Pennsylvania Society of Professional Engineers (PSPE) is affiliated with the National Society of Professional Engineers. The mission of PSPE is to promote and enhance the profession and licensed practice of engineering. 

Who is Eligible for Membership?

Engineer Professional | You may become a member if you have a valid license as a Professional Engineer in the U.S. or Canada, an Engineer-In-Training or Engineering Intern certification issued under the laws of any state, territory, possession, or district of the U.S., or its international equivalent. A person who has graduated with a bachelor’s degree or higher from an accredited engineering curriculum may also apply for provisional status as a member for up to two years to achieve the complete requirements for member grade. Click here to join now and use the secure online application. This link will redirect you to the NSPE website.

Students | You may become a student member if you are enrolled full-time in an ABET-accredited engineering program or an engineering or pre-engineering program that has an articulated or transfer agreement with ABET or an accredited program; or a student enrolled full-time in a graduate level engineering program. Learn more about Student membership

Legal Entities | You may become a Sustaining Associate if your company demonstrates steadfast alignment with PSPE’s mission to foster licensed professional engineers in service to society. Learn more about becoming a Sustaining Associate.

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