**Note: The above link will take you to the NSPE website. They handle all new member processing, as of July 1, 2018. If you have questions, please email Jennifer.**
What can KSPE do for you?
·quality educational opportunities at discounted prices through the Kentucky Engineering Center;
·great networking opportunities through its membership and its close relationship with ACEC-KY and SAME-KP, as well as through the many events hosted by KSPE;
·an already well-functioning and extremely beneficial relationship with the Kentucky Board of Licensure;
·many opportunities for you to get involved in both the future of your profession and the future of your communities through its involvement in many programs and its activism within its own committees;
·a presence within the legislature and takes an active role in all aspects that could impact the future of the engineering profession;
·and much more…
As of July 1, 2018, there is only one membership option available to choose from when you are applying for membership or renewing your current membership with the Kentucky Society of Professional Engineers.
The three-tiered membership makes you a member of NSPE (National), KSPE (State) and your Local Chapter.
Dues for National + KSPE + Chapter: Total = $299.00/year
Three membership categories are available.
·Licensed Member - You hold a valid license as a Professional Engineer in the US or Canada (or international equivalent)
·Member – You are an EI/EIT, or graduate of an engineering program accredited by the Accreditation Board of Engineering and Technology (ABET) (or international equivalent)
·Student Member - Full Time Student in an ABET accredited undergraduate or in a junior college program anticipating enrollment in an ABET accredited engineer program.
It is extremely crucial when joining an association to get involved because many times you will find that what you get from being a part of something is what you put into it. Getting involved as a part of the Kentucky Society of Professional Engineers, not only will impact your profession but also impact the communities in which the Society is active. The Kentucky Society of Professional Engineers plays an extremely active part, both financially and volunteer time investment, in...
·Project Lead The Way
The current membership of KSPE is an extremely diverse and wide-range of engineering professionals from both the public and private sectors including (but not limited to) members employed by the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet; the Army Corps of Engineers; Louisville Water Company; LG&E; Kentucky Division of Water; Kentucky Housing, Building & Construction; Kentucky American Water; Louisville Metropolitan Sewer District; Stantec; Wilbur Smith & Associates; Strand; and more…
The Kentucky Engineering Center (KEC) is a modern and efficient professional home for Kentucky's Engineers.
Located in Frankfort, KY, KEC houses the American Council of Engineering Companies of Kentucky (ACEC-KY), the Kentucky Society of Professional Engineers (NSPE-KY), the Kentucky Engineering Foundation (KEF), a training lab, and meeting space.
KEC and its partner organizations support engineering education, promote the ethical practice of engineering, advocate licensure, and enhance the image and well-being of engineers in Kentucky.