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Congratulations!

Now That You Are A Licensed PE In NC… 

 

You  are Responsible for Knowing  the Rules and Regulations that Govern Your  Profession.

PENC is the place to go when you need to know!

 

Join PENC, the only organization advocating for you and your profession, and gain complimentary access to the critical webinar series conducted by the staff of NCBELS and PENC leaders "Top 5 Things New PEs Need To Know" (and your employer expects you to know!)

As a New PE member of PENC, you will also receive:

  • A discounted introductory membership rate which includes National (NSPE), State and Local Chapter membership
  • A guaranteed spot in the critical webinar series that tells you what you need to know to comply with the statutes that govern the Profession of Engineering in North Carolina
  • Access to free "hot topic" webinars that keep you informed of important issues that affect you and your employer
  • Critical information via e-news and publications that can lead to business opportunites and prospects 
  • A state-wide network of PEs in NC
  • A platform to interact with decision-makers and regulators
  • Local events for young PEs
  • Leadership development to prepare you for the next step in your career

(All benefits including the Webinar Series are only available to PENC members)

Contact exec@penc.org for more information and to sign-up!

"Thanks PENC for all of the help y'all have been over the past year. I got a job offer right before Christmas! This was all put in motion when I talked with someone at the PENC social at The Busy Bee back in October. I am so thankful that something finally worked out." - Brandon Grant, PE

Top 5 Things New PEs
Need To Know
Webinar Series
(and your employers expect you to know)


By the Book - Being a Newly Licensed Professional Engineer in the State of North Carolina 
        Andrew Ritter, Executive Director, NCBELS


Engineering Ethics
 
        David Tuttle, Board Counsel, NCBELS


Continuing Professional Competency 

        
David Evans, Assistant Executive Director, 
        NCBELS
      


Engineers as Leaders
 
         Rich St. Denis, Leadership Trainer 
       

2015 Legislative Session Review for NC Professional Engineers 
            Laurie Onorio, PENC Lobbyist

 

 

Each webinar will be archived and available
to members for access after the live presentation.