Students

CSPE provides outreach through community service Student & Youth programs such as Mathcounts and Student Engineer Programs.

CSPE Education Foundation

The CSPE Education Foundation (CSPEEF) is the fundraising arm of CSPE. As a fully-operational 501c(3) organization, CSPEEF helps sponsor MATHCOUNTS, and advocates construction and career technical education (CTE) in the classroom.

EIT & PE Review Courses

A complete resource of companies and institutions that provide review courses and materials for taking either the EIT or PE examination in California. Many of these companies also offer discounts to CSPE members.

MATHCOUNTS

CSPE is committed to helping the profession of engineering through the sponsorship of California MATHCOUNTS, a junior high mathematics competition intended to increase the technical skills of California's youth. CSPE Sponsors 25 local competitions and two statewide competitions, influencing over 20,000 middle schoolers every year.

National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying

Information about NCEES, the nationwide organization comprised of the state engineering licensure boards that develops FE/EIT and PE licensure examinations.

National Engineers Week Future City Competition

The National Engineers Week Future City® Competition is an example of problem based learning with computer simulation. It is an integrated, multidisciplinary, holistic approach to relevant issues and is a strong example of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, & Mathematics) education that addresses national and state academic content standards. The program asks 7th and 8th grade students from around the nation to team with engineer-volunteer mentors to create — first on computer and then in large, three-dimensional models — their visions of the city of tomorrow.

Students

The NSPE Student page helps high school and college students learn about engineering, particularly about becoming a professional engineer and receiving scholarships through NSPE.

Young Engineers

All NSPE members 35 years of age and younger are part of the new Young Engineers interest group.