NSBE Professional Membership types are open to any individual who is affiliated with the Science, Technology, Engineering, or Math (STEM) discipline

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Membership Types & Fees

3 Membership Types

  • Professional ($50)
  • Professional Affiliate ($50)
  • Lifetime ($1200)
  • Joint Professional Organization Membership (SWE, SHPE, AIAA)* Contact membership@nsbe.org for more details

Note: Recent College NSBE graduates who renew receive their first year professional membership free.

There may be additional chapter and regional dues you have to pay to be considered a fully active member. If you choose not to be affiliated with a chapter in your local area, you will be considered a member “At-Large," classified by your geographical region. Members At-Large receive the same national benefits as those who belong to a chapter. 

The NSBE membership year spans Aug. 1–July 31.

Membership Benefits

As a NSBE member, you can receive product and service benefits such as: 

  • Leadership development and training, including panel discussions with top leaders of Fortune 500 companies.
  • Professional development via a multitude of workshops, seminars and networking opportunities at conferences and local chapter functions.
  • Discounted registrations for conferences and other events such as the Annual Convention/Technical Professionals Conference held annually in the spring.
  • Permission to post your resume free of charge for viewing by top engineering employers in NSBE’s Job Placement Center (JPC). Search for full-time job opportunities.
  • Access to Fortune 500 companies during the Career Fair and Networking Suites at the Annual Convention/Technical Professionals Conference.
  • Waived first-year Professional Membership dues for NSBE Collegiate members upon graduation with an undergraduate degree, within the first year of degree completion (a $50 value).
  • Opportunities to apply for NSBE scholarships/fellowships.
  • Mentoring and community outreach opportunities.
  • Membership in NSBE Special Interest Groups (SIGs), which address specific areas of engineering and STEM-related fields.

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