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Why join this powerful Association?
Keep up-to-date professionally
Increase your competence in your current position
Learn new skills & knowledge
Maintain & improve your existing skills & knowledge
Increase your confidence in your profession
When you become a member of the National Association of Power Engineers, you commit yourself to the dedication and high performance called-for by the profession. You immediately become a positive voice within the association. Your opinions are joined with others to become positive factors and influences on important matters at all levels within the association concerning: education, direction, and improvement. There are numerous benefits that do not easily fit into a category within any fraternal organization; but some important aspects and benefits of N.A.P.E. membership are:
Eligibility Membership may be granted to the Association by ballot to those member-recommended persons of good moral character who are citizens of the United States or Canada or who have declared their intentions of becoming such and who qualify. As there are currently no Chapters outside of the United States, Canadians wishing to join N.A.P.E. would have to do so as Members at Large or Lifetime Members at Large.
Education Through Chapters located throughout the United States, N.A.P.E. provides educational courses to bring new information and technology to power engineers. We also provide educational courses through On-Line Training for those who are unable to attend a Chapter for educational courses or wish to train a large group of employees within a company.
The National Engineer You will receive the National Engineer magazine, the quarterly (four issue) publication of the Association for free. This authoritative publication brings information to our members concerning new technology, repairs and maintenance, education, news and safety tips. The National Engineer helps keep power engineers across the country up to date with current information concerning the trade and the latest news concerning N.A.P.E
Textbooks To increase your knowledge as a professional, textbooks written by acknowledged experts covering every aspect of your profession in any direction you choose to follow, are available for purchase.
Bulletins A library of bulletins, providing you with instant reference material of a multitude of subjects, are available for purchase.
Newsletters Members of N.A.P.E. receive a monthly newsletter prepared by the individual Chapters, to keep members posted on programs, educational activities, meetings, and social events occurring within each Chapter.
Employment Opportunities Access to companies or persons seeking applicants for specific employment opportunities are posted on the N.A.P.E. website for your viewing. Also, attending meetings and events are direct networking opportunities for those seeking new employment as you will be in the presence of facility managers and other workers in the engineering/operations field.
National Conventions An annual N.A.P.E. National Convention is held each year. The location is selected by the current President of N.A.P.E. Matters concerning N.A.P.E. business are discussed and resolved, and new Officers are elected for the coming year. Members are encouraged to attend National Conventions and participate in the planned activities and business meetings. Another great networking opportunity.
Special Member Sales Special sales and discounts are sent through email and posted on social media as a token of our appreciation specifically for members. Save money on educational products, N.A.P.E. merchandise, and receive deals such as holiday promotions and other members-only sales.
Advancement There are endless opportunities for advancement as a member of N.A.P.E. The Association is dedicated to its members, and continues to brainstorm new ideas to bring new and exciting things to the Association and to its members. Have an idea? Don't be afraid to tell us. We want to ensure your membership continues to be valuable throughout your career and beyond.