Our connections at NCEES go back a long way. Since 1920, we have been working to connect with each other, with other organizations, and with U.S. professional engineers and surveyors to advance licensure for engineers and surveyors. Advances in technology bring us new ways to connect with our stakeholders, but it is still fostering our relationships that matter most—listening to stakeholders, developing and improving services to meet their needs, sharing information and best practices, and collaborating with other professional organizations.
The work of NCEES is possible because of its volunteers. Members and staff of state licensing boards form the membership of NCEES standing committees and task forces as well as zone and national leadership. Others, along with professional engineers and surveyors from across the country, volunteer on exam development committees or participate in outreach activities. NCEES thanks these dedicated professionals for their commitment. We are proud to serve the engineering and surveying professions and look forward to working together to make them even stronger in the future.
“Advances in technology bring us new ways to connect with our stakeholders, but it is still fostering our relationships that matter most.”
NCEES Chief Executive Officer