Welcome to the Monroe Professional Engineers Society.

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The Monroe Professional Engineers Society (MPES) promotes social and economic welfare of the Engineering profession; develops continuing education opportunities; and raises awareness of the profession among our youth.

MPES is now on Facebook.  Follow and like our page by clicking this link: MPES FACEBOOK PAGE

Continuing education opportunities include the annual Engineering Symposium in Rochester (ESR).  This event is headed by MPES with support from RES and several other local engineering societies. Planning for the 2024 event is under way and is targeting next April for the event.  We are also searching for a new coordinator for the event, if you are a member of NYSSPE and would like to get involved wit the event planning, please contact us through our contact page: https://monroepes.org/contact-us/.  For more updates on the symposium see http://www.engineeringsymposiumrochester.com/

Planning is underway for the 2024 MATHCOUNTS event.  MATHCOUNTS provides engaging math programs to US middle school students of all ability levels to build confidence and improve attitudes about math and problem solving.  The date of the local chapter competition is February 3, 2024 at RIT.  To learn more about the event and to register as a school or as an individual student see https://www.mathcounts.org/.  We are also looking for moderators and graders for the event.  If you are interested in assisting in this capacity, please send us a message through our contact page: https://monroepes.org/contact-us/.

The American Society of Engineering Educators (ASEE) has issued a statement assessing the qualifications for the licensure of engineering technology graduates.  The Monroe Professional Engineers Society Board of Directors has unanimously voted to endorse this assessment.  The position statement by ASEE reads as follows:
The American Society of Engineering Educators, a society made up of educators in both Engineering and Engineering Technology programs, strongly supports the position that baccalaureate graduates from ETAC/ABET accredited Engineering Technology programs are fully capable of protecting the health, safety and welfare of the public and should, therefore, be eligible, without additional requirements, to become Licensed Professional Engineers.

To read more about this position and the background leading up to it, click here.

Are you interested in becoming a Continuing Education (CE) Evaluator for courses for Professional Engineers?  Click here to find out the requirements and to access the application forms.