Career Development

Whether your career is just beginning or you've been in the industry for decades, SPE can help you during any stage of
your career with resources to help you search for a new job, develop your network, or learn new, career-enhancing skills.

 

Enhance Your Skills

Learning new skills or enhancing existing ones is always a great use of your time, and can show an employer that you have a curious mind and an interest in staying up to date.

Enhance Your Skills

Optimize Your Search

SPE can help you get ahead during your job search, providing information based on a variety of needs including age, stage of career, or circumstances surrounding your search. 

Optimize Your Search

Industry Job Board

SPE's job board provides a place for those on both ends of the job search. Members can view available career opportunities according to their selected criteria, and employers can list open positions to find top applicants in the industry.

Develop Your Network

Connect with members locally and around the globe to develop your network. Your network is a valuable resource for support, advice, and potential job leads. 

Career Stage

Young Professionals

SPE’s Young Professional programs — created for members age 35 and younger — help you acquire professional and soft skills, and provide networking opportunities to help you advance your career.

Senior Professionals

SPE offers Senior Professionals ways for you to continue to engage and share your skills with other generations of industry professionals.

Students

Through local student chapters and international programs, SPE serves more than 73,000 student members globally, offering many resources and opportunities for students to expand their knowledge and enhance their skills.

Develop Your Network

Members in Transition

The Members in Transition toolkit provides information, resources, and programs to assist you during a downturn, job loss, or other unexpected career changes. Topics include:

  • Thrive in a Downturn
  • Benefits for Members in Transition

Members in Transition Toolkit