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#WeAreSPE hashtag unites members by giving them a sense of belonging to the global SPE community. This hashtag shares members’ contributions to the society and the E&P industry as a whole. Below are some of the latest posts from the SPE community. Share your SPE stories with the #WeAreSPE hashtag and stay connected via the SPE International App, SPE Connect, eMentoring, and events.
Members in TransitionThrough every industry cycle, SPE is steady and supportive.This toolkit provides information, resources, and programs to assist you during the current downturn.StudentsThrough local student chapters and international programs, SPE serves more than 58,000 student members globally,offering many resources and opportunities for students to expand their knowledge and enhance their skills.Senior ProfessionalsFor our society to be successful, SPE needs the wisdom of our most experienced members. Senior Professionals (members age 55 and older) have a wealth of wisdom gained through experience.Young Professionals Are you a member age 35 or younger? Then you've found your community here at SPE.SPE’s YP programs help you connect more closely with peers and mentors, acquire professional and soft skills, and gain insights to advance your career.
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SPE's Petroleum Engineering Certification program provides you with the opportunity to obtain a globally recognized credential as a petroleum industry professional.SPE Industry Job BoardHelping SPE members discover new opportunities.TrainingFrom instructor-led courses and seminars to online learning, our training programshelp professionals improve their expertise and stay up-to-date on best practices in a dynamic industry.The SPE Competency Management Tool (CMT) is a free online member benefit that allows you to assess your current professional capabilities.eMentoringThe program gives SPE members a way to contribute to the E&P industry by sharing industry insights and practical career advice with young professionals, or by helping university students with academic and career direction. Young professionals also have the unique opportunity to serve as mentors to students. It’s easy to communicate via email, Skype, LinkedIn or other social media.
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