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Engineers' Club of Philadelphia


“Engineering touches almost every aspect of our daily lives and in general, it is done so well you don’t even notice its happening.  It looks like magic.”

The Engineers' Club of Philadelphia has been supporting engineers and promoting engineering in greater Philadelphia for over 135 years. It is dedicated to:

  • relationship building and networking among technical professionals,
  • communication and collaboration among engineers,
  • raising the awareness of engineering in our society, and
  • the professional development of its members.

Download a flyer with information here.

The Club hosts various events throughout the year to encourage networking among technical professionals. Many of these are tours of local facilities that are of interest to engineers, which provides informal networking at a relatively low cost.  The other activities of the Club, as described below, are also designed to faciliate and encourage networking.

The Club maintains an on-line listing of engineering and technical societies.

The Club hosts semi-annual Affiliate Society Leadership Summits to cultivate partnerships with other technical and professional societies around common areas of Interest.

The Club coordinates the annual Delaware Valley Engineers Week Celebration in conjunction with local chapters of engineering technical societies, corporations, and universities.

Professional, collegiate, and secondary school award recipients are recognized at our annual Awards Luncheon, with additional recognition of the art of engineering at the Young Engineers Social and Celebration of Engineering Reception.

Discover Engineering in Greater Philadelphia is a student outreach website providing information about engineering and engineering programs for K-12 students, parents, educators, as well as scholarships and internships.

The Philadelphia Engineering Foundation, the Club’s charitable arm, offers scholarships for high school seniors and college students and outstanding secondary school teacher and collegiate student paper awards. The Foundation hosts an annual Golf FUNdraising event in October.

The Club offers courses, meetings, and tours which meet the needs of many practicing technical professionals. In today's rapidly changing world, it is essential that engineers not only maintain, but continually increase both technical and management skills to remain, and often create, at the cutting edge.


The basic individual membership dues are $120. All other dues are derived from this, whether a discounted rate (e.g., student or younger member) or corporate rate.

Individual Membership Benefits
Individual Membership Application: online or pdf
Younger Members, Students, and employees of Government Agency Partners are eligible for discounted rates on individual membership.

Corporate Membership Benefits
Corporate Member Application pdf

Agency Partnerships
Agency Partnership Application pdf

Download a flyer with information here.

For further details about membership, contact the Club via Leah Reynolds or call (267) 639-1234.