Since 1975, the National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) has been committed to cultivating and promoting the academic and professional success of African-American engineering students and professionals. NSBE started at a national conference hosted by the Society of Black Engineers at Purdue University. Forty-eight concerned students from the U.S. and Canada joined Purdue students to establish an organization to help increase the number of African- American engineers and improve retention.
With more than 35,700 members in the U.S., Africa, Asia, Canada, Europe and the Caribbean, NSBE is one of the largest student-governed organizations based in the U.S. NSBE now has 242 active chapters on college and university campuses, 82 NSBE Jr. chapters for middle and high school students, and 70 Alumni Extension chapters and interest groups for technical professionals.
Through a variety of programs and activities, NSBE offers its members the tools needed to succeed in every engineering discipline, while supplying a talented engineering workforce to its Board of Corporate Affiliates (BCA), other sponsors and strategic partners, and the world.
WHO IS ELIGIBLE FOR MEMBERSHIP?
NSBE is open to everyone who believes in the Mission!
NSBE Jr. Middle school & high school students Collegiate Undergraduate & graduate students Alumni Industry professionals
International Professionals & students living outside of the U.S.
Affiliate All non-engineering majors and non-technical
OPPORTUNITIES ARE JUST A CLICK AWAY
Search for jobs, scholarships, fellowships, networking events, top-tier engineering publications, chapter news, SAT preparation, professional development and leadership training opportunities, information about our conferences & strategic partners and much more at www.nsbe.org
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(Complete the application and submit to Mr. Ahmed)