NSBE – Presentation at the Superintendent’s meeting

NSBE received a special invite to attend Superintendent Karen Watt’s Principal’s meeting. The President of NSBE attended the event and presented vital information about NSBE to all the Principals within District 13, 14, 15, 16, 19, 23, 30 and 32.

NSBE is currently recruiting schools that are interested in starting a chapter on their campus and offer all the great opportunities to their students. Opportunities include field trips to Colleges and Universities, Scholarships, funds, grants, networking with other NSBE members around the world,  resume building workshops and interview preparation workshops.

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National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE)

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!

MEMBERSHIP CATEGORIES

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

professionals

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

Ready to APPLY? CLICK HERE to access the application.
(Complete the application and submit to Mr. Ahmed)

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National Society of Black Engineers Recruitment Visit

National Society of Black Engineers, also known as NSBE, finally started their chapter here in Transit Tech CTE High School. During their recruitment visit, they went to each classroom and spoke with several 11th grade classes. The mission is to recruit members as well as chapter leaders and successfully create a partnership with other NSBE High Schools, Colleges and Universities.  More information on NSBE can be found on www.nsbe.org.

A few pictures from their classroom presentation.

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The National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE)

The National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) would like to start a NSBE Jr chapter at Transit Technical High School. The organization is open to all students and it was created to support future black engineers. So what does this mean to you? NSBE gives your children an opportunity to experience firsthand how Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) relate to the world around them. They are also exposed to what it takes to have a successful college career. What does a NSBE Jr chapter mean to your child? Along with learning about STEM, they get to learn about themselves by becoming leaders, volunteering, and building on their academics along with the help of fellow NSBE collegiate chapters. The society’s mission is to increase the number of culturally responsible Black engineers who excel academically, succeed professionally, and positively impact the community.

ATTENTION all parents, students and staff. NSBE will be presenting and recruiting at our next PTA Meeting on December 17th, 2015. Members of NSBE will answer all questions and discuss their mission and goals with Transit Tech CTE High School. 

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