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  • #GivingTuesday 2019

    #GivingTuesday 2019

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    Donate to NSBE this #GivingTuesday and help invest in the future of Black engineers. Download our #GivingTuesday toolkit!

  • African-American Generals and Flag Officers Lead Ferguson Youth to Engineering

    African-American Generals and Flag Officers Lead Ferguson Youth to Engineering

    This article spotlights the accomplishments of six decorated flag or general officers in the U.S. military, now retired. Our hope is that it will encourage our youth to consider pursuing engineering careers and inspire future engineers to achieve their professional and academic goals. The officers featured in this article all earned engineering degrees. Two are pilots, and all reached the highest levels of military achievement. They commanded units that ranged from 3,000 to 140,000 personnel and oversaw manpower and equipment with budgets in the tens of billions of dollars. But despite the never-ending pressure and responsibilities of their positions, they each found time to give back to their community, and they all have been strong supporters of the St. Louis Gateway NSBE Jr. Chapter, based at Florissant Valley Community College in Ferguson, Missouri, over the past 20 years.
  • Decorated Military Officers Share Road Maps to Careers in Engineering

    Decorated Military Officers Share Road Maps to Careers in Engineering

    What do youth need to know to make it in the military? How did you end up choosing engineering as your career? What is required for students to have their education paid for by the armed forces? How long is the commitment to the military? These are a few of the questions posed to five decorated officers (and an officer's mentee) from various branches of the armed forces, as part of our celebration of Veterans Day. Each officer has spoken with students affiliated with the National Society of Black Engineers.
  • NSBE Leader Lands Executive Leadership Council Scholarship

    NSBE Leader Lands Executive Leadership Council Scholarship

    Congratulations to NSBE leader Simone Douglas! Read more about her Linde Engineers for Tomorrow Scholarship from the Executive Leadership Council. 

  • Prodigy Nurtured by NSBE

    Prodigy Nurtured by NSBE

    Curtis Lawrence III, 14, Advances to George Washington University

  • Join us for #NSBEchat on November 5

    Join us for #NSBEchat on November 5

    How do we get - and keep - Black students in STEM? Join NSBE and our esteemed cohosts for a lively and engaging Twitter conversation. Join us using #NSBEchat on Tuesday, November 5 at 1 p.m. ET. 
  • Have you registered for your Fall Regional Conference (FRC)?

    Have you registered for your Fall Regional Conference (FRC)?

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    Have you registered for your Fall Regional Conference (FRC)? Register today at bit.ly/nsbeFRC
  • Interested in a scholarship?

    Interested in a scholarship?

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    Scholarship applications for NSBE members are open – apply now at apply.nsbe.org.
  • St. Louis Engineering Program Supports STEM Education for Nigerian Youth

    St. Louis Engineering Program Supports STEM Education for Nigerian Youth

    A partnership between a community association in West Africa and the St. Louis Metro Gateway NSBE Jr. Chapter of the National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) is seeking to create new career pathways in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) for Nigerian youth.
  • In Memoriam: Sharon Southerland-Smith

    In Memoriam: Sharon Southerland-Smith

    The National Society of Black Engineers honors the memory of Sharon Southerland-Smith, a valued employee of NSBE for more than 18 years, who passed away suddenly and unexpectedly on Sept. 15, 2019.