The National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) is an organization that builds leaders out of each of its leaders. We make it our duty to help each of our leaders achieve their life goals and be the best indivi-duals they can be in society. N.S.B.E. functions like a human body, each part of the body performs a parti-cular function no matter how small. We assign duties to each of our leaders to ensure the best outcome. We organize programs and events that are not just academic or social but also comprise of other self building sectors such as leadership, financial, community, environmental, career access, cultural aware-ness, technical excellence, communications and professional. The national society welcomes anyone who believes and is ready to support our mission.


Our Duty
Sunday July 26, 2009

We have arrived in the Entertainment Capital of the World! I know you all have been waiting to see the flashing lights of the Las Vegas Strip. On behalf of the entire 2009 Convention Planning Committee(CPC), I welcome you to the 35th Annual National Convention of the National Society of Black Engineers, hosted at the Las Vegas Convention Center and the Bally's and Flamingo hotels...

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NSBE hosts a fund raising event at the Alhambra Bowling Center
on September 3rd, 2008. The event raised money to benefit the
members of NSBE in the upcoming year...

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Show Time!
By Kimberly M. Cross, NSBE 2009 National Convention Planning Committee Chair
Sunday May 3, 2009

With previously respectable figures such as former NASDAQ chair Bernard Madoff and Sir Robert Allen Stanford now heading the news about multibillion-dollar Ponzi schemes, ethics is a hot topic in the world..

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Finding Career Fair Success
By Rachel Irving
Sunday May 3, 2009

A lot of attention has been paid recently to the economy and how it has affected NSBE. This one situation has been the highlight of my term so far, and I am not alone in this. Since the economic meltdown a short..

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Love and Time
By Theresa Sullivan Barger
Sunday May 3, 2009

The 2010 NSBE Annual Convention, in Toronto, Canada, is a key milestone for our organization's push into a new realm, one that defies borders, ignores boundaries and champions the rallying cry of...

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Friday, June 18th, 2010

NSBE Banquet
California State University, Los Angeles
Golden Eagle Ballroom (Ballrooms II and III)
Cost: NSBE paid members $10
CSULA non-NSBE w/ ID $20
Staff, faculty, corporate affiliates, friends and family $30

Saturday, July 3rd, 2010

PCI Visit to Marcus Garvey
10am to 1pm


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