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KidWind Challenge

KidWind Challenge

The KidWind Project consists of a team exploring the science behind wind and other renewable forms of energy. The goal is to make renewable energy widely accessible through hands-on activities that are challenging, engaging, and teach basic science and engineering principles. Students dedicate their year of engagement to building a small turbine to produce as much power as possible. They are tasked with thinking about the best construction techniques and the most innovative design to make their turbine operate. This program is open to high school NSBE Jr. members with students in grades 9-12. NSBE’s KidWind Challengecompetition takes place at the Annual Convention.

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ACT Question of the Day

Partner with actual engineering students and professional engineers to learn more about how to succeed in STEM!

SAT Question of the Day

Partner with actual engineering students and professional engineers to learn more about how to succeed in STEM!

Preparing for College

Partner with actual engineering students and professional engineers to learn more about how to succeed in STEM!

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LEADERSHIP
National Leadership Institute
Why Join?
  • Plan the 1st Leadership Conference of the year!
  • Be amongst National and Regional leaders from across the Society
  • Help shape a unified vision for the new NSBE year!
NSBEpreneur
Officially launched in January, 2010 NSBEpreneur™ is a program that is designed to increase the number of Black owned technical companies. The program consists of four core components. Four more information on the program or to support, contact the NSBE Business Diversity Committee at nebbusiness@nsbe.org.