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  • NSBE Bridge Honor Roll

    NSBE Bridge Honor Roll

    The NSBE Bridge Honor Roll recognizes the outstanding achievements of middle school and high school members of NSBE’s Academic Pyramid of Excellence (APEX). APEX students have verified grade-point averages of 3.0 or higher (http://www.nsbe.org/Programs/NSBE-Programs/APEx.aspx#AcademicPyramidofExcellenceWallofFame). Each issue of the magazine spotlights several of our NSBE Jr. APEX honorees, to promote Academic Excellence.

  • Renewable Energy Poster Contest Winners

    Renewable Energy Poster Contest Winners

    NSBE Bridge gives a  big “shout out” to the winners of the Fall 2013 NSBE Jr. Poster Contest! NSBE is proud of all of the participants, who researched the important subject of renewable energy to create their artwork for the contest.

  • Smart and Strong

    Smart and Strong

    Growing up in tough South Central Los Angeles, Margo Batie rarely saw positive role models outside of her home.
  • Women in STEM

    Women in STEM

    The words she speaks reveal her high intelligence, but there’s also something in Rachel Harsley’s polished voice that points to a strong will and a rock solid determination. Even talking with her over the phone, you sense you’re dealing with a winner — not the kind of person you’d want to cover one on one in basketball, a sport she played, by the way, as a scholar-athlete in high school.

  • Philadelphia Gas Works Premier Profile, Christina Barker

    Philadelphia Gas Works Premier Profile, Christina Barker

    Christina Barker is a member of NSBE’s Philadelphia Professionals chapter.
  • SEEK Mentor Lends a Hand, Tyrrick Nance

    SEEK Mentor Lends a Hand, Tyrrick Nance

    Kaylin Jones is a 5th grader at Greenbelt Elementary in Maryland. She loves school, earns straight A’s and calls math and science her favorite subjects. So last year, when Kaylin’s mother found a summer program geared toward kids and focused on science, technology, engineering and math, she thought her 10-year-old would be excited about attending.