Programs

NSBE Professionals Programs

Creative, engaging and interactive programs are the primary vehicles through which NSBE fulfills its mission to 'Increase the number of culturally responsible Black engineers who excel academically, succeed professionally and positively impact the community'. We provide a variety of programs in the following core areas to support NSBE Professionals: Entrepreneurship, Technical Excellence, Professional Development, Community Impact, College Initiative, Pre-College Initiative and Chapter Development.

Technical business development, professional development units, license and certification exam review courses, engineering technical activity, youth outreach, and community outreach are among the wide array of resources available to NSBE Professional Members through our various programs. By participating in any number of our programs each NSBE Professional is ensured an opportunity to reach extraordinary heights in their technical, professional and community endeavors. The value of NSBE Programs depends on active participation.
 
Additionally, the NSBE Professionals Programs Zone is calling upon the membership, particularly at the local chapter level, to develop innovative programs that will increase the value of being a NSBE Professional member, help fulfill the NSBE mission, coordinate and utilize professional skill sets, and most importantly excite and fulfill your chapter membership. We, as your Region IV Professionals Program Zone, look forward to implementing the programs that the greatest benefit can be realized for the Region IV Professionals.

Developmental Programs
• Technical Excellence
• Professional Development
• Entrepreneurship

Outreach Programs
• Pre-College Initiative
• College Initiative
• Community Impact

Institute for Chapter Development
The Institute for Chapter Development (ICD) is a year-round NSBE program designed to strengthen the chapter’s ability to grow and flourish in serving its membership. The purpose of the ICD is to:
•Measure how well chapters stay on track
•Identify missing elements in a chapter
•Provide criteria to define an excellent chapter
•Measure where the chapter currently stands vs. where they can be

Professionals Awards
The following awards will be given to our deserving membership at the Technical Professional Conference during the 43rd Annual Convention in Kansas City, MO March 29 - April 2, 2016.

  • Region IV Professionals Member of the Year
  • Region IV Professionals PCI Program of the Year
  • Region IV Professionals Chapter of the Year
  • Region IV Professional Development Program of the Year
  • Region IV Professionals Program of the Year
  • Region IV Professionals College Initiative Program of the Year
For additional information or questions please do not hesitate to contact me.

Jonathan Tyler
2017 - 2018 Region IV Professionals Programs Chair
National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE)
r4pebprograms@nsbe.org