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    VEX IQ

    In the VEX IQ Challenge, presented by the Robotics Education & COmpetition Foundation, teams of students are tasked with designing and building a robot to play with other teams in a game-based engineering challenge. Classroom STEM concepts are put to the test as students learn lifelong skills in teamwork, leadership, communication and more. NSBE's VEX IQ Tournament will be held at Annual Convention.

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    NSBE Jr. Explorer (TIC) (Grade 9-12)

    The NSBE Jr. Explorer Technical Innovations Competition is an annual national science fair program. This program gives pre-college students the opportunity to compete in and explore the many applications of science through projects and presentations. As they follow the program calendar, participants submit their project summary and research paper for scoring. Projects and presentations are judged and scored at the national competition. Students conduct research for no more than 12 months before the national competition, which is held at NSBE’s Annual Convention.

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    NSBE Jr. Explorer (TIC) (Grade 6-8)

    The NSBE Jr. Explorer Technical Innovations Competition is an annual national science fair program. This program gives pre-college students the opportunity to compete in and explore the many applications of science through projects and presentations. As they follow the program calendar, participants submit their project summary and research paper for scoring. Projects and presentations are judged and scored at the national competition. Students conduct research for no more than 12 months before the national competition, which is held at NSBE’s Annual Convention.

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    Code Success @ NSBE

    NSBE has partnered with Google to launch the Code Success @ NSBE program, an initiative committed to increasing the number of black engineers in the field of computer science. The year-round engagement provides NSBE collegiate members interested in computer science, technology, software engineering and web design with opportunities to further their interest in computer science (CS) by offering robust coding programming to enhance their knowledge and skills. Programming includes Coding Bootcamps, with emphasis on JavaScript, JAVA, Python and Ruby coding languages, led by expert instructors in the field; CS Workshops at NSBE’s 2017 Annual Convention; and Award Competitions encouraging students to utilize the material and skills they have learned to develop innovative technology.