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The Professional Executive Board of the National Society Of Black Engineers understands that having a technical career today is not easy. As technical professionals we are constantly challenged when striving to achieve our career dreams due to shifts in the economy, the fact that many companies are in a continual state if reorganizing and ever present standard practice for many companies to import talent from overseas.

Here in NSBE we are focused on helping our members fulfill their mission to "succeed professionally". We help them achieve their mission by providing multiple avenues to help them grow their career. Over the course of the year our members are provided the following opportunities:

  • Opportunity to receive ongoing career development training
  • Opportunity to make significant career moves by connecting with those in positions of influence
  • Opportunity to grow their professional network
  • Opportunity to positively impact their community


For Chapters Read More

In this area, you will find helpful information that can aide your chapter and its members in finding a chapter and developing your chapter. You will also find more info about the chapter awards offered annually to those chapters that are going above and beyond to fulfill the NSBE mission.

We hope you find this information useful and encourage you to check back often for changes and updates.

Programs View All

NLI Fellows Program

NLI Fellows Program

Are you seeking an opportunity to develop your leadership skills & increase your effectiveness as a future leader in STEM? Then the NSBE NLI Fellows Program wants you ! Join this elite group of members from each of our 6 Regions and get the support you need to assist in your personal growth & development! The NLI Fellows program will prep you for leadership roles, networking experiences & being an effective team member. Sign up today to take the next steps in reaching your full potential & contributing towards the mission of the National Society of Black Engineers.

Events View All

NSBE's 42nd Annual Convention
"Engineering A Cultural Change"

Join us March 23-27, 2016 in Boston, Massachusetts as we commit to "Engineering A Cultural Change" at the 42nd Annual Convention! Stay tuned for more details and be sure to follow @NSBEConvention on Twitter and Instagram!

Partnership Read More

Welcome to Premier Partnering

The NSBE Professionals are the technical experts –engineers, scientists, educators, technologists and business executives– working across the top global industries. We are providing solutions to some of the most challenging and far reaching issues in the areas of science, technology, energy, defense, aerospace, chemicals, electronics, biomedical, consumer goods, food & beverage, consulting and more! Our diverse group of more than 7,000 talented professionals includes entry level, individual contributors, mid-level managers, division leads, and corporate executives.

News Read More

  • #NSBE2025 Be 1 of 10,000
    October 29, 2015 #NSBE2025 Be 1 of 10,000

    The U.S. needs more Black Engineers to continue our nation’s progress through STEM: science, technology, engineering and math. To help solve this problem, the National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) is calling on 7th graders across the country to buckle down academically, set their sights on college and commit to graduating with an engineering degree in 2025!

  • NSBE Professionals Membership Survery
    September 30, 2015 NSBE Professionals Membership Survery

    In order to engage and better serve the Professional Membership, please complete the (short) 2016 Membership Survey. We thank you for membership and support of NSBE.

  • The Upside of Failure
    September 24, 2015 The Upside of Failure

    A recent post from a student who was struggling academically sparked a discussion on our great online community, MyNSBE. I was motivated to respond, which gave me the opportunity to consider what I’ve learned about failure and success during my own academic journey. I hope my message below was as helpful to the student who reached out as the process of writing it was to me.