NSBE Achieving Excellence Scholarship (NSBE AE Scholarship)

The NSBE Professionals are the professional sector of NSBE and our purpose is to stimulate scholastic achievement and enthusiasm in the Black engineering community. The Achieving Excellence Award is the premiere National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) Professionals National scholarship benefiting pre-college students who have an interest and involvement in Science, and Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM). The purpose of this scholarship is to promote and acknowledge academic excellence, community service, and participation within NSBE Jr. Programming which are key attributes that promote the NSBE Mission.  Award winning high school students will receive a financial award from the NSBE Professionals as specified in the current year.  

Information on the 2014 - 2015 Scholarship will be provided at a later date. 

Students must:
  • Be paid NSBE Jr. members (6th through 12th grades) in good standing
  • Complete an application in IMPAK
  • Have 1st and 3rd quarter GPA’s confirmed in membership profile on line
  • Participate in a NSBE PCI program (ex: Try-Math-a-Lon, Science Fair) or an approved science/engineering program (subject to approval)
  • Have verifiable volunteer service hours (subject to approval).

Official transcripts must be submitted to NSBE World Headquarters for GPA confirmation.  Volunteer service verification letters for students also needs to be submitted to NSBE World Headquarters.  These documents should be received at the address listed below on or before given deadline dates.  Materials received after the deadline dates will not be accepted and the applications of these individuals will be considered incomplete.  It is recommended that time in the postal system be considered in addition to processing time when requesting these items.

Please submit your application materials to the following address:

NSBE World Headquarters
Attn: PCI/NSBE Professionals
205 Daingerfield Road
Alexandria, Virginia 22314

Student applications will be judged on scholastic achievement, community service, and participation in an approved PCI or science-based program.  Incomplete applications will not be judged.  Applications not completed by Due Date will not be judged.  Failure to submit official transcripts and volunteer service verification letters will result in disqualification.