Message From The Fall Regional Conference Chair

Dear Prospective Partner:

Region II of the National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) is excited to invite you to partner with us as we strive to fulfill NSBE’s mission. After two years of operating virtually, Region II is excited to transition back to functioning in person. This year, guided by our directives, we aim to empower our membership with collaboration throughout all levels of the membership in the region and leverage the hybrid environment to accommodate our work. In addition, we are striving to gather and use data to determine how we can better serve our members. Last, we want to enhance standard practices to foster more accessible engagement processes with the membership. Achieving our goals will require communication, execution and the support of our partners. 

Region II boasts 713 collegiate members, 167 NSBE Jr. (pre-college) members and 215 technical professional members. Our collegiate members represent 63 active chapters throughout Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, the District of Columbia, West Virginia, Virginia, North Carolina and South Carolina. Our NSBE Jr. members participate in 75 active chapters, and our NSBE Professionals membership represents 14 active chapters. As a result, Region II proudly holds the organization’s most registered members and active chapters.

 According to U.S. News & World Report’s 2022 Top Engineering Programs, 10 of the 50 top-ranked universities in the nation are located within Region II. In addition, our region encompasses a wealth of universities with the best undergraduate engineering programs. It is the home of 12 Historically Black Colleges and Universities. According to Diverse Issues in Higher Education, we now have five institutions among the top 10 producers of African Americans with bachelor’s degrees in engineering and six of the top 10 producers of African Americans with master’s degrees in engineering. 

 Region II is home to some of the top talent that NSBE has to offer, and we have developed a reputation for tremendous leadership, membership participation and academic prowess. These qualities make Region II a unique and unparalleled opportunity for recruiters. 

It is only with the support of our partners that Region II continues to excel year after year. 

 We invite you to connect, engage and recruit with Region II. In exchange, you will gain access to the best and brightest diverse STEM talent that NSBE has to offer. And if hired, our members will foster a well-rounded workplace capable of innovative thinking, empowered leadership and continual growth. 

 Thank you very much for your time and consideration. 

 Sincerely, 

Jessica Brown 

Region II Finance Chair 

National Society of Black Engineers 

r2finance@nsbe.org 


About Region II

Active Chapters

  • Collegiate: 63
  • NSBE Jr.: 75
  • Professional: 14

Membership

  • Collegiate: 713
  • NSBE Jr.: 167
  • Professional: 215
  • Total: 1,095

Collegiate Majors of the Members

  • Aerospace Engineering: 2%
  • Biomedical/Bioengineering: 6%
  • Business: 2%
  • Chemical Engineering: 7%
  • Civil Engineering: 6%
  • Computer Engineering/Computer Science: 28%
  • Electrical Engineering: 14%
  • Environmental Engineering: 1%
  • Industrial/Systems Engineering: 4%
  • Materials Engineering: 1%
  • Mathematics: 2%
  • Mechanical Engineering: 18%
  • Petroleum Engineering: 1%
  • Physical/Applied Science: 0.3%
  • Physics: 1%
  • Other Engineering: 6%
  • Technology: 2%

About the Fall Regional Conferences - FRCs

NSBE FRCs provide your organization with the opportunity to source candidates on a local level and help achieve your fall recruitment needs. Combining education, networking and job opportunities, FRCs allow your organization to recruit Black Engineers from your regional communities.

Each FRC includes a Career Fair, allowing organizations to recruit the best and brightest STEM and engineering talent. These unique, region-targeted events are the perfect place to match qualified candidates to your open positions and internships on a national level and at your regional and district offices. In addition, they allow students to find local job opportunities and are ideal for local employers looking to recruit top talent.

FRC Recruitment Sponsorship Opportunities

Diamond Partner \\ $21,000

This partnership level includes:

  • Two (2) exhibitor tables at the Career Fair
  • Preferred placement on the Career Fair floor
  • Three (3) on-site interview booths
  • Two (2) workshops subject to content approval
  • Twenty (20) complimentary full-access registrations
  • Three (3) months of access to the NSBE Career Center Resume Database
  • Ten (10) reserved seats for the Closing Reception
  • Logo prominently featured in the NSBE Guide App and at the Opening Session and Closing Reception
  • Opportunity to provide the keynote speaker for your choice of the Opening Session or the Closing Reception
  • Option to provide a video, up to two (2) minutes in length, to be featured at the Closing Reception

Platinum Partner \\ $15,000

This partnership level includes:

  • Two (2) exhibitor tables at the Career Fair
  • Two (2) on-site interview booths
  • One (1) workshop subject to content approval
  • Fifteen (15) complimentary full-access registrations
  • Three (3) months of access to the NSBE Career Center Resume Database
  • Logo prominently featured in the NSBE Guide App and at the Opening Session and Closing Reception

Gold Partner \\ $10,000

This partnership level includes:

  • One (1) exhibitor table at the Career Fair
  • One (1) on-site interview booth
  • Ten (10) complimentary full-access registrations
  • Three (3) months of access to the NSBE Career Center Resume Database
  • Logo prominently featured in the NSBE Guide App and at the Opening Session and Closing Reception

Silver Partner \\ $5,000

This partnership level includes:

  • One (1) exhibitor table at the Career Fair
  • Five (5) complimentary full-access registrations
  • Three (3) months of access to the NSBE Career Center Resume Database
  • Logo featured in the NSBE Guide App

Bronze Partner \\ $4,000

NSBE Board of Corporate Affiliate (BCA) partners receive a complimentary Bronze Partner package!

This partnership level includes:

  • One (1) exhibitor table at the Career Fair
  • Four (4) complimentary full-access registrations
  • Logo featured in the NSBE Guide App

Nonprofit/Small Business Partner \\ $1,000

This partnership level is exclusive to small business and nonprofit organizations.

This partnership level includes:

  • One (1) exhibitor table at the Career Fair
  • Four (4) complimentary full-access registrations
  • Logo featured in the NSBE Guide App

College/University Partner \\ $500

This partnership level is exclusive to colleges/universities.

This partnership level includes:

  • One (1) exhibitor table at the Career Fair
  • Four (4) complimentary full-access registrations
  • Logo featured in the NSBE Guide App

Additional Recruitment Sponsorship Opportunities

Interview Booths \\ $800

Interview booths allow your organization to take the recruitment process further by conducting on-site interviews. Take advantage of the opportunity to connect with engineering talent, then follow-up with more in-depth, one-on-one conversations with the students who best suit your needs. In addition, interview booths allow you to discuss your job opportunities with your top candidates and conduct interviews before leaving the conference. Interview booths are open on Saturday, 10 a.m.–5 p.m. Each booth is equipped with one table and two chairs. Placing branding and signage in the aisle space outside of the interview booth space is strictly prohibited.

Note: Interview Booth sponsors must also purchase a Recruitment Sponsorship Opportunities package. Subject to availability.

Hospitality Suites \\ $1,000 + Cost of Food and Beverage

Hospitality Suites allow your organization to network with members in a nonrecruiting environment. Sponsors may invite NSBE members to gain a greater knowledge of their character, goals and expectations without being limited to interview-setting conversations.

Note: Hospitality Suite sponsors must also purchase a Recruitment Sponsorship Opportunities package. Subject to availability.

Additional FRC Registrations \\ $300 each

One (1) conference registration includes access to the College & Career Fair, competitions and workshops.

Event and Product Sponsorship Opportunities

FRC Opening Session \\ $4,000

Opening Session is the official welcome event of the conference. Members attend to receive a welcome from the sponsor and NSBE’s Regional Executive Board and an introduction to the conference agenda.

Benefits

  • Naming privileges for the Opening Session (i.e., “Opening Session sponsored by…”)
  • Opportunity to provide a representative to speak at Opening Session (5 minutes)
  • VIP seating with Region II Executive Board
  • Advertisement in the NSBEGuide conference mobile app
  • Logo and web link on the NSBE Region II website until Jan. 15, 2023

FRC General Session \\ $2,500

General Session is the official business meeting for Region II. Approximately 800 members attending the conference are required to participate in the event, which occurs on the morning of the College and Career Fair.

Benefits

  • Naming privileges for the General Session (i.e., “General Session sponsored by…”)
  • Opportunity to provide a representative to speak at General Session (5 minutes)
  • VIP seating with Region II Executive Board
  • Advertisement in the NSBEGuide conference mobile app
  • Logo and web link on the NSBE Region II website until Dec. 31, 2022

FRC Closing Reception \\ 2 Sponsors @ $3,500

The Closing Reception is the culminating event of the FRC. Approximately 800 attendees will be present at the ceremony, which occurs on the final night of the conference. In addition, the program includes guest speakers, a conference recap and presentations of competition winners and awards.

Benefits

  • Naming privileges for the FRC Closing Recption (i.e., “Closing Reception co-sponsored by...and...”)
  • Opportunity to provide a representative to speak at the Closing Reception (5 minutes)
  • VIP seating at Closing Reception
  • Advertisement in the NSBEGuide conference mobile app
  • Logo and web link on the NSBE Region II website until Feb. 15, 2023

FRC Apparel Sponsor \\ 2 Sponsors @ $3,500

Conference apparel is an excellent way to increase the visibility of your organization. All conference attendees will be given an item of apparel at registration. Your logo will have prominent placement on the item. In addition, the sponsor may insert a flyer into the bag (one-color organization logo requested), if tote bags are provided. The fee quoted is for 1,000 tote bags or lanyards.

Item selection is at Region II's discretion.

FRC Social Media Sponsor \\ $1,500

This package will maximize your organization’s brand and provide a month of promotional time on our social media websites. Our social media platforms have the following statistics: Facebook: 1,308 likes; Twitter: 2,551 followers; Instagram: 1,627 followers.

Benefits

  • Weekly posts of the sponsor’s logo and careers page link on NSBE Region II’s social media pages for a month before FRC
  • Opportunity to advertise official multimedia graphics (1 item per week)
  • Opportunity to promote partnership with Region II a month before the conference (on a biweekly basis)

FRC Workshops \\ $1,000

Organizations interested in hosting a workshop should contact Jessica Brown at r2finance@nsbe.org with their intended topic of discussion. Workshop topics are subject to approval by the FRC chair and will be based on availability on schedule. Organizations may host a maximum of two (2) workshops, depending on the duration of the workshop and AV equipment availability. Workshop proposals cannot be accepted after Oct. 1, 2022, for the FRC.

FRC APEx Events

FRC Technical Research Exhibition (TRE) \\ $2,500

The Technical Research Exhibition (TRE) is designed to showcase NSBE members’ skills in technical writing, theoretical research and oral presentation. The competition allows graduate students and technical professionals to present their research findings and encourages undergraduate students to showcase their research and pursue graduate degrees. TRE is held during the FRC and the Annual Convention.

Benefits

  • Naming privileges for TRE (i.e., “Technical Research Exhibition sponsored by…”)
  • Opportunity to place representatives on the judging panel
  • Opportunity to display banner and marketing materials
  • Opportunity to provide prizes to the winner
  • Recognition in NSBE Region II social media outlets (Instagram and Twitter)
  • Logo and web link on the NSBE Region II website until Dec. 31, 2022

FRC APEx Luncheon \\ 3 Sponsors @ $2,500 + Cost of Food and Beverage

The Academic Pyramid of Excellence (APEx) Luncheon brings together some of NSBE’s top academic talent for networking and professional development. Students in attendance will have GPAs of 3.0 or higher.

Benefits

  • Naming privileges for APEx Luncheon (i.e., “APEx Luncheon sponsored by…”)
  • Opportunity to provide keynote speaker for the luncheon
  • Opportunity to collect the resumes of APEx students
  • VIP seating at APEx Luncheon
  • Advertisement in the NSBEGuide conference mobile app
  • Logo and web link on the NSBE Region II website until Dec. 31, 2022
  • Access to the 2022–2023 Region II Executive Board Resume Book

FRC NSBE Region II Quiz Bowl Tournament \\ $1,000

Quiz Bowl is a game in which two teams compete head-to-head to answer questions from all areas of knowledge, including history, literature, science, fine arts, current events, popular culture, sports and more.

The defining feature of Quiz Bowl is the use of a “buzzer system" that lets players interrupt the reading of a question when they know the answer. That element adds a dimension of confidence, anticipation and rapid recall to a game about knowing facts. Those “tossup” questions are answered individually, but doing so earns one’s team a chance at a three-part “bonus” question. Bonus questions are worth more points and allow collaboration but are generally more complex.

Benefits

  • Naming privileges for Quiz Bowl (i.e., “NSBE Region II Quiz Bowl sponsored by…”)
  • Opportunity to display banner and marketing materials
  • Recognition in NSBE Region II social media outlets (Instagram and Twitter)
  • Access to the 2022–2023 Region II Executive Board Resume Book
  • Logo and web link on the NSBE Region II website until Dec. 31, 2022

FRC Graduating Seniors Reception \\ $2,000 or 2 Sponsors @ $1,000

The Graduating Seniors Event is designed to honor NSBE students completing their undergraduate degrees. The purpose of this program is to celebrate the students’ academic achievements as they prepare for their entry into the workplace or higher education. This program offers students an opportunity to interact with technical professionals in a social environment that will foster networking, relationship building and mentoring opportunities.

Benefits

  • Naming privileges for Graduating Seniors Reception (i.e., “Graduating Seniors Reception sponsored by…”)
  • Opportunity to have a speaker address the attendees during the event
  • Opportunity to display banner and marketing materials
  • Six (6) complimentary tickets to the event
  • Recognition in NSBE Region II social media outlets (Instagram and Twitter)
  • Logo and web link on the NSBE Region II website until Jan. 2, 2023
  • Access to the 2022–2023 Region II Executive Board Resume Book

FRC TORCH Events

A Walk for Education \\ $2,500 + Cost of Food & Beverage

The goal of A Walk for Education (AWFE) is “to increase awareness of the opportunities available through education, particularly in the STEM fields, and to shatter myths about African-Americans in math, science, engineering and other technical and scientific areas.” AWFE is a grassroots program in which NSBE members go door to door in underserved Black communities. They provide information about college, scholarship information, SAT/ACT preparation tools and NSBE, and share information about the benefits of majoring in STEM fields. AWFE is the primary outreach and advertising mechanism of TORCH. AWFE is a one-time, broad effort to reach into the community and initiate a relationship we can develop further through other TORCH activities.

Benefits

  • Naming privileges for A Walk For Education (i.e., “A Walk For Education sponsored by...”)
  • Opportunity to distribute marketing materials
  • Opportunity to design the apparel for the event, including your organization’s logo
  • Recognition in NSBE Region II social media outlets (Instagram and Twitter)
  • Logo and web link on the NSBE Region II website until March. 31, 2023

TORCH Festival \\ 2 Sponsors @ $2,000

TORCH Festival is an event that positively and effectively engages the community with STEM and TORCH. It is a “reverse” science fair. Instead of a traditional science fair where students present their discoveries to judges, collegiate members will show their knowledge to youth to encourage them to consider entering a STEM field. This event will offer a mixture of booths with demonstrations and explanations and interactive activities for students to walk through in groups.

Benefits

  • Naming privileges for TORCH Festival (i.e., “TORCH Festival sponsored by...”)
  • Opportunity to distribute marketing materials
  • Premium booth at TORCH Fest
  • Speaking opportunity at the opening and closing of a sponsored event
  • Opportunity to design the apparel for the event, including your organization’s logo
  • Recognition in NSBE Region II social media outlets (Instagram and Twitter)
  • Logo and web link on the NSBE Region II website until March 31, 2023

FRC ‘The Art of Technical Communication’ (ATC) \\ $1,000

The Art of Technical Communication (ATC) is designed to showcase NSBE members’ technical experiences through creative mediums such as poetry, art, multimedia and more. This interdisciplinary competition challenges future engineers to develop innovative and imaginative techniques to express their knowledge of STEM and bring awareness to their unique experiences in STEM. This year, ATC will be hosted at a Region II NSBE conference for the first time.

Benefits

  • Naming privileges for ATC (i.e., “The Art of Technical Communication sponsored by...”)
  • Opportunity to place representatives on the judging panel
  • Opportunity to display banner and marketing materials
  • Opportunity to provide prizes to the winner
  • Recognition in NSBE Region II social media outlets (Instagram and Twitter)
  • Logo and web link on the NSBE Region II website until Dec. 31, 2022

Fall Regional Conference Engineering Diversity Events

Pop-Up Fair Competition \\ $10,000 or 2 @ $5,000 Per Sponsor

Participants will be tasked with setting up business pop-up shop booths that showcase their physical or digital product samples. The event will allow the general membership to purchase products from the businessowners throughout the event. The “judges” go to each business booth and hear the owners’ business pitch. This will encourage exposure to the small business marketplace of our members within Region II and support their business operation. Once the judging is completed, the judges will decide the top three businesses they will invest in, based on the business pitches and ideas they enjoyed the most.

Benefits

  • Naming privileges for NSBE Pop-Up Fair Competition (i.e., “NSBE Pop-Up Fair sponsored by...”)
  • Opportunity to place representatives on the judging panel
  • Opportunity to display banner and marketing materials
  • Opportunity to provide prizes to the winner
  • Recognition in NSBE Region II social media outlets (Instagram and Twitter)
  • Logo and web link on the NSBE Region II website until Dec. 31, 2022

Engineering Design Thinking Workshop \\ $500

Teams build a prototype model of an existing or potential technical innovation. Students learn how science, design, engineering and math are interrelated. It allows students to understand the roles of different engineers in a multidisciplinary team.

Benefits

  • Naming privileges for Engineering Design Competition (i.e., “Engineering Design Competition sponsored by...”)
  • Opportunity to facilitate the competition
  • Opportunity to see the impact on young minds as they develop their interest in science and engineering

Let’s Debate \\ $1,000

Let's Debate is designed to push students to utilize critical thinking and oratorical skills in a debate setting. This competition operates using the parliamentary debate format. NSBE Debate is open only to college students. It pushes students to use their engineering background to develop solid arguments.

Benefits

  • Naming privileges to Let’s Debate (i.e., Let’s Debate sponsored by…)
  • Opportunity to place representatives on the judging panel
  • Opportunity to display company banner and marketing materials
  • Opportunity to provide company prizes to the winner
  • Recognition on Region II Social Media Outlets (Instagram and Twitter

Shoe Partnership Design Competition \\ $1,500

The Shoe Partnership Design competition was created to inspire and empower NSBE members to embrace their creativity through art and design and bring attention to Black entrepreneurship and innovative product design. Sponsors will provide the specific base design, and students will compete to develop the most unique shoe design.

Benefits

  • Naming privileges for the Shoe Partnership Design Competition (i.e., “NSBE Region II x “Company name” Shoe Partnership Design Competition”)
  • Opportunity to place representatives on the judging panel
  • Opportunity to display banner and marketing materials
  • Opportunity to provide prizes to the winner
  • Recognition in NSBE Region II social media outlets (Instagram and Twitter)
  • Logo and web link on the NSBE Region II website until Dec. 31, 2022

FRC Pre-Collegiate Initiative Events

FRC Pre-College Initiative (PCI) Meals \\ $3,000 or 2 @ $1,500 per sponsor

Breakfast, lunch and dinner will be provided to PCI participants for the conference duration. The sponsor must select breakfast or lunch. Your contribution will ensure we make the most significant possible impact on our young people by keeping them energized and engaged.

Benefits

  • Sponsorship recognition during the PCI Mini-Conference (at the region's discretion)
  • Verbal recognition at the FRC Closing Reception
  • Opportunity to provide a representative to speak during PCI Mini-Conference (10 minutes maximum – negotiable)
  • Logo in the FRC Program Packet
  • Logo and web link on the NSBE Region II website until Jan. 2, 2023

FRC Try-Math-A-Lon and MATHCOUNTS Workshop \\ $2,000 or 2 @ $1,000 per sponsor

Try-Math-A-Lon (TMAL) and MATHCOUNTS are competitions held among teams composed of high school students in grades 9–12 and 6–8 in every NSBE region throughout the year. The purpose of the competition is to help groom participants for success in STEM courses and prepare them for SAT/ACT testing. TMAL also measures the teams’ ability to solve a real-world engineering problem. MATHCOUNTS is a fun and challenging math program for middle school students to increase their academic and professional opportunities.

Benefits

  • Link to sponsor’s website posted on the NSBE Region II website
  • Recognition at the FRC Closing Reception
  • Opportunity to facilitate the competition preparation

FRC Ten80 Competition Preparation Workshop \\ $2,500 or 2 @ $1,250 per sponsor

The Ten80 Competition Preparation workshop is a supplemental STEM curriculum of Ten80 Education’s National STEM League. Students in grades 6–12 form Ten80 Student Racing Challenge teams that use model (1:10 scale) radio-controlled cars and mimic professional motorsport teams. The first weeks of engagement are spent learning how systems operate and how to organize data rather than following “build” directions. After being “certified in mechanical systems, data and problem solving, students spend the duration of the program year rebuilding the car with improved parts. Once students master the fundamentals of problem-solving, data and mechanical systems, they specialize in areas of personal interest, including project management, marketing and business. The curriculum explicitly addresses enterprise and data-driven design projects. NSBE’s Ten80 STEM Initiative finals take place at the Annual Convention.

Benefits

  • Naming privileges for the workshop
  • Opportunity to place representatives on the judging panel
  • Opportunity to display banner and marketing materials
  • Opportunity to provide prizes to the winner
  • Recognition in NSBE Region II social media outlets (Instagram and Twitter)
  • Logo and web link on the NSBE Region II website until Jan. 15, 2023

KidWind Competition Preparation Workshop \\ $1,000

This competition is geared toward getting students excited about the promise and opportunities of renewable energy — specifically wind power — and its relationship to global climate change. The program seeks to foster opportunities for students to build, test, explore and understand wind energy technology at a manageable scale and to get students excited about careers in STEM fields related to renewable energy.

Benefits

  • Link to sponsor’s website posted on the NSBE Region II website
  • Recognition at the FRC Closing Reception
  • Opportunity to facilitate the competition preparation

Future City Competition Preparation Workshop \\ $1,000

Future City Competition is a national program that focuses on improving students’ math, engineering and science skills. The program is open to 6th-, 7th- and 8th-grade students attending public, private or home schools. Future City aims to provide an exciting, educational engineering program for students. It combines a stimulating engineering challenge with an inquiry-based application to present the students’ vision of a city of the future.

Middle school students are tasked with imagining, designing and building future cities. After developing a virtual city (using SimCity), writing up their solution to a city-wide issue and building a scale model of their city, teams will present their vision to a panel of judges.

Benefits

  • Link to sponsor’s website posted on the NSBE Region II website
  • Recognition at the FRC Closing Reception
  • Opportunity to facilitate the competition preparation

SAT/ACT/AP Breakdown Workshop \\ $1,000

This seminar will explain and break down each one of these tests to NSBE Jr. members and explain what colleges learn from the test results. It will also provide study tips, techniques and practice books to ensure that our members obtain high scores on these standardized tests.

Benefits

  • Naming privileges for SAT/ACT/AP Prep Workshop (I.e., “SAT/ACT/AP Breakdown sponsored by...”)
  • Opportunity for representatives to lead the workshop
  • Opportunity to distribute marketing materials
  • Opportunity to discuss your undergraduate programs with participants
  • Recognition in NSBE Region II social media outlets (Instagram and Twitter)
  • Logo and web link on the NSBE Region II website until Dec. 31, 2022

FRC In-Kind Donations

This is an excellent opportunity for your organization to increase its visibility and brand recognition by supplying material donations. In addition, conference participants will use materials throughout the FRC. This is an incredible opportunity to leave a lasting image of your organization in the participants’ minds. The Region II Executive Board will negotiate benefits for each donation on a case-by-case basis. We request a variety of items, including but not limited to:

  • Awards and souvenirs
  • Conference printing
  • Conference supplies (pens, pencils, etc.)
  • Conference T-shirts
  • Projectors and other A/V equipment
  • Regional Executive Board polos
  • Recognition gifts and certificates

How to Partner With NSBE Region II

Submit Your Commitment Today!

Partnerships/sponsorships will not be recognized or invoiced until the NSBE Commitment Form has been completed. Should your organization have a contract to be reviewed, please submit this to the NSBE Commitment Form as well. If you have any trouble completing the form, please email national_partnerships@nsbe.org or reach out to your NSBE planning contact.

Payment, Cancellation and Refund Policies

ALL payments must be received no later than Oct. 19, 2022. Invoices that remain unpaid after Oct. 19, 2022 will be subject to having their associated sponsorship forfeited. ANY outstanding invoice(s) after this date will prohibit entrance to the career fair and/or college fair/graduate school fair floor(s). Additional items purchased after Oct. 19, 2022 are due upon receipt and will require a credit card payment only. NOTE: No other form of payment will be honored after this date (with the exception of forms mailed in along with a check with prior approval).

  • A 10% late fee will be assessed on all payments made after Oct. 19, 2022.
  • A 25% cancellation fee will be applied for any sponsorship cancellations after Oct. 27, 2022. This includes paid and unpaid invoices.
  • There will be NO refunds after Oct. 27, 2022.

Questions about payments should be submitted to accounting@nsbe.org.

Region II Contacts

Jessica Brown - Finance Chair - r2finance@nsbe.org

Jacob McCallum – Fall Regional Conference Chair – r2frc@nsbe.org

Brian Quainoo – Chair – r2chair@nsbe.org