NSBENational Society of Black Engineers
NSBENational Standards for Business Education
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Providing access to networks and programs such as Women in Tech, National Association of Black Accountants, Mogul, and NSBE to name a few, will help steer those aspiring to be a part of the innovative tech industry.
The best stories will be entered in NSBEs national social media webisode series.
Uzo Amuzie, a senior at Columbia University who is the chairperson of Region 1 for NSBE, was the only black student in his pre-engineering high school of 300 students.
Uzodinma Amuzie, an engineering and pre-law major at Columbia University and a regional NSBE chair, says the desire for the "quality of lifestyle" of super-rich tech founders makes young people aspire to become software magnates.
At the end of my college sophomore year, I was elected to a position in the MIT chapter of the NSBE with the responsibility to resurrect a program that exposed local junior high and high school students to engineering.
Some of Dow Chemical's efforts include investing in programs that educate and excite today's youth about STEM careers like Junior Achievement, First Robotics, the National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE), Summer Engineering Experience for Kids (SEEK) and local science fairs.
He is member of Computer Society of India (CSI), International Association of Engineers (IAENG), NSBE (USA), International Association of Computer Science and Information Technology (IACSIT) and Internet Society (ISOC).
He has received scores of outside awards, including the 2006 National Institute of Science Outstanding Scientist Award, The Black Engineer of the Year President's Award, induction into the National Academy of Engineering and the NSBE Distinguished Engineer Award.
Until recently, NSBE was working with the long-range plan that was established in 1998.
Student organizations, such as the Society of Women Engineers (SWE), the National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE), and Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHIPE) may already exist at the school where the employer recruits.