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Transcript of NSBE

First General Meeting
The National Society of Black Engineers
University of Toronto Chapter Presents
Kelly-Marie Melville - President
Your Executive Team:
Beniam Tefferi - Vice-President
Tameka Deare - Administrative Director
Gem Agwunobi - Finance Chair
Dimpho Radebe - Programs Director
Andrew Brown - Membership Chair
A Word on NSBE
A New Beginning
Tawfiq Dasanah - Promotions Director
The National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) was founded in 1975, by 6 students at Purdue University.

The goal was to increase the recruitment and retention of black students in engineering and other fields of study.

NSBE has since grown from six to over 33,000 members and the annual meeting has grown into the Annual Convention, hosting over 10,000 attendees.
Our Programs
Social Academic/Professional Outreach - PCI
NSBE Today
Who are we?
The largest student run organization in the WORLD
Chapters in 3 continents

What do we do?
Academic, Professional and Social development
Community outreach work
Great programs/events for student members
NSBE Today
What can we offer?
Give you a chance to add an extra dimension to your student life.
Development and networking opportunities.
Volunteer opportunities
Job/Career opportunities
Social Programs and Events
Our social programs are geared toward enriching the student experience on campus.

It is a chance to relax and build relationships among

Upcoming events include:

Get to know NSBE - Friday, October 5th

Games Night - Friday, November 23rd

D-Battle VIII - 2nd Semester

Movie Night - Friday, March 22nd
Academic and Professional Programs
Our professional programs compliment our academic
programs ensuring that each member is given the
opportunity to excel in and out of the classroom.

Upcoming programs include:

Leadership Through Service workshop -
Wednesday, September 26th

Tutoring Sessions - Wednesday, October 10th & 17th

Ace the Interview! - Thursday, January 31st

Professional career panel - Thursday, March 14th
NSBE PCI Program
Goal: Stimulate an interest in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) and post-secondary education

Initiatives: NSBE Jr. Chapters, Conferences, Scholarships, Awards, Competitions

NSBE U of T:
High School Conference - Thursday, October 4th
Call of Uni (BOND) - Saturday, October 20th
Excellence Conference - Saturday, October 20th
NSBE Jr. Chapters around GTA

Most recently: ENGage
Registration is already open
Become a NSBE member today!
Stay tuned for more detailed information in coming weeks!!
Committees: Programs & PCI
How can I get involved?
How can I get involved?
NSBE Conferences
During the year NSBE UofT hosts and attends a variety of conferences. Some are in Canada, while most are in the USA

High School Conference - NSBE UofT
November 7, 2012

Fall Regional Conference - Parsippany, New Jersey
November 15-18, 2012

National Conference - Indianapolis, Indiana
March 2013
High School Conference
Thursday, October 4th
Fall Regional Conference
November 15-18, 2012

NSBE UofT will attend FRC in Parsippany NJ.

What conference offers:
Professional networking opportunities
Job application tips
Professional development workshops
Fun and Games!!!
How will we get there?
NSBE UofT plans on chartering our own bus
We will share with neighbouring chapters to reduce cost for everyone
National Conference
After FRC, NSBE will update you on attending National Conference.
ENGage 2013:
2 week summer day camp that will cater to students in grades 5 to 8

Provide an opportunity for interested youth to learn STEM concepts in an engaging environment

ENGage students who have not expressed previous interest in STEM areas

3 main areas:
Science and Engineering Concepts
Leadership Development
Sports and Recreation
Programs Committee:
Organize events

Execute events

Develop your own programming

Skills you will gain:
Time management
Team work
Develop and coordinate programming

If you are interested in being part of the programs committee, send an email to Dimpho:
PCI Committee:
Event planning and coordination.
Be a NSBE PCI ambassador
Tutoring and Mentorship
ENGage History:
Collaboration between NSBE U of T and Engineering Student Outreach Office in summer 2010

Mikhail Burke and Andrew Forde are both past NSBE U of T Chapter presidents

Initially conceived as a tutoring program; evolved into a 1 week summer program

Encourage more black youth to be interested in post-secondary studies

Ensure potential financial limitations of students are not a barrier to participation

This past year, we had over 30 grade 5 to 8 students over 2 weeks
Other Items:
Upcoming Events:
Rossini Martyr - Pre-Collegiate Initiative (PCI) Chair
Thank You For Attending!!
ENGage 2013
2012 International Conference
“Borderless Future, Boundless Opportunities”
September 27-29, 2012
Hyatt Regency Toronto

UTSU Blue & White Quad Party !!!
Leadership through Service Workshop
Thursday, September 26th
UofT Career Center (214 College St)
6pm - 7:30pm
High School Conference
Wednesday, November 7
What goes on at HSC:
Guest Speakers
Design Competition
How you can help:
On-site Volunteering
Contact Rossini at pcichair.nsbeuoft@gmail.com for more information on how you can be a part of this great event.
Why join the PCI Committee?:
Time Management and Prioritizing
Give back to the community
If you're interested in being a part of the PCI committee, send an email to Rossini: pcichair.nsbeuoft@gmail.com
Unfortunately no baby picture could be found :(
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