The mission of the National Society of Black Engineers is to increase the number of culturally responsible Black engineers who excel academically, succeed professionally, and positively impact the community. Founded in 1976, the Georgia Tech Society of Black Engineers, in line with the society's mission, was established increase academic excellence and promote professional development among Black students at Georgia Tech. Over the past 45 years, the chapter has received much recognition throughout the society for it's academic achievement and contributions to the Black community. Some of these include being named National Distinguished Chapter of the Year in 2011, National Large Chapter of the Year in 2005 and 2007 and the Georgia Tech Organization of the Year 2008 and 2016, and many more.
Org - Professional/Departmental
Ex: President, CEO, Director
Please state the name of the primary student organization leader.
Please state the officer that is responsible for managing finances, even if they are an officer already listed. This information will be shared with SGA.
Ex: Treasurer, Vice-President, etc.
Please list information about how students can become members. Please note this information will be public on your portal.
We host general body meetings weekly and have tons of events and activities throughout the year. Check out our website to stay current with us!
Interested students are encouraged to join by signing up on NSBE.org and creating a profile. Once you pay your dues and list Georgia Institute of Technology as your chapter, we will be able to see you have become a member.
If you have not selected a day of the week to meet, or if the changes regularly, please select TBD below. Please note this information will be public on your portal.
This information will be on your profile. We encourage groups to think of this as a way to share what members will be working on, and what they can expect from your organization this year.
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