November 2018 General Body Meeting

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Thursday November 15, 2018 6p – 8p

DTE Energy Company

17150 Allen Rd

Melvindale, MI 48122

 

Donate

New and Gently Used coats (size Youth 5 to Adult 3X) for Beyond Basics 2018 Coat Drive

Please enter the facility of Allen Road and check in with security. Let security know that you are here to see Frenae Smith for a meeting in the ICM Auditorium

 

Pistons Fundraiser

Join the National Society of Black Engineers as they celebrate the annual NSBE night at Little Caesars Arena and cheer on the Detroit Pistons as they take on the Miami Heat!
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27th
PISTONS vs. BOSTON CELTICS• 7:00PM
LOWER-LEVEL: $70 (SECTION 115)

Ticket Purchase Includes:
•             Ticket to game
•             Pistons souvenir item
•             Postgame free throw shot on the court
•             Proceeds from each ticket will benefit NSBE Detroit
You can pay at pistons.com/NSBE

Region 4 Fall Regional Conference 2018

This year’s Region IV FRC will be held from October 26-28, 2018 at the Huntington Convention Center of Cleveland. This conference will utilize the many different resources the society holds in order to instill the pillars of the organization into the membership. (Professional development, academic excellence, and community impact). Through activities designed specifically to engage and enhance the membership, FRC will provide its attendees unique opportunities and tools in order to succeed in professionalism and academia. As part of our Chair’s Directives this FRC we will be working on Improving the Membership Experience and Increasing Exposure by focusing in on engaging the regional NSBE Jr. and Collegiate membership. We will also be looking to increase our regional exposure by increasing our engagement within the local community. With the class of 2025 currently in their sophomore year of high school, it is imperative that we are increasing engineering enrollment though STEM exposure while retaining current engineering students.
I encourage our attendance to utilize all the resources this convention has to offer. I also encourage all to reach out of their comfort zone and network across chapters and membership classification barriers.
On behalf of Region IV, I would also like to thank the city of Cleveland in advance for hosting us on one of the greatest FRC’s in Region IV’s History! I am looking forward to seeing you all at FRC.
Fo’ Solid!
Jered C. Butler
FRC Chair

Family Spring Fest at Kettering University

Hello NSBE Detroit Professionals,
On May 12th, from 12 pm to 4 pm, Kettering University’s NSBE B-Section Chapter will host its annual Family Spring Fest. This is where they take over the campus football stadium and allow children of all ages (typically 9th grade or younger) to play games, participate in obstacle courses, and enter raffles as they would at a festival. They would like our participation for volunteering with set up (10 am to 12 pm), engaging and directing youth and parents during the Spring Fest, and breakdown (4 pm to 5 pm). If you are interested in participating, please let me know as soon as possible. I would like to report the number of confirmed volunteers to the chapter by May 7th.  I am open to carpooling, as well.

National Convention 2018

Save the Date for NSBE44. The National Society of Black Engineers 44th Annual Convention (#NSBE44) will take place March 21-March 25, 2018 in Pittsburgh, PA. The convention demonstrates NSBE’s commitment to lead the United States in graduating 10,000 Black engineers annually by 2025.
The Annual Convention showcases Black students and professionals who have a passion for STEM, who are high achievers in these fields and who are channeling their dedication to advance their communities and society at large. #NSBE44 will attract more than 10,000 aspiring and practicing engineers, educators, representatives of more than 200 academic institutions, government agencies, corporations and nonprofit organizations.
The convention will feature high-profile speakers, panel discussions, dynamic workshops, networking sessions, community engagement events, technical and scientific competitions, hands-on engineering and science activities and the premier career fair geared toward African Americans in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM).