NSBE (6) Pistons Game 2018 Flier
Join the National Society of Black Engineers as they celebrate the fifth annual NSBE night at Little Caesars Arena and cheer on the Detroit Pistons as they take on the Miami Heat!
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 3rd
PISTONS vs. MIAMI HEAT • 7:00PM
LOWER-LEVEL: $60 (SECTION 102 ROWS 5-9)
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
For additional information, please contact
248.377.8608 / RMAKI@PISTONS.COM
DEADLINE: FRIDAY, JANUARY 19TH, 2018
Please remember all tickets are subject to availability and handled on a first-come, first-served basis. All prices on orders received after the indicated deadline are subject to change. Refunds or exchanges will not be issued. Tickets purchased will be emailed to the address provided.
Holiday Party Flyer
Dessert Sign Up: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1RELyAWXUx9sSsJQR3sZFR95_yJRYPhw3azC22tMZw6Q/edit#gid=0
Due to the feedback and request from our previous general body meeting on Entrepreneurship and Startups, NSBE Detroit Professionals will continue the conversation on entrepreneurship with engineer and business owner Tarolyn Buckles.
Entreprenuership & Startups GBM
Please join NSBE Detroit Professionals at Spacelab Detroit on Thursday October 5th from 6-9 pm.
Spacelab Detroit is located on the 7th floor of 607 Shelby St Detroit Michigan 48226. Spacelab Detroit is a new, beautifully renovated, black owned, co-working space downtown. Please see attachment for more details including speaker biographies.
We will have experienced and successful business owners speak on entreprenuership and startups. If you want to speak to successful entrepreneurs please join us. If you want to know how startups work or how some raise money for their startup businesses without working full time then you should come to this event.
Food and refreshments will be served.
NSBE Detroit Professionals – Chair
The SEEK Program succeeds in providing:
- Positive, African-American, collegiate NSBE members as role models
- Early exposure to math, science and engineering concepts
- Group-based learning projects, designed to maximize creativity and ingenuity
- Annual engagement
- No eligibility requirements
In 2007, the Battelle Memorial Institute awarded NSBE a founding grant that established the Summer Engineering Experience for Kids. The program’s mission was to increase minority elementary school students’ knowledge in math and science, interest in pursuing engineering careers, and educational aspirations. It currently has expanded to 17 sites in 16 cities across the United States and served more than 15,000 students. NSBE’s long-term goal is to contribute to producing 10,000 black bachelor’s degree recipients in engineering annually by 2025.
The Summer Engineering Experience for Kids (SEEK) program is one of the National Society of Black Engineers’ (NSBE) contributions to increasing the representation of black students in the Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math fields. This 3-week program is designed to expose black children to STEM fields as early as the 3rd grade and through 12th grade. Students participate from 8:30am – 3:30pm daily, giving each student 105 contact hours per summer. The program utilizes NSBE collegiate members as student mentors, the majority of whom are black and majoring in STEM fields.
The mission of the Summer Engineering Experience for Kids is “To increase elementary school students’ aptitude in math and science and their interest in pursuing STEM (science, technology, engineering, math) career fields, by having them engage in interactive, team-based engineering projects.”
Dates: July 24th – August 11th, 2017
School: MacKenzie PreK-8 School
Address: 10147 West Chicago St. Detroit, MI 48204
Parent Orientation Date: July 18th at 6pm
SEEK Detroit Volunteer Commitment Form
Here are the results of our elections:
Chair – Julian Bates
Vice Chair/Chair-Elect – Crystal Watkins
Treasurer – Monique Lake
Secretary – Vacant
Programs Chair – Vacant
Community Outreach Chair (appointed position) – Amber Spears
Additionally, there are several appointed positions that Julian will be looking to fill:
College Initiative Chair (CI Chair)
Pre-College Initiative Chair (PCI Chair)
Professional Development Chair
Anyone interested in any of these positions should contact Julian Bates (email@example.com) for more information.