Three students represent Iowa State University at the National and Regional level of the National Society of Black Engineers

Courtney Towles, Christian Miller, and Chloe McPherson are leading the way for future black students in STEM. To learn more about each student, click the photo.

Chloe McPherson
Chloe McPherson
Christian Miller
Christian Miller
Courtney Towles
Courtney Towles

The National Society of Black Engineers is an organization that has helped many students in STEM achieve success and be exposed to the professional world at a young age. NSBE offers students, starting in 5th grade, academic excellence programs, scholarships, leadership training, professional development and access to networking for potential careers. Boasting a staggering 31,000 members, NSBE has 99 active pre-college chapters, 250 student chapters, and 68 professional chapters. Every year NSBE holds a convention that attracts over 8,000 attendees.

The goal of NSBE is to challenge and encourage students to pursue STEM as a career. NSBE is Increasing membership each year and striving to promote awareness to the opportunities available for blacks and other minorities for STEM professions. Overall, NSBE grants opportunities for success unlike any other organization.

3 thoughts on “Three students represent Iowa State University at the National and Regional level of the National Society of Black Engineers

  1. WAY TO GO CHRISTIAN! So many of us are just proud of you. You’re gonna do great things. This world needs whatever you’re gonna have to offer.

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