WHO ARE WE ?
The National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE), founded in 1975, is a non-profit organization that promotes and supports the professional development of collegiate and pre-collegiate students in engineering and technology. NSBE has chapters all over the world, and each chapter has the same mission – to increase the number of culturally responsible Black Engineers who excel academically, succeed professionally and positively impact the community.
Countries Across the World
Founded in 1999, NSBE U of T is the largest chapter in Toronto. NSBE U of T is also a part of NSBE Canada and NSBE Region 1.
To have a reputable and prominent presence as a safe space for high school and university students to learn, mentor and network amongst themselves and the wider STEM community
- Stimulate and develop programs that increase minority participation in the field of engineering
- Increase the number of students studying engineering and applied science at both the undergraduate and graduate levels
- Promote the professional development and academic achievement of our members
Canada’s student-run black hackathon, organized by NSBE UofT. More information will be added closer to the winter semester when NSBEHacks will take place.
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Click the links below to learn more about our chapter and how to get involved in upcoming events.
MEET OUR TEAM
Get to know our executive members and faculty /chapter advisors.
Become a general member of the NSBE U of T Chapter.
View all of our upcoming programs and events.