GW NSBE Weekly Blast 1/26/14 – 2/2/14
We had a GREAT first general body meeting today and we hope to see you in two weeks (Feb 9) for our next meeting! If you missed this one, I have attached the PowerPoint we shared about some of our upcoming events as well as more information about National Convention!
NSBE Weekly Study Sessions
We are now having study sessions every day from 8:00PM to 11:45 PM. If you need a quiet space to do some work with your fellow NSBE fam come and get your study on! They start TODAY!
Monday Marvin Center G09
Tuesday Marvin Center G08
Wednesday Marvin Center G09
Thursday Marvin Center G12
Friday Marvin Center G09
This Friday, we will have our first midnight breakfast for the semester! We will be going to iHop for some good eats with good company. Join your NSBE fam!
NSBE National Convention
Right now the regular registration price is $160.00! Space is also limited so get your ticket sooner rather than later! We know that the ticket is a little pricey, but keep in mind that the chapter will be paying for travel expenses as well as hotel expenses. You are getting so much for the $160 and it is totally worth it. National convention is a great opportunity for everyone to connect with people from NSBEs membership and partners. It brings out over 8,000 attendees each year. Events include a 2-day Career Fair, College/Grad School Fair, Professional Development Workshops, General Sessions, Hospitality Suites, Panel Discussions, and the Annual Golden Torch Awards Ceremony. It’s a great opportunity for EVERYONE, you don’t want to miss out!
You can register here at https://nsbe.networkats.com/members_online/registration/reg_chaperone.asp?mt=NC2014&af=NSBE
Campus Fresh Fundraiser
THIS TUESDAY, January 28th, ALL DAY LONG, we will have our first fundraiser of the semester at Campus Fresh. Tell your friends and come get some food because all the money will make will go toward things we can do for you!
Have an awesome week!!
GW NSBE Membership Chair
NSBE Mission Statement – “To increase the number of cultural responsible black engineers who excel academically, succeed professionally and positively impact the community.”