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WVU National Society of Black Engineers

Mission Statement:  "to increase the number of culturally responsible Black engineers who excel academically, succeed professionally and positively impact the community". 

History of the Chapter: Established in April 1984. Shortly after the national organization was created in 1976 which first started at Perdue University by 4 students. There are Collegiate chapters, NSBE Jr Chapters (K-12), and NSBE Professionals. The National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) is one of the largest student governed organizations in the world. With more than 600 chapters and 24,000 active members, NSBE has one of the biggest annual conferences there is with professional development workshops, career fairs with top Fortune 500 companies, and networking with NSBE professionals, collegiate, and K-12 attending. 

Leadership Team: 

President: Ethan Boddy | Vice President: Egon Mamboleo | Treasurer: Kaileb Butler


Achieve the NSBE Mission

Members attend Zone, Regional, and National Conferences 

Members gain research and internship experience toward full time roles

Professional Development, Develop Study Habits, and Networking 

Connect Alumni to students in the chapter