NSBE Social/Games Night a Success
Now that the midterm stress is finally over, we would like to invite you to our Social/Games night. This is an opportunity to de stress, and relax before the exam session begins.
We will have several game consoles and a variety of games.
Date - Thursday November 28th, 2013
Location - Lyons New Media Center Room (Mills Library 3rd floor)
Time - 5 - 8pm
There will be lots and food and drinks, so come out and have a good time with Nsbe Mac
|September||Club's Fest||Frosh Week|
|First General Meeting||September 18th|
|October||Social- At a restaurant or we can order pizza and enjoy it in school||TBD|
|Co-op/Internship Option Seminar||October 24|
|November||Coping with Finals||Early November|
|Networking Event with ACA||TBD|
Hey NSBE Mac, if you would like to get connected with other fellow NSBE members in Canada, check this even out !! its a GREAT way to network !
Location: University of Toronto in Toronto, Ontario
Time: January 29 2013 at 6:00pm
Facebook link: http://www.facebook.com/events/466845390028944/
We hope that your first week back to school has gone well. This is to inform you that we will be having our first general meeting for the new year this wednesday.
Date: Wed Jan 16, 2013
Location: McMaster University Student Center Club-Space (Second Floor Student Center) Room 215 B
Time: 19:45 - 20:30
We will be talking about the upcoming events and NSBE programs that we will be having this semester. This is a great opportunity for our members to give us inputs/suggestions of events that we could have to make NSBE more worthwhile and interesting for you guys!
First Year Students should definitely attend this event because we can help you guys with your courses and program selection for next year ! I know choosing which program you should go into can be very stressful and difficult. We can help you!!
Refreshments will be provided at the general meeting This event can be found on face book, go to the link below to view it.
Feel free to invite your friends and classmates.
Make your Saturday worth while for some lucky High School student, you can sign up to volunteer with DCA tutoring (In conjunction with ACA ) - If this is something you would like to do, please send us a reply letting us know of your interest !
The program will be at Sir John A. MacDonald Secondary School (130 York Boulevard) and run from 9am until 12pm. Starting on October 20, 2012 you will met up in the Student Centre and go together.
To get there you can take the HSR (1A, 51, 10, 52, 5A,B,C,D) to Main St. E and Bay and just take a short walk down to York Boulevard, school will be on you're left right at the intersection.
This year, the Fall Canada Conference will be based on the national theme of honouring our past and driving the community forward.
We aspire to provide our attendees with an environment in which they can understand the history of our organization, granting them the opportunity to add their footprint in our journey of academic excellence and professional development.
We will be focusing primarily on engaging our leaders, members and non-members to improve their ability to be interdependent. In our compet itive society, it is paramount that we learn to work together in order to excel in NSBE, school, the workforce but ultimately life.
Come join our infusion of youth, collegiate and alumni as we engage in workshops, stimulating discussion, and fun competition. Are you ready?
Location: Concordia University
Deadline: SoonRegion 1 Fall Regional Conference - Nov 17-20, 2011 Fall Regional Conferences (FRC) attract between 800 and 1,000 pre-college, collegiate and technical professional members within each of the six (6) regions. Conferences include a career fair (average of 30 companies); General Conference with workshops; general sessions and entertainment; a Pre-College Initiative Conference, (for high school and middle school students), featuring a science fair, competitions, group projects, and workshops; and a Professional Development Conference, (for technical professionals), featuring networking sessions, career fair, professional development workshops, and entertainment. Register at NSBE.org
Deadline: October 30th
Location: CoCo Key Hotel & Water Resort - BostonDate: 11/17/2011 3:35:01 PM
There are Prizes to be won for the chapter with most transcripts submitted.Transcripts can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org
Location: Biology Lounge, LSB 213
This Wednesday October 5th, the African-Carribean professors of McMaster will be having a meet and greet from 530pm-7pm, in the Biology Lounge, LSB 213 (the same place their general meeting took place). There will be pizza and drinks, and this will be a very excellent opportunity to not only meet the successful African-Carribean profs at Mac, but also to expand your network and eat free food :).
Location: MDCL (Back Near 1110)
Welcome Back To School and Hello To All the First-Year Students!I Hope School Is Going Awesome For Everyone So Far.
We met you at Club Fest and We Want To Invite You To Our First General Meeting for NSBE On Wednesday, September 14 at 6:30pm .
We hope you can Attend This Meeting. So Come Out To Meet All The Execs and find out more about the organization and all of our
FUN Events that we have.
We Will Be Providing Refreshments At The General Meeting!
See You All There !
There are 4 positions available for the next year's executives of the NSBE McMaster Chapter: Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer, and Programs committee (more than 1 person). Please email email@example.com with the position of interest by April 17, 2011.
The convention was a huge sucess with provding our members with the provide members with the pipeline to continue to strive for success in one�s academics, profession, and community
Toye Ojo competed in the Technical Research Exhibition
Toye Ojo was awarded the Kolwale Glover Scholarship for exemplifies dedication to the service of our membership while preserving academic success and a sense of cultural responsibility. This scholarship was created in memoriam of the late Region 1 Regional Executive Board member, Kolawale Glover.
Thank you to everyone that attended and showed support for the chapter. NSBE McMaster is now and official MES Club and will be receiving up to $550 in funding next year.
Five members of the chapter will be attending the convention representing McMaster University. Toye Ojo will be presenting a research study aimed at developping engineering solutions to dialysis treatment which was conducted with the Chemical Engineering Department at McMaster and Scarborough General Hospital's Nephrology and Dialysis Center.
The Annual Convention is the premiere event for the organization which encompasses members from around the world. During the convention there will be various programs and workshops that will be in place to benefit grade school, collegiate, graduate, technical professional, and international entities of the Society. The convention will showcase the NSBE culture, achievements of the membership, local and nationwide talent, and black-owned businesses in the Pittsburgh area. The goal of this convention is to provide members with the pipeline to continue to strive for success in one�s academics, profession, and community. More information to come!
Networking and Development Workshop on Thursday, February 10th, 2011, from 5 - 7:30 pm at ETB room tbd. The guest speaker for this event will be Ricky Neckles. Tickets for this event are free and can be obtained from Toye (firstname.lastname@example.org). Pizza and Pop will also be provided for this event.
President - Doyin Osuntogun (email@example.com)
Vice- President - Tolu Fadiya (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Senator - Doyin Osuntogun
Senator - Tolu Fadiya
Secretary - Tega Oghor (email@example.com)
Treasurer - Femi Okenla
Programs Chairperson - Tolani Makanjuola (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Communications Chairperson - Andrew Toye Ojo (email@example.com)
Membership Chairperson - Abrar Sidahmed (firstname.lastname@example.org)