INCREASE THE NUMBER OF CULTURALLY RESPONSIBLE BLACK ENGINEERS, WHO EXCEL ACADEMICALLY , SUCCEED PROFESSIONALLY AND POSITIVELY IMPACT THE COMMUNITY.
The date is approaching fast and we’re making preparations. Don’t miss out!
The big day may have come and gone, but keep in touch as we’re always up to something new and exciting.
Engineering Month and Black History Month just got a lot greener! The Target Forward Design Challenge is for 5th-8th grade students to STEM in a fun and engaging way. The student groups will be challenged to innovate and "think green" to develop a product or service that can be activated in stores to positively impact
Medtronic is our March 24th, 2024 workshop presenter. They are also one of our newest sponsor and is excited to offer a work focused on the biomedical industry. Grade level and registration information will be posted. Students will be selected on first come first served basis.
We are a dynamic community where young people can explore their passions, develop new skills, and make lifelong friends. Our diverse range of programs and activities are tailored to meet the needs and interests of youth from all backgrounds. Whether you are looking to take up a new hobby, volunteer your time, or simply hang out with friends, NSBE Jr Twin Cities Youth Organization and Center has something for you!
Leadership Communication for Future Engineers!
May-June our new officers are placed for the new school year! We will identify & collect nominations, and set the 2023-24 NSBE Junior Twin Cities Main & Remote HUB Officers. During the summer we will host team building activities and developing leadership communication skills with Toastmasters International Youth Leadership Training (TMI Host: NW Metro Toastmasters).
Monthly workshops will resume in September And run though April.
Building tomorrow’s engineering leaders today!
Our workshops are absolutely incredible opportunities for students interested in exposure and development of core corporate engineer workforce readiness skills while in school (K-12).
We'll share professional skills, concepts and methods our future Engineers and Technologists need to learn to enter and accelerate within their choosen degree & career field.
Our workshops are developed and presented by BIPOC Engineers, Technologists & Professional from across the Twin Cities.
Tomorrow’s workforce expects the best candidates to be prepared and leverage innovation, grit, communication and problem solving skills to advance their career and corporation. Fundamentally it inspires their inner entrepreneur as well.
Dr. Michael G. Wulf, Chapter Advisor
You must register below to participate in upcoming events and activities.
The NSBE Jr Twin Cities chapter was chartered September 2021 and launched in January 2022.
We provide Engineering, Technology & Professional Development monthly workshops during the school year. During the summer months newly elected officers participate in Leadership Development training and our members participate in a variety of summer camps.
Join today for access to upcoming events and programs!
We are seeking sponsors to continue to focus on it's mission across the Twin Cities.
Our chapter’s fiscal agent is the Wulf Family Foundation (EIN 82-4932322).
You can learn more about National NSBE Jr programs at https://www.nsbe.org/k-12/programs
NSBE Jr. Twin Cities main administrative office is housed within the headquarters of the Minnesota STEM Partnership located on the near northside of Minneapolis.
A new hub location has formed and students are excited to explore degrees and careers in engineering and technology.
NSBE Jr. is the fastest growing club activity inside Franklin Middle School! Stay tuned for more exciting news!
A new HUB location is being formed in the Savage, Burnsville, South Bloomington area of the Twin Cities.
Contact NSBEJR@mnstempartners.org for more information.
NSBE Jr Twin Cities is currently taking donations and seeking financial sponsors to continue our professional workshops and programs. All donations are tax-exempt and organized under the Wulf Family Foundation (Minnesota STEM Partnership) a 501c3 Public Charity. All donations are allocated to NSBE Jr Twin Cities restricted funds. You can contact us at NSBEJR@mnstempartners.org or by phone at 651-243-1024 for more information.