On July 16, 2021 the IEEE R5 Houston Section will be honored with the Corporate Partner award at the 10 year celebration of the NSBE Process Improvement (PI) Special Interest Group (SIG).The R5 Houston Section will be recognized for our cooperation in the hosting of joint programs such as Black History Month STEM Innovators, Who Moved My Cheese? …My Workbook Journal, Six Sigma Yellow Belt Program, and the Unwritten Rules of Corporate America…Your Guide to Success. These programs teach and highlight perspectives for important development for current and up coming Young Professionals. If you would like to be present when this award is presented you can register through the link below.
The National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) is one of the largest student governed organizations in the world. We have birthed hundreds of businesses, trained thousands of corporate leaders, graduated tens of thousands of engineers, and engaged hundreds of thousands of K-12 students in STEM education over our 47-year history, both nationally and abroad. In short, NSBE members, chapters, and supporters are dedicated to increasing the number of culturally responsible Black Engineers who excel academically, succeed professionally and positively impact the community.
About IEEE Houston Section
IEEE HOU Sec. has been in existence for more than 93 years serving the greater metro Houston Area. We serve more than 3,000 higher grade members and over 250 student members living and working throughout the greater Metro Houston area. The Houston Section is one of 27 sections in Region 5 with 15 Society Chapters and Affinity Groups and 5 Student Branch Chapters. The Section provides planning and funding support to assure Chapters have vibrant programs to support members’ careers and meet the IEEE mission of Advancing Technology for Humanity.
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