March, 11 2014

Reflect. Unite. Celebrate. featured on the UofT Engineering homepage!

Success! The first annual Reflect. unite. Celebrate. event was held February 28, ... Read More

December, 16 2012 — What a great turnout!

NSBE High School Conference

What an amazing high school conference we had!! Thank you so much to Rossini Martyr (PCI ... Read More

October, 14 2012 — Thanks to everyone who came out!

An Amazing Mentorship Opportunity!

Thursday, October 4th saw the start of a great new opportunity for NSBE undergrads ... Read More

Upcoming Events

Appreciation Dinner

The University of Toronto Chapter of the National Society of Black Engineers would like to invite you to join us for an evening of recognition and celebration of a successful 2013-2014 year. We hope that you will be able to join us!

Food will be served.
Dress code: Business Casual


Save the date May 1, 2014.

Recent Events

NSBE UofT Goes to the Movies

In this social event we will be going to the movie theatre as a group to as a little break before finals. Come out and bond with the people you have met over the past year to watch a hopefully great movie!


PEY Panel

Are you planning on going on PEY next year? Thinking of a summer internship? About to graduate and looking for a job but not sure what to expect? If so come out to our PEY Panel! 

We will have a panel of current and past PEY students who will share their experiences and are going to be answering any questions you may have. 




Some of the topics include:
- What it was like to transition from school to the workplace
- What are things to know when entering a workplace for the
 first time                                                                - What are some issues you may face in your transition and how to deal with those issues

This event is a great way to learn what the workplace is like through other's experiences. Find out how to get that PEY position and how to keep it!

Snacks will be provided.

Dress code: Business casual

Reflect. Unite. Celebrate.

To end Black History Month we held this event showcasing the talent of engineers of colour in our membership taking the theme of Black History to heart.

After the performances we enjoyed a great  moderated discussion with a major focus on minorities in the workplace. We had a diverse crowd with different backgrounds and viewpoints which kept the discussion lively and eye-opening. We had some of our alumni come out to enjoy the evening and participate in the discussion.

An article was written about our event on the University of Toronto Engineering site here.

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