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NATIONAL SOCIETY OF BLACK ENGINEERS
Region V Corporate Partnership Packet
2014-2015
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Letter from the Regional Finance Chair ...........................3
Region V Overview ..............................................................4
2014 RLC Information...........................................................5
RLC Partnership Opportunities .........................................6
2014 FRC Information ..........................................................7
FRC Career Fair .....................................................................8-9
FRC Partnership Opportunities .........................................10-13
Events
10-12
Conference Supplies
13
Membership Partnership Opportunities .........................14-15
PCI
14
Collegiate
15
Spring Zone Summit ............................................................16
In-Kind Donations ................................................................17
Career Center Marketing .....................................................18
Registration Instructions.......................................................19-22
Cancellation Policy ................................................................23
NSBE Career Center...............................................................24
About NSBE
The National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE), with over 30,000 members, is one of
the largest student-run organizations in the United States. NSBE comprises of more
than four hundred chapters that represent collegiate, alumni and pre-college
members in the United States, Africa, Asia, Canada, Europe and the Caribbean.
NSBE had its genesis in April 1975 in Region IV on the campus of Purdue University.
Its founders were 6 highly motivated young men (Anthony Harris, Brian Harris,
Stanley L. Kirtley, John W. Logan Jr., Edward A. Coleman and George A. Smith). In
1976, NSBE was incorporated under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code as
a nonprofit organization in the State of Texas.
NSBE Mission
To increase the number of culturally responsible black engineers who excel academically,
succeed professionally and positively impact the community
NATIONAL SOCIETY OF BLACK ENGINEERS | REGION V 2014 - 2015
LETTER FROM THE FINANCE CHAIR
Dear Prospective Corporate Partner,
My name is Chika Chima, Finance Chair for Region V of the National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE).
As the elected liaison between Region V and potential corporate partners, I am pleased to invite your
company to partner with us in efforts to fulfill our Mission “to increase the number of culturally
responsible, black engineers who excel academically, succeed professionally, and positively impact the
community". Encompassing 10 states, Region V is the largest region in NSBE and offers your company
exposure to thousands of engineering students and professionals. Corporate partnerships are paramount
to our ability to succeed in fulfilling our Mission each year, reinforcing the national directives of NSBE,
and achieving the goals of our region.
Region V is known as the “Vanguard Region” because we have always led the way in pioneering new
programming and innovative methods for furthering the Mission of NSBE. We take pride in our
chapters and their ability to led by example and impact their respective communities while enriching our
membership. As an organization, we look to support our chapters in hosting programs that advance our
overall mission;; such as A Walk for Education and the NSBE Retention Program. However, Region V’s
most significant impact upon its chapters is done through programming and workshops that we host at
our two signature events: Regional Leadership Conference and Fall Regional Conference.
The following packet highlights opportunities at our Regional Leadership Conference that are available
to your company to aid us in our efforts. We invite you to partner with us in making a positive impact
on minorities in STEM related fields, while giving your company access to our deep talent pool.
If you have any questions or concerns regarding event participation, sponsorship contributions, or
commitments, feel free to contact me. On the behalf of Region V, I would like to thank you for your time
and consideration. We look forward to working with you this year.
Sincerely,
Chika Chima
2014-2015 Region V Finance Chair | The National Society of Black Engineers
Email: [email protected] | Direct: (512) 767-4319
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Cajun Zone
Dillard University
Grambling State University
Louisiana State University
Louisiana Tech University
Southern University
Tulane University
University of Louisiana at Lafayette
University of New Orleans
Xavier University of Louisiana
REGION V OVERVIEW
Missouri Zone
Iowa State University
Missouri University of Science and
Technology
North Dakota State University
St. Louis Community College
University of Iowa
University of Missouri – Columbia
University of Missouri – Kansas City
Washington University – St. Louis
Oklahoma Zone
Kansas State University
Oklahoma State University
University of Arkansas – Fayetteville
University of Arkansas – Pine Bluff
University of Central Oklahoma
University of Kansas
University of Nebraska – Lincoln
University of Oklahoma
Wichita State University
Texas Zone
Baylor University
Houston-Tillotson University
Lamar University
Prairie View A&M University
Rice University
Southern Methodist
University
Texas A&M University –
College Station
Texas A&M University –
Kingsville
Texas Southern University
Texas Tech University
University of Houston
University of Texas at
Arlington
University of Texas at Austin
University of Texas – El Paso
University of Texas – Dallas
University of Texas – San
Antonio
International Zone
Angola
Belize
Botswana
Dominican Republic
Lesotho
Mexico
Mozambique
Namibia
South Africa
Zambia
Zimbabwe
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REGIONAL LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE
August 8-10, 2014
The University of Arkansas
Fayetteville, AR
Regional Leadership Conference (RLC) focuses on building and honing the leadership
skills of the Chapter Executive Board members within Region V. Often times there are
leaders within a chapter who step up to positions of leadership and find themselves
searching for the right direction in which to lead their members. This conference serves the
purpose of providing the guidance necessary to elevate individual chapters by teaching
their leaders how to lead. We will conduct workshops aimed at teaching chapter executive
board members how to perform their roles effectively and efficiently. We provide the
framework that chapter officers need to drive their chapter in line with the Mission of
NSBE and the National Directives.
At the conference we will cover a range of topics that include chapter development, time
management, organizational logistics, fundraising, and business etiquette. Support of this
conference is a solid investment in the development of strong leadership skills that are vital
to the success of students studying to work in STEM related industries.
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REGIONAL LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE
PARTNERSHIP OPPORTUNITIES
REGIONAL LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT SERIES: $3,000
This two part series will consist of a workshop about leadership and success. The second part of the series
will consist of a mixer hosted by the Corporate Sponsor to recruit and network with the leaders of Region V
Benefits:
Corporate Sponsor will receive recognition in the RLC program booklet as the official sponsor of the
event
Corporate Sponsor will be able to advertise with company banners at the event
Link to Corporate Sponsor’s website and a specially-designed web banner on the Regional website
REGIONAL LEADERSHIP HOSPITALITY MIXER: $750
This event is a networking event where conference attendees can enjoy an evening of appetizers and
network with various corporate participants to gather information about job and career opportunities.
Corporate Sponsor will have an opportunity to gain a greater knowledge of members’ character, goals and
expectations without being limited to information received from an interview. Corporate Sponsor will have
the opportunity to collect resumes from membership.
Benefits:
Corporate sponsor can provide up to four (4) representatives
Corporate Sponsor will be able to advertise with company pamphlets and souvenirs at the event
Link to Corporate Sponsor’s website on the Regional website
* Cost of Food and A/V Charges Are NOT included in Sponsorship Cost.
REGIONAL LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE T-SHIRTS: $1,000
RLC t-shirts will commemorate this year’s event and recognize sponsors of this year’s conference. Funds
will cover cost of shirts.
Benefits:
Corporate Sponsor will receive recognition as the official sponsor of the event
Corporate Sponsor’s logo will be featured alone on the t-shirt
REGIONAL LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE CLOSING SESSION/DINNER: $3,000
This event will conclude the conference. This is an opportunity for Corporate Sponsor to provide the
keynote speaker to address this year’s theme for RLC and how it relates to their company. The dinner will
follow the Closing Session and will serve as a networking event where conference attendees can congregate
for dinner and network with other chapter counterparts from around the region.
Benefits:
Reserved seating for four (4) corporate representatives
Corporate Sponsor will receive recognition as the official sponsor for this event
Corporate Sponsor will be able to advertise with company banners at the event
RESUME ACCESS: $1,500
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Benefits:
Thirty (30) days access to the NSBE resume database. This opportunity will allow you to schedule
NATIONAL SOCIETY OF BLACK ENGINEERS | REGION V 2014 - 2015
FALL REGIONAL CONFERENCE
November 14-16, 2014
Crowne Plaza Baton Rouge
Baton Rouge, LA
The Fall Regional Conference (FRC) is the premier event that Region V hosts for its
membership. This year’s theme is: "Innovation & Excellence: Re-imagining the
future". In addition to networking, this conference provides its attendees with
workshops, competitions, TORCH (Technical Outreach Community Help) events,
and much more. The events at this conference are geared toward empowering our
membership to excel academically, succeed professionally, and positively impact
their respective communities. We invite you to partner with us in making our FRC a
success by participating in the annual Engineering and Technical Career Fair. On
November 15th, the Career Fair will provide each company with exposure to Region
V’s best and brightest prospects with available interview booths, to aid in the
process.
FRC doesn’t just cater to college students. FRC consists of several other “miniconferences” that include: the Pre-College Initiative Mini-Conference, Graduate
School Mini-Conference, and various NSBE Professional events; culminating in a
diverse conference experience that serves all demographics within our membership.
We will also continue to host our International Fair in order to expose Region V
membership to other nations and cultures while bringing awareness to NSBE’s
International presence.
Junior high school and high school students (Pre-College/NSBE Jr.) will have an
excellent opportunity to learn about engineering professions and majors from current
collegiate members and industry representatives via roundtable discussions,
competitions, and one-on-one interactions. Collegiate members will be exposed to
opportunities to improve their test taking and time management skills while getting
valuable lessons in professionalism and financial management. All together this
conference offers a unique and valuable experience to both our membership and to
our corporate partners.
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FRC CAREER FAIR
2014 FALL REGIONAL PARTNERSHIP LEVELS
PLATINUM PARTNER: $6,500
Benefits:
Two (2) exhibitor tables at the FRC Career Fair
Two (2) on-site interview booths
Four (4) Corporate Conference Registrations
One (1) page B/W advertisement in the Fall Conference Program Packet
Company logo in Guidebook mobile app. during the Fall Regional Conference
Company logo along with official website will be added to the Regional’s website
Preferred placement on career floor
GOLD PARTNER: $5,000
Benefits:
One (1) exhibitor table at the FRC Career Fair
Four (4) Corporate Conference Registrations
One (1) half-page B/W advertisement in the Fall Conference Program Packet
Company logo along with official website will be added to the Regional’s website
Preferred placement on career floor
SILVER PARTNER: $4,000
Benefits:
One (1) exhibitor table at the FRC Career Fair
Three (3) Corporate Conference Registrations
One (1) quarter-page B/W advertisement in the Fall Conference Program Packet
Company logo in the Fall Conference Program Packet
Company logo along with official website will be added to the Regional’s website
BRONZE PARTNER: $3,000
Benefits:
One (1) exhibitor table at the FRC Career Fair
Two (2) Corporate Conference Registrations
Company logo in the Fall Conference Program Packet
Company logo along with official website will be added to the Regional’s website
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FRC CAREER FAIR
PATRON (NON-PROFIT) PARTNER: $720
Benefits:
One (1) exhibitor table at the FRC Career Fair
Two (2) Corporate Conference Registrations
Organization logo in the Fall Conference Program Packet
Corporate name and official website will be added to the Regional’s website
UNIVERSITY PARTNER: $360
Benefits:
One (1) exhibitor table at the FRC Career Fair
Two (2) Corporate Conference Registrations
University logo in the Fall Conference Program Packet
Corporate name and official website will be added to the Regional’s website
INTERVIEW BOOTH: $300
One (1) Interview Booth from 12:00 PM until 5:00 PM on the same day as the Fall Regional Conference
Career Fair. *Times Subject to Change*
ADDITIONAL REGISTRATION (BCA): $100
One (1) Conference Registration that includes access to the Career & College Fair, competitions, workshops,
and Closing Banquet.
ADDITIONAL REGISTRATION (NON-BCA): $150
One (1) Conference Registration that includes access to the Career & College Fair, competitions, workshops,
and Closing Banquet.
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FRC PARTNERSHIP OPPORTUNITIES
EVENTS
THE VANGUARD AWARDS: $5,500
The Vanguard Awards Banquet is the highlight event of the conference where we honor the outstanding
members, leaders, and humanitarians of the Region V community. The sponsors of this event will be
publicly acknowledged, and given ample visibility in front of the best our community has to offer; and thus
leaving a lasting impression on the attendees.
Benefits:
Corporate Sponsor will be given an agenda slot (10-15 minutes) at the beginning of the awards
Corporate Sponsor will receive recognition as the official sponsor of the event
Corporate Sponsor will have reserved VIP seating at the banquet for three (3) additional
representatives
Corporate Sponsor will be able to advertise with company banners at the event
Link to Corporate Sponsor’s website and web banner on the Regional website
GRADUATING SENIOR RECEPTION: $4,000
This event is a Regional Professionals Executive Board (PEB) program held during the Fall Regional
Conference that honors the successful matriculation of over 150 seniors through their respective science,
math, engineering, and technology degree programs. Each will be inducted into the nationally recognized
Order of the Engineer. The reception will include food and addresses from the sponsoring company and
members of the PEB.
Benefits:
Corporate Sponsor will be able to provide one (1) speaker
Free attendance for five (5) sponsor representatives, not including the speaker
Corporate Sponsor will have the opportunity to collect resumes from the graduating seniors
Recognition of the company as the official sponsor of the event in the PDC program
Corporate Sponsor will be able to advertise with company banners at the event
* Cost of Food and A/V Charges Are NOT included in Sponsorship Cost.
ENGINEERING OLYMPICS: $1,500
This collegiate competition will consist of teams of five that will compete in five different events plus a
bonus round. Categories covered in the competition will come from topics related to Mechanical, Electrical,
Civil, Industrial, and Chemical Engineering along with a bonus round race. The competition may include
events such as slingshots, circuitry, and brain-teasers to test the mental alacrity of the engineering students.
Funds will cover the cost of materials needed for the events and awards.
Benefits:
Corporate Sponsor can provide judges for the events, network with participants, and observe the
engineering skills of the membership
Corporate Sponsor will receive recognition as the official sponsor of the event
Corporate Sponsor will be able to advertise with company banners at the event
Link to Corporate Sponsor’s website on the Regional website
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FRC PARTNERSHIP OPPORTUNITIES
EVENTS
PCI MINI-CONFERENCE LUNCH: $2,500
This event allows informal interaction with future engineering students, while answering their questions
about industry and the pursuit of careers in STEM related fields.
Benefits:
Corporate Sponsor will receive recognition for sponsoring this event
Reserved seating for four (4) corporate representatives
Corporate representatives will be able to share with NSBE Jr. members possible career opportunities
at their company
Link to Corporate Sponsor's website and a specially-designed web banner on Regional website
NSBE KID ZONE: $1,500
NSBE Kid Zone provides opportunities for children to be exposed to engineering despite being too young
for NSBE Jr. conference activities. Children, in grades K-5, will apply basic engineering principles rooted in
science, technology, and mathematics to design projects and to apply technical problem solving skills in
games and competitions. These activities will aid in generating the children’s interests in STEM related
fields and activities, thus helping to develop future generations of engineers. Funds will cover the cost of
materials.
Benefits:
Positive exposure and increased branding among young participants
Link to Corporate Sponsor's website on Regional website
FRC COMMUNITY OUTREACH: $750
This event will link membership with the community surrounding the regional conference location.
Members will have the opportunity to interact with local elementary, middle, and high school students, as
they share their engineering experiences and work on engineering projects together.
Benefits:
Corporate Sponsor will receive recognition for sponsoring this event
Corporate Sponsor will be recognized for its support in the Pre-College Program
FE/PE WORKSHOP: $500
This workshop will prepare our members for both examinations with test taking tips and study methods to
help them succeed.
Benefits:
Corporate Sponsor will receive recognition for sponsoring this event
Corporate Sponsor will receive recognition on academic excellence support
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FRC PARTNERSHIP OPPORTUNITIES
EVENTS
SIX SIGMA/LEAN WORKSHOP: $500
This workshop will give our collegiate students insight on the topics of Six Sigma and Lean. Information
will be given to collegiate students about Six Sigma Certification and its importance in different industries.
Benefits:
Corporate Sponsor will be able to provide a workshop speaker
Corporate Sponsor will receive recognition for sponsoring this event
Corporate Sponsor will receive recognition on professional development support
Corporate Sponsor will be able to provide souvenirs to workshop attendees
PCI ACT/SAT WORKSHOP: $500
This workshop will give our younger members fundamental study techniques and test taking tips to earn
high scores on these examinations. There will be information provided on where students can get sample
tests and other materials to help them prepare.
Benefits:
Corporate Sponsor will receive recognition for sponsoring this event
Corporate Sponsor will receive recognition on academic excellence support
Corporate Sponsor will be able to provide souvenirs to workshop attendees
INTERNATIONAL FAIR: $500
NSBE has chapters all around the world. This event is designed to expose Region V members to the
cultures of different nations and to increase their awareness of NSBE's International presence. The fair will
contain multimedia displays, decorations, music, and food and drinks representative of the cultures of the
different nations attending the conference. Displays are created by collegiate and PCI chapters and in doing
so require chapters to research and present information that educates participants about that particular
culture. An award will be given for the best display.
Benefits:
Corporate Sponsor will receive recognition for sponsoring this event
Corporate Sponsor will be recognized for its support in the International Awareness and maintain a
presence with international chapters
APEX NETWORKING RECEPTION: $1,500
Come mix and mingle with our highest academic achievers at the APEx networking reception. This event
exclusively features students with a 3.0+ GPA in one room. With a more relaxed atmosphere than the
Career Fair, this pre-screening event allows students to showcase who they are outside of what is listed on
their resume.BCA Companies are free to attend this event.
Benefits:
Corporate Partner will be afforded an opportunity to display a company banner during this event.
Cost of Food and A/V Charges Are NOT included in Sponsorship Cost.
TECHNICAL RESEARCH EXHIBITION: $1,500
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The Technical Research Exhibition is a competition designed to showcase NSBE members’ skills in technical
writing, theoretical research and oral presentation skills. This competition provides an opportunity for
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FRC PARTNERSHIP OPPORTUNITIES
CONFERENCE SUPPLIES
FRC CONFERENCE BAGS & LANYARDS: $2,750
Conference attendees will receive laptop/book bags as memorabilia for attending the conference with the
NSBE logo, conference dates/location and sponsors names and logos. This sponsorship will provide the
company great branding opportunities.
Benefits:
Corporate Sponsor will have the company logo featured on the conference bags for all attendees
Corporate Sponsor will have the company name and logo featured on the lanyards
FRC PROGRAM BOOKLETS: $2,000
The Fall Regional Conference Program Booklets will provide all attendees with all programming including:
conference itinerary, list of sponsors, workshops, special guests, and society information.
Benefits:
Corporate Sponsor will be recognized as the official sponsor for the programs booklet
Corporate Sponsor will receive two (2) full-page of advertisement and recognition
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MEMBERSHIP PROGRAM PARTNERSHIPS
PRE-COLLEGIATE INITIATIVE PROGRAMS
NSBE JR LEADERSHIP BOARD: $5,000
This leadership board provides a platform to increase the leadership opportunities for NSBE Jr. Members.
This board will be operated by NSBE Jr. students under the advisement of collegiate and alumni NSBE
members. The leadership board is responsible for the Regional Try-Math-A-Lon (TMAL) competition
where students across the region solve engineering design and standardized test-taking challenges meant to
challenge their critical thinking skills. This provides young students with early exposure to a strong
leadership experience. Funds will cover costs for members to register and travel to conference.
Benefits:
Corporate Sponsor will receive recognition for its sponsorship
Allows Corporate Sponsor to maintain a presence with NSBE Jr. chapters
Provides Corporate Sponsor with branding opportunity and positive exposure
Link to Corporate Sponsor's website on Regional website
ENGINEERING THE FUTURE: $2,000
This 6 - 12 week long mentor-based program is designed to help develop and support our next generation
of STEM related majors. Each week collegiate NSBE members present about a different engineering
discipline to students that are designed to raise interest in STEM related fields. At the end of the
presentation, there will be either a demonstration or an interactive activity that each mentee can take home,
such as Hydrogen fuel cell, etc. In the spring, chapters can host bigger projects that will last about 2 - 3
weeks. Funds will cover cost of materials purchase materials and aid chapters in implementing this
program.
Benefits:
Corporate Sponsor will receive recognition for sponsoring this event for that school/city/region
Corporate Sponsor will be able to mentor the chapter and/or high school students interested in
joining their company
Corporate Sponsor will receive recognition as the official supporter on the Region V website
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MEMBERSHIP PROGRAM PARTNERSHIPS
COLLEGIATE PROGRAMS
HIGH V TO 4.0!: $1,500
This is a tutoring initiative in which the company has the opportunity to sponsor collegiate students with
personal or chapter tutors for the year. This will increase our academic journey to get every collegiate
member above a 3.0 GPA. The sponsorship price will pay for 60 students each to receive their own personal
tutor for 10 sessions.
Benefits:
Corporate Sponsor will share in the increased exposure as NSBE partner as we look to increase our
global brand
Positive exposure through the financial support of students pursuing academic success
Corporate Sponsor will receive recognition as the official supporter on the Region V website
SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES: $3,000
NSBE provides various scholarships to our members through our NSBE and Corporate Scholarship
Programs. Monetary awards are given to individuals who have demonstrated academic excellence in their
graduate, undergraduate, and pre-collegiate coursework. Programs include Achievers’ Plus, Academic
Technical Bowl, and Undergraduate Students in Technical Research (USTR).
Benefits:
Positive exposure through the financial support of students pursuing academic success
Recognition on the Region V website and on the associated scholarship page
A WALK FOR EDUCATION: $500
The goal of this program is to increase awareness of the opportunities available through education,
particularly in STEM fields, and to shatter myths and preconceived notions that are perpetuated among
minority youths in underprivileged areas.
Benefits:
Positive marketing in areas where the company brand may be underexposed
Corporate Sponsor will receive recognition as an AWFE supporter on the Region V website
Corporate Sponsor will receive acknowledgement in all AWFE Regional Communications for the
year
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SPRING ZONE SUMMIT
The Spring Zone Summit consists of meetings in each of our four (4) zones within our region: Texas (Big
TEX) Zone, Louisiana (CAJUN) Zone, Missouri (MO) Zone, and Oklahoma (OK) Zone. These day-long
meetings consist of workshops, seminars, and activities to help the chapters in the area network with each
other and learn new skills and tips in developing their professionalism, leadership, and study habits.
SPRING ZONESUMMITS: $500
A Corporate Sponsor would be able to have lunch with the Collegiate and Pre-Collegiate members at the
sponsored Zone Meeting. The corporate representative will help lead a workshop on professional,
leadership or academic development. Corporate Sponsor will provide lunch for this event and company
banners to showcase sponsorship.
Maximum Number of Sponsors: 4
Benefits:
Corporate Sponsor will receive recognition at the Spring Zone Meeting
Four (4) Corporate Meeting Registrations
Corporate Sponsor will also have the opportunity to collect resumes
Corporate Sponsor’s website link and web banner on Regional website
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IN-KIND DONATIONS
In addition to monetary sponsorship, your company may also have various items that they would like to
donate in support of our pre-college, collegiate, and/or alumni programs and events. Offering in-kind
donations entitle companies to publication at the event for which they donate as well as in the Region V
newsletter. If donating to FRC or other conference related events, your company will appear in that
respective Conference Program Booklet.
Regional Leadership Conference
Bags (possibly nylon backpacks)
Pens/Pencils/Notebooks - for bag stuffing
Agendas (through ads, or sponsorship)
Opening session snacks - Friday night
Entertainment - Friday night
Breakfast - Saturday Morning
Evening Snacks (between lunch and dinner)
Fall Regional Conference
Company Pens, Notepads, and small giveaways
FRC Planning Committee Shirts
FRC Planning Committee Jackets
Fifteen (15) Laptops (Workshops and Cyber Café)
Ten (10) LCD Projectors (Workshops)
Four (4) Laser Printers (Cyber Café and Conference Headquarters)
Spring Zone Summit
Bags (possibly nylon backpacks)
Pens/Pencils/Notebooks - for bag stuffing
Agendas (through ads, or sponsorship)
Benefits: Supporting Regional Conferences through in-kind donations allows a great opportunity for brand
exposure throughout that conference. The company name and/or logo can be displayed on donated items
and the Corporate Sponsor will receive recognition for their contribution.
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CAREER CENTER JOB POSTINGS
MARKETING LEVELS
Job postings through our NSBE Career Center is an opportunity for your organization to reach over 11,000
African Americans in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics Fields. However, a marketing
package can help take that opportunity to the next level and increase your Regional brand. A marketing
package can help your job posting stand out among the hundreds of postings in the database to our
members. A package can also help your organization to drive a specific group, whether a particular Region
V Chapter or Region V geographical zone, to your job posting. Marketing packages are only available for
job postings through the NSBE Career Center. No exceptions will be made.
GOLD PACKAGE: $650
Web Banner featuring company logo on the front page of Regional website
Link to job posting on the front page of Regional website
Monthly email blast to Regional membership
Zone Leaders will announce job posting during monthly conference calls
Weekly Twitter post featuring job posting
SILVER PACKAGE: $450
Link to job posting on Regional website
Monthly email blast to Regional membership
Bi-weekly Twitter post featuring job posting
Zone Leaders will announce job postings during monthly conference calls
BRONZE PACKAGE: $450
Monthly email blast to Regional membership
Link to job posting on Regional website
Zone Leaders will announce job posting during monthly conference calls
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PARTNERSHIP REGISTRATION
ON-LINE PROCESS
CORPORATE/EXHIBITOR REGISTRATION INSTRUCTIONS
PLEASE NOTE:The Primary Contact (the representative responsible for submitting
formal organizational commitment to NSBE) is responsible for registering its companies’ representatives. NSBE is NOT responsible for registering conference attendees.The
primary corporate representative is also keeper of username and password information.
If you do not know who this representative is within your organization, please contact us
at [email protected]
INSTRUCTIONS FOR EXHIBITORS USING ONLINE ACCOUNT:
1. Go to www.nsbe.org and login under the “Account Log-in” section.
2. Once logged in your organization name will appear and a menu will appear
with the following options
a. My Organization Account
b. Register for an Event
c. Career Center
d. Logout
3. Under “Actions” select “Register for an event!”
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PARTNERSHIP REGISTRATION
ON-LINE PROCESS
4. This will open up a list of Current Meetings. Select “Register for this Meeting” for the event of your choice.
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PARTNERSHIP REGISTRATION
ON-LINE PROCESS
a. If you have not provided primary contact information, the system will take
you to a page requesting that information. If you have already done this,
click Continue.
5. Under “New Registrant Information” select only the individuals you would like to register (Hold Ctrl to select multiple individuals) and click “Add individuals”.
a. To enter individuals not listed in the table, select “-new individual-” in the table, and then click “Add individuals”. b. Once you have added your individuals, the next page will ask you to
update their registration types. The fees for each registration type will
populate accordingly:
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PARTNERSHIP REGISTRATION
ON-LINE PROCESS
c. If you would like to add more registrants you can highlight the new
individual under the New Registrant Information section and click add
individuals.
d. You will then see an additional registrant section appear. Enter the
information for your registrant, and click “Update Current Registrations”. Repeat this step until you have registered your entire team.
6. Select your registration type from the drop-down box.
a. If you have allotments available in your package, you will see the
following message appear next to the “Registration Fee”: A 100%
discount will be applied to this registration due to your sponsorship:
b. Click Update and Continue. Though you may have these registrations
included in your package, you will see a dollar amount in the Registration
Fee box. THIS DOES NOT MEAN THE SYSTEM WILL CHARGE
YOU. The following page will detail whether or not you will have a
balance due.
7. Enter your payment information (if you do not have allotments available).
8. If there are child events (events within an event) in which you would like to
register, please select them at this time. If not just click “Continue Registration”.
9. You will now arrive at the “Payment Information” page. Review for accuracy. UNDER PAYMENT OPTIONS YOU WILL FIND THE TOTAL PAYMENT
DUE. Totals you see elsewhere on the page are the standard cost of the
registrations, not necessarily what is due. So again, under “Payment Options” you will find the Total Due.
10. Select “Submit Registration” when done
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PARTNERSHIP REGISTRATION
TROUBLESHOOTING / CANCELLATION
TROUBLESHOOTING/ADDITIONAL HELP
If you have an account but are not a corporate representative you will not be able
to register your attendees. If you are not linked to the company you desire or if
you do not have the ability to register attendees, contact the primary corporate
representative within your organization to gain access privileges. If that
individual is inaccessible you may contact a NSBE corporate relations
representative at [email protected]
CANCELLATION/REFUND POLICY
The deadline for submission of this fully completed form is 30 days prior to the
event date. Payment in full for any sponsored item contained in the 2013
Corporate Partnership Packet must be received no later than 30 days prior to the
Regional Conference event date. Otherwise, access to the NSBE Regional
conference events will not be permitted.
Within 30 days of the event date, there are absolutely NO REFUNDS. A full
invoice will be issued for all sponsored items prior to 30 days of the event date,
except for registrations (credit card payment only). After 30 days, only credit card
payments are accepted as the form of payment for the event.
A 10% late fee will be assessed to any unpaid invoices falling within 30 days of
the event date.
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NSBE CAREER CENTER
The NSBE Career Center is available online for your 24/7 recruiting needs.
Accessing the NSBE Career Center
The Career Center can be accessed from
- the nsbe.org homepage
- careers.nsbe.org
- or through your organizational profile (shown below).
Username and Password
Your Career Center username and password are the same as your
nsbe.org username and password. If you have issues accessing your
account the support team at [email protected] is available to assist
you.
Pricing
Pricing for job postings and other products can be found
here: http://careers.nsbe.org/employer/pricing.
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Region V Corporate Partnership Packet 2014 - 2015
Special thanks to last year’s partners!
* denotes Board of Corporate Affiliates member
Beechcraft Corporation
*BP
Burns & McDonnell
Cargill, Inc.
Cessna Aircraft Company
*Chevron Corporation
ConocoPhillips Co.
Eastman Chemical
Company
*Eaton Corporation
*ExxonMobil
FMC Technologies, Inc.
*General Electric
INROADS, Inc.
*Johnson Controls, Inc.
Kansas State University
Koch Industries, Inc.
*MeadWestvaco
Corporation
Naval Research Laboratory
HBCU/MI Summer
Internship Program for
Undergraduates
Omaha Public Power
District
*Texas Instruments Inc.
Thoughtworks
United Technologies
Corporation
University of Kansas School of Engineering
University of Missouri Columbia
University of North
Texas-College of
Engineering
*US Marine Corps
*US Navy
Verizon
Wichita State University
College of Engineering
Wichita State UniversityOffice of Admissions
Wichita State UniversityOffice of Multicultural
Affairs
Region IV Contact Information
[email protected] • www.region5.nsbe.org
WORLD HEADQUARTERS
205 Daingerfield Road, Alexandria, Virginia • Phone: 703.549.2207 • Fax: 703.683.5312