Tickets Available for Charity Gala

Ticket Information

Tickets for the Charity Gala “Unmasking the Face of Unity” can be purchased here. The gala will take place on March 16th, at 7:00 pm at the W Buckhead. Through this event, the Georgia Tech Chapter of NSBE wants to not only raise funds to send their students to help revitalize the country, but to also continue to raise awareness of the plight of the people of Haiti.
The dress for the event is cocktail attire. Below is a link to our PayPal site, ticket prices are as follows:
$15.00 for Georgia Tech Students
$20.00 for Non-Georgia Tech Students
$50.00 for Georgia Tech Alumni
$75.00 for General Admission
Please be advised that this is for individual tickets. So if you are planning to bring a “plus one” or more, send them to this link and have them purchase their ticket.



GTSBE E-Board Applications Available!!!


Please see the attached application packet for details on how to apply. All available positions and their detailed duties can be found in the packet.

You may also apply online through the following links:

Elected Positions (President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer, Programs Chair, Public Relations Chair, Pre-College Initiative (PCI) Chair, Membership Chair, Academic Excellence Chair, Publications Chair, Finance Chair):

Appointed Positions (LDR Chair, Parliamentarian, TORCH Chair, Historian, Telecommunications Chair):

Please be mindful that the online applications will not suffice alone. You are still obligated to submit the following supporting documents: 1.) Resume 2.) Official/Unofficial transcript

All applications documents should be submitted to Sharod Alford at

Applications are due February 27, 2011
Elections will be held on March 3, 2011

Good Luck!
Sharod Alford,
2010-2011 GTSBE Parliamentarian

GTSBE Leadership Week: Portraits of Power

Leadership week is a series of events geared towards providing the future leaders of the Georgia Tech Society of Black Engineers with opportunities of mentorship and fellowship with the current leaders within the society.

***GTSBE Eboard Applications Are Released on Monday, January 31, 2011***

***Sunday, January 30, 2011***
Church Service
Location: Big Bethel AME Church, 220 Auburn Ave NE
Time: Meet at 10:30; service is at 11am

***Monday, January 31, 2011***
Open Eboard Meeting
Location: IC 109
Time: 7:30pm

***GTSBE Eboard Applications Are Released***

***Tuesday, February 1, 2011***
Information / Application Table
Location: Student Center Table 1: Across from the post office
Time: 10am – 1pm

***Wednesday, February 2, 2011***
Networking Game Night
Time: 8pm

***Thursday, February 3, 2011***
Student Leadership Discussion Panel
Location: Student Center Theater
Time: 11am – 12am

GTSBE Study Party!!!
Location: Klaus 1456
Time: 8pm – 11pm

***Friday, February 4, 2011***
GTSBE T.O.R.C.H Takeover
Location: Harland Boys and Girls Club
Time: 4pm

GTSBE Slumber Party / BSO Takeover
Location: BSO
Time: 8pm – until

***Saturday, February 5, 2011***
Networking Community Service
Location: TBA
Time: TBA



University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign




applications due January 31, 2011 (for international applicants) or February 20, 2011 (for U.S. applicants)

The Information Trust Institute (ITI), a national leader in combining research and education with industrial outreach in trustworthy and secure information systems, invites undergraduates to apply for Undergraduate Research Internship awards for Summer 2011. Selected students will be supervised by ITI researchers at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign who are leading experts in a number of information trust, information assurance, and security research areas.


All interns will receive stipends and housing. The duration of the internships will be 8-10 weeks. The main program will run from May 31 to July 29; if those dates conflict with your academic calendar, other start and end dates may be considered.

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Civil Engineer Trainee Position at IDOT


The Illinois Department of Transportation (IDOT) is launching their Spring 2011 Civil Engineer Trainee (CET) Recruitment Season.

If you are interested in future employment with IDOT and meet the following qualifications, please contact Prudence Draper via email to express interest in scheduling an interview.

The qualifications to apply for CET positions at IDOT are as follows:

  • Posses or will obtain a bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering by May 2011
  • United States Citizen or a non-citizen with permanent work authorization
  • 2.5 Cumulative GPA
  • 2.75 GPA in Major Courses

A job description is attached for your information as well as an application and candidate information form for your completion.  Please submit by Monday, March 7, 2011 your completed, signed and dated application with the most recent copy of your transcriptsvia email ( or fax (217-557-7277) and send originals to:


Illinois Department of Transportation

2300 South Dirksen Parkway, Rm 339b

Springfield, Illinois  62764

Attention:  Prudence Draper


If you would like to learn more about this position and the Illinois Department of Transportation, please visit the website at

Application here:

Thank you for your interest in employment with the Illinois Department of Transportation, and we look forward to hearing from you soon!!



Prudence Draper

Project Manager

Illinois Department of Transportation


Internship: Accenture Application Development & Management Consulting Analyst Intern

Apply By Jan 30th: To be considered for an interview, please submit your resume through Career Buzz site by Jan 30th.

Accenture Application Development & Management Consulting Analyst Intern

Accenture is a world leader in application development and management, with more than 30 years of experience and a proven track record of transformational projects. Our professionals draw on deep technology skills, functional experience and industry knowledge to design and deliver IT systems that help our clients become high-performance businesses and governments. Accenture is recruiting undergraduate students for paid summer internships with Systems Integration Consulting.


As a consulting analyst intern, you will design and deliver innovative solutions for clients based on existing packages, such as SAP and Oracle, or custom-built systems that help clients accelerate business innovation. Working in the capacity of a full-time consulting analyst, you will:

  • Work on complex systems and application integration projects for clients across industries
  • Be involved from the concept stage of analyzing existing processes and designing, through to delivering and integrating the solutions
  • Develop a broad set of technology skills in areas like SAP, Oracle, Service Oriented Architecture, Mobility, Open Source or technology architecture
  • Collaborate with project teams made up of people with diverse and complementary skills

Your daily responsibilities will vary by project, but you may find yourself:

  • Analyzing and documenting current business processes and technologies
  • Designing and testing new business processes, capabilities, and technologies
  • Developing communications and training materials
  • Building portions of the application
  • Focusing on program management

Paid internships last 10 – 12 weeks and typically begin in late-May/early-June and end in mid-August/early-September.  Rising Senior Interns attend a three-day leadership conference in the Chicago area with all Accenture interns from across the US. Read more of this post

Accenture Scholarship Program for Minorities

Accenture is committed to providing financial support for a variety of academic programs at institutions of higher education.

As you may be aware, the Accenture Scholarship Program for Minorities is currently accepting applications from eligible students until January 31, 2011. This program awards one-time scholarships of $2,500 to students in full-time undergraduate programs during the 2011-2012 academic year and pursuing degrees in engineering, computer science and programs related to information systems and decision or management sciences.


We believe there are tremendous opportunities for bright, hardworking professionals who wish to apply their skills to businesses on a global scale, and it is this program’s objective to help meritorious minority students achieve such goals.


To learn more about the program and its eligibility criteria, refer to our scholarship online brochure and application by visiting