To join NSBE@GMU, join our GroupMe chatroom to keep up to date with the latest events and meeting. To truly be a member you need to pay dues and attend our general body meetings (GBM), which are announced both on our Instagram page and in our GroupMe chat. You can pay dues through Cash App with our treasurer. If you don't have a cash app, make sure to contact us!
Cash App: $GMUNSBE
Q: What are dues, how much are they?
Dues are a monetary fee you pay to become an official member of NSBE@GMU. Dues allow us to expose our membership to more events which may have larger transportation cost and higher entrance fees.
NSBE@GMU dues are $15.
Q: After I pay my dues, what's next?
Make the most out of being apart of GMU NSBE. Attend events, network, and stay up to date on job opportunities.
Where are NSBE meetings happening during the Fall 2021 semester?
Meetings are currently planned to take place online and in person. Check the general body chat and instagram for updates.
Q: Can I bring a friend who isn't an Engineer major?
GMU NSBE isn't just for engineers, it's for everybody! You'll meet a lot of new people and make a bunch of new friends in NSBE, but it will be twice as much fun if you bring your friends too.
How often does NSBE@GMU have general body meetings?
GBM occurs once every two weeks. Follow @gmunsbe for updates.
What type of events does NSBE@GMU have?
We have GBMs, host professional speakers, bring engineering companies, do resume workshops, interview and career fair prep, and more.
How do I get involved with NSBE at the national level?
First you should become a Collegiate member! To qualify you just need to be a STEM undergraduate or graduate student and pay the $15 dues annually. Becoming a collegiate member grants you a large amount of benefits which both help to improve your aptitude as an engineer and help you find full-time employment.