When you support NACME you join a diverse network of corporations, educational institutions, and talented minority STEM students and professionals all working towards creating an engineering workforce that looks like America.
The National Action Council for Minorities in Engineering supports high-performing African American, American Indian, and Latino engineering and computer science students, from college-to-career. NACME is nurturing the next generation of diverse leaders and changing the trajectory of their lives.
NACME partners with more than 50 colleges and universities across the country, and NACME Partner Institutions graduate 30.5 percent of all underrepresented minority engineering BS degree recipients. NACME collaborates with dozens of global companies to provide scholarship dollars, hands-on opportunities, and corporate exposure for more than 1,300 NACME Scholars annually. Eighty three percent of NACME Scholars graduate, with an average GPA of 3.3, and they comprise a pool of talented engineers who can help improve diversity and drive bottom line results for companies as interns and/or full-time hires.
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