Membership in Tau Beta Pi marks you as an exceptional engineering student or practicing engineer with exemplary character. Membership also offers unique and valuable leadership opportunities and a chance to interact with peers from all engineering disciplines. Tau Beta Pi membership is for life and by becoming a member of this honor society, you join others with similar interests and high achievements. Check out our recruitment video below for a more detailed explanation of the characteristics of Tau Beta Pi explained by our Executive Director Curt Gomulinski.
As a member of Tau Beta Pi, you could be eligible for an undergraduate scholarship of graduate fellowship. Each year, the Association awards up to 30 Fellowships of $ 10,000 to students for one year of graduate study in any discipline of engineering. Approximately 250 Scholarships of $ 2,000 are awarded to members for their senior year of study in engineering. You might also be eligible for a Student loan of up to $2,500 or a Student Assistancs grant of up to $1000.
Members of Tau Beta Pi have many opportunities to develop their leadership skills. Tau Beta Pi's award-winning Engineering Futures Program features alumni members highly trained in present ing interactive seminars on such topics as interpersonal problem resolution, leading teams, creating an inclusive work environment, and making effective presentations. You can also gain valuable leadership experience as a Chapter Officer or committee chair.
TBP hosts a Grad School & Corporate Recruiting Fair and puts resumes in front of major companies and top schools. Post a resume and browse thousands of jobs on the Association's job board. US Government applicants receive automatic entry-level advancement to GS-7. Tau Beta Pi is the largest engineering honor society and includes all majors, with 251 collegiate chapters and 45+ alumni chapters across the country. Students are encouraged to attend one of the 16 District Conferences to interact with other engineering students and gain advice from alumni in different industries through panel presentations and discussions. More than 500 members gather annually to conduct the Association's business through committee work and practicing Robert's Rules of Order. Other activities include personal and professional development, chapter management instruction, & networking events.
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