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NYUAABE serves as a resource for policy discussion of the economic, social and political impact of environmental and energy policies. We serve to ensure the involvement of of our community in governmental energy policymaking by recommending capable sensitive and informed personnel to appropriate officials.
You may apply for membership by filling out the application form provided below. The calculated amount of your payment will include your national membership fee and that of the local chapter you selected. Your membership information will be forwarded to the local chapter along with the membership fee. Please allow two to three weeks for processing.
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Membership in the American Association of Blacks in Energy is open to employees, and owners of energy-related businesses and members of ancillary professions and organizations serving the energy industry. This includes: Consultants, Educators, Trade Associations, Local Government and Regulatory Agencies and Students.
Levels of Membership
There are three types of memberships available:
New Member - one who has never been a member of AABE
Renewing Member - one who has been a member of AABE in the last two years
Sustaining Member - one who wishes to make an additional contribution to AABE
My name is Sederick Dawkins and I am the president of the New York Metro Student Chapter of the American Association of Blacks in Energy (AABE) at the NYU Tandon School of Engineering. AABE’s mission is to develop future leaders in energy that represent African Americans and other underrepresented minority groups in our communities from our university’s pool of budding engineers and entrepreneurs.I genuinely believe that energy is a promise of a special kind. It is the one thing that is uniquely positioned to affect every aspect of our lives with no regard to our backgrounds or socioeconomic statuses.
As such, our chapter fully advocates for the greater AABE vision of ensuring the input of all minorities into the discussions and developments of energy policies regulations, R&D technologies, and environmental issues. With these ideas in mind, our chapter decided to host an Energy Challenge Competition, whose aim is to inspire students to look critically at their environments to identify, analyze and implement initiatives to further sustain the world’s energy industry.
Aside from giving students the opportunity to network with companies and professionals, this Challenge will allow them to:
Thank you for your time and continual support!