The National Society of Black Engineers is a district wide initiative in all five high schools and middle schools. It promotes young individuals to pursue the STEM fields at an early age. Careers in this field have evolved dependent upon use of technology and computers and working collaboratively using problem solving models. The funds from this grant will provide the technology necessary for students to learn, utilize, program, and develop the necessary competencies to compete in STEM related fields. The purchase of laptops will allow students to use applications related to their respective STEM field interests, conduct research, write reports, generate power point presentations, and programming of robots/run diagnostics for competitions on a regional and national level.