What’s The Best Place For Those Looking To Begin A Career In STEM?
BEYA is where STEM thought leaders meet to network and find solutions to workplace challenges. Hosted by the Council of Engineering Deans of the Historically Black Colleges and Universities, Lockheed Martin Corporation, and US Black Engineer & Information Technology magazine, the conference is co-sponsored by Aerotek and Boston Scientific Corporation.
Aerotek is a leading recruitment and staffing agency worldwide and they are a participant and sponsor of this year’s 34th annual BEYA STEM Conference. If you’re looking to begin a career in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM), stop by Aerotek booth to learn more about how they can partner with you on your career journey.
#BEYA Conference highlights include:
Seminars and Workshops for
Professionals seeking career advancementManagers and executives reaffirming leadership principlesVeterans transitioning from the servicesCollege students preparing for the workplaceRecruiters learning how to connect with potential employers
2 full days of career and jobs exhibitsOn the spot employment and internship offersNetworking with recruitersJob Ready Certification for College StudentsFREE Career Fair for job seekers
Recognition of Excellence
Over 400 of the brightest and most accomplished men and women in STEM to network with and learn fromHonoring the nation’s top African-Americans in the military
Building the STEM Pipeline
Hands-on workshops and activities for middle and high school studentsSTEM outreach and mentoring sessions for pre-college students
BEYA Stars & Stripes Event
Pre-Dinner high school mentoringYear-round mentoring opportunitiesHonors & awards to military leaders
Each year, the BEYA STEM Conference brings professionals and students together for three days to share their experiences and career information. You can network with attendees from around the country while participating in seminars and workshops that explore every facet of STEM career paths.
The goal of the BEYA Conference is to create connections between students, educators and STEM professionals while facilitating partnerships with inpiduals and their local STEM resources. Click here to register.
Curated from blackengineer.com