BALTIMORE- US Black Engineer and Information Technology (USBE&IT) magazine’s Back to School Internship issue provides students with invaluable resources they’ll need to find the perfect STEM internship or career. In its Career Outlook section, this issue highlights the growing energy sector by providing an overview of various industries and listing top energy companies and employers.

USBE&IT initiates a timely conversation on the need for Black professionals in the field. Its yearly “Top Blacks in Energy” list profiles executive-level professionals who’ve broken barriers making a place for themselves in the energy sector.

The American Petroleum Institute reported that by the year 2020, 500,000 jobs will be created in the upstream oil and natural gas industries alone. In 2014, the Institute released a study finding that blacks represent about 8 percent of employees in the oil, gas and petrochemical sectors.

US Black Engineer’s Career Outlook section was created to give students full insight on the energy job market,” says Publisher and CEO of Career Communications Group Tyrone Taborn. “There is a dire need for black workers in the energy field, so our mission is to inspire students and introduce them to energy professionals who have paved the way for them to join the industry.”

In recent years, there have been frequent discoveries of new energy resources and technology, as well as a national push for the United States to become energy independent by 2030. Be sure to use Career Communications Group’s USBE&IT magazine and its complimentary resources to explore the many career opportunities in energy.

US Black Engineer and Information Technology’s Back to School Internship issue will be published fall 2015. Find the complete Top Blacks in Energy list below.

For more information on editorial, please contact Rayondon Kennedy at 410-244-7101 ext. 129 or rkennedy@ccgmag.com

 

Top Blacks in Energy:

Lakeesha Wilson
American Association of Black Energy
Director

Sandra Brummitt
Exelon
Director, Tax

Carla Walker-Miller
Walker-Miller Energy Services, LLC
President, CEO

Charles Pulliam
Sempra Energy
Energy Efficiency Program Inspector

Vicky Bailey
United States Energy Association
Chairman

Carolyn Green
Professional Environmental Engineers
President, CEO

Ronald Bradley
PECO Energy
Vice President

Darryl Stokes
Exelon, Constellation Energy
Vice President, Electric Transmission & Substations

Michael Santiago
greeNEWit
Director, Multifamily Energy Solutions

Christopher Smith
US Department of Energy
Assistant Secretary for Fossil Energy

Anthony Lucas
US Department of Energy
Fed Program Manager, Infrastructure Security, and Energy Restoration ESF12

Ted Dorsey
Avalon Energy Consultants
Consultant

About US Black Engineer and Information Technology magazine
US Black Engineer and Information Technology magazine provides technology news and information about STEM, multicultural entrepreneurs, engineers, education, Black Engineer of the Year Awards (BEYA), and historically black colleges and universities (HBCU) from multicultural communities in US, UK, Caribbean, and Africa.

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