***Coming This November: US Black Engineer magazine's 2008 Diversity edition will spotlight the careers of some of the most prominent blacks in Information Technology in Q&A profiles.

Wednesday, January 24, 2007

Biloxi Students Help Launch Black Family Technology Awareness Week

On February 1st, a young black pilot and a trailblazing IBM engineer will join students and parents from Gorenflo and Nichols Elementary Schools, located in Biloxi, MS, to launch this year’s Black Family Technology Awareness Week, February 11-17, 2007, and a $2 million grant that will provide an interactive software reading tool, known as Reading Companion, to 200 schools and organizations around the world.

To know more about the Black Entrepreneurs, visit http://www.blackengineer.com/.

Monday, January 08, 2007

USBE Homeland Security, Government, and Defense Edition 2007

Online edition of US Black Engineer & IT magazine's Homeland Security, Government, and Defense Edition 2007

Tuesday, January 02, 2007

Most Important Blacks in Technology for 2007

Recognizing and honoring minority men and women who are making a difference in technology is the reason the Career Communications Group (CCG) was founded 20 years ago, and it remains our primary goal today. Through this recognition, we hope to instill in others the drive to succeed through education and dedication to their own goals and dreams. CCG salutes these amazing men and women as representatives of the many African Americans quietly going about the business of reinventing, guiding, and building America.

To know more about the Black Entrepreneurs, visit http://www.blackengineer.com/.