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

 Hispanic News

First Steps

Pablo Vegas
If businesses are built one customer at a time, then so are careers—one job (or internship) at a time. That approach helped Pablo A. Vegas become one of the many success stories for internships and cooperative education. Over 5 undergraduate years in the University of Michigan (UM) College of Engineering, he did internships at an automaker, a high-tech company, an aviation firm, and a fire equipment maker.
Jul 30, 2014, 13:35

 Women of Color Seminars

Do Women Help Each Other?

Do women help each other on the path to success? Unconscious Bias, Attitudes, and Behaviors among Professional Women What role do women play in ensuring that barriers are broken? In the workplace, there are subtle behaviors, attitudes, and expressed perceptions that create a culture of bias. These biases create circumstances and challenges that may help or hurt one's capacity to excel with ease and gain essential support.
Jul 28, 2014, 13:21

 STEM Programs

If You Teach Them, They Will Get Jobs

Lance Lucas
Lucas is founder and CEO of Baltimore’s Digit All Systems (DAS). While accurate, it is coldly-clinical to simply describe Digit All System as “a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization committed to bridging the digital divide and bringing the benefits of expanding technology to everyone.”
Jul 25, 2014, 21:55


CCG Celebrates the Life of Dora Sanabria Olivencia

Career Communications Group celebrates the life of Dora Sanabria Olivencia, mother of CCG’s Conference Coordinator Ana Bertrand.

Jul 22, 2014, 18:25

 On Campus

$60,000 Dominion Foundation Grant Restores Funding for Historic Southern Maryland Blue Crab Study

Morgan State University has received a $60,000 grant from the charitable arm of Dominion Resources, the parent company of Dominion Cove Point LNG, to further the study of blue crab population in the Chesapeake Bay near Calvert Cliffs.

Jul 21, 2014, 11:52


Morgan State University Vice-President was selected to the 2014 class of Fellows

Scientist of the Year and Morgan State University Vice-President for Research and Economic Development, Dr. Victor R. McCrary, Jr., was selected to the 2014 class of Fellows of the American Chemical Society (ACS).
Jul 19, 2014, 23:51

 Women of Color Seminars

Getting Results without Authority

Getting Results Without Authority: How Employees Influence Change and Create Power On the path to success, results and impact happen before the promotion. How can you achieve goals before you have positional or decision making power? Professionals are expected to get results yet often feel frustrated with limited power and authority. The key is to fully leverage multiple sources of power effectively despite positional authority.
Jul 17, 2014, 15:35

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Promoting STEM

The development of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) careers is integral to America's advancement. Career Communications Group publications--US Black Engineer & Information Technology magazine, Hispanic Engineer & Information Technology magazine and Women of Color magazine--offer a blueprint for continued growth and success in STEM fields by highlighting progress and people at all stages of the STEM pipeline; from the college student taking his first engineering courses to the senior executive managing the projects that will change the ways we live.

About CCG

A Unique Company Providing Unique Opportunities Career Communications Group, Inc. was founded 25 years ago with a unique mission: To promote significant achievement in science, technology, engineering and mathematics professional careers. We are a socially conscious diversity media company that recognize the mandate to inspire and promote excellence in our youth by telling the stories of the thousands of unheralded people striving for success. The people we reach provide top employers a unique opportunity to fulfill their mission of hiring this country’s most promising talent. We offer inspiring magazines, award-winning syndicated television programs and national conferences to reach hundreds of thousands of students and professionals who share these traits: A determination to succeed and the commitment to be personally responsible for that success. Their attitude of self-empowerment creates a unique hiring environment for companies and other organizations seeking top talent to diversify and strengthen their workforce.

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