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In a time when digital information is more critical than ever, Career Communications Group (CCG) is launching a podcast called High-Tech Sunday. CCG’s new podcast will blend discussions on technological achievements with universal principles. The weekly series will feature speakers in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) fields and aims to engage and inform the community.

“This is a special time where people are coming together and sharing insights remotely,” said Tyrone D. Taborn, CEO of Career Communications Group in a statement. “And we are taking that and going even deeper by opening up these discussions that will bring together technology and the philosophical principles. We want to ensure that our STEM community is informed from every angle and we’ll be bringing thought-leaders to help facilitate these discussions and show us how universal principles can be applied as we navigate into the future of STEM.”

The weekly program is produced by and for CCG’s community of alumni and professionals in STEM fields, thought leaders, and aspiring students, to bring a concentrated discussion around technological advancements and achievements based on universal moral principles.

The one-hour podcasts will be released every Sunday beginning June 7, 2020.  The podcasts can be accessed through:

The BEYA STEM Conference on Facebook
Women of Color in Technology STEM Conference on Facebook
Career Communications Group, Inc. (CCG) YouTube  channel
CCG Media’s High Tech Sunday on Spotify
Apple Podcast
Google Podcasts

CCG’s High-Tech Sunday looks at professional development in technology through the lens of spiritual philosophies. Weekly discussions will be focused on universal principles:

1. Professional development
2. Science and technology
3. Workforce and family balance
4. Ethics
5. Respect for others

Stemming from each of these five principles, the conversations will focus on discussing and analyzing the societal problems at the intersection of technology and culture through a lens informed by spiritual philosophies.


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