The Black Engineer of the Year Awards (BEYA) will hold its three-day science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) conference on February 11-13. For more than thirty years, BEYA and the Council of Engineering Deans at the nation’s Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) have hosted the annual event which works to bring diversity, equity, and inclusion in STEM fields.
During the all-digital conference, BEYA World II Platform will be the place for job seekers, students, HBCU alumni and supporters, K-12 organizations, and parents. The pre-college programming is designed to introduce young people to STEM careers.
Registration to access activities on the BEYA World II Digital Platform is FREE! Click here to register now.
Events and activities on the BEYA World II Digital Platform include:
- Exhibit Hall and the HBCU Village, which features a homecoming event on Thursday, February 11
- 15 ABET-accredited engineering School Suites
- BEYA Pre-College Program; K-12 Exhibits; and Interview Suites.
Explore the village of your choice to set up job interviews, and explore career options from internships and co-ops through executive-level positions.
If you are an HBCU engineering, computer science, or information technology graduate/student, reconnect with your school and classmates at Homecoming at BEYA and interact with the HBCU Engineering Deans to explore their institutions’ efforts to continue to graduate the majority of America’s Black engineers.
Help your Dean win the $10,000 Dean Eugene DeLoatch Scholarship Grant. Click here to register now. Registration is FREE.