To mark America’s inauguration day 2021, Career Communications Group looks back at retired Coast Guard rear admiral Stephen Rochon sharing his experiences at the White House during a recent BEYA STEM Conference.
In the video, “My days at the White House,” Rear Adm. Rochon, one of the founding fathers of the BEYA STEM Conference’s Stars and Stripes event, talks about his service as director of the Executive Residence and White House Chief Usher.
Rochon was the first White House Chief Usher of African American descent. He retired from active duty with the Coast Guard in 2007 and began his service at the White House. Take a listen.
The BEYA STEM Community, which is over 10,000 strong, serves K-12 students, college students, corporate, government, and military professionals, and employers with three (3) days of learning, networking, celebrating excellence, and showcasing career opportunities. Join us each February for the BEYA Experience. The 2021 BEYA STEM Conference goes digital in response to the COVID-19 Pandemic.
REGISTER to access activities in BEYA World I and BEYA World II. The career fair on Friday and Saturday is open to all those seeking employment.
Other highlights include the HBCU Homecoming, HBCU Village, Career Fairs, K-12 Village, and Interview Village, the Technology Recognition Event, and BEYA Gala.