The all-digital Black Engineer of the Year Awards (BEYA) Conference will take place February 11-13. Hosted by Career Communications Group, Inc. (CCG), the event is a national leader in promoting career opportunities in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM).
One of the highlights on Friday, Feb. 12 is the digital STEM career day for K-12 students. The program is designed to encourage the next generation to pursue career paths in STEM. The online career day will feature leading professionals and provide students with lots of opportunities to learn more about pursuing a career in STEM.
Join the BEYA K-12 Grade Career Day to visit more than 100 online exhibitors, get teacher and parent resources, and win prizes. Registration is FREE at beyadigital.vfairs.com
“According to the New York City Department of Education, career days like ours are important to expose students to a variety of careers and jobs by connecting them with business partners, provide a realistic picture of the workplace, help students make the connection between school and the workplace, and inform career planning. We are also in the business of helping to make more engineers for America,” said Vice-Admiral Walt Davis recently.
Click here to register for the BEYA Pre-College Program and take part in activities that introduce young people to diverse opportunities in STEM.