BALTIMORE-Leidos has confirmed that it will sponsor the 30th Annual BEYA Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) Conference, which is scheduled to take place February 18-20 at the Philadelphia Marriott Downtown in Philadelphia, PA.
Leidos is a science and technology solutions leader working to address some of the world’s toughest challenges in national security, health, and engineering. The company’s sponsorship of the BEYA STEM Conference demonstrates a continued commitment to promote and support STEM education and careers, as well as diversity in the industry.
The BEYA STEM Conference is an event-packed three-day event that unites more than 8,000 industry entrants and professionals including college representatives and leaders embodying the upper echelon in STEM. The agenda will include training and networking opportunities, seminars and workshops, and the conference’s popular career fair, which provides access to leading employers.
Also included on the agenda is the Black Engineer of the Year awards ceremony recognizing the industry’s most notable achievements and accomplishments in 2015. Award recognition continues to be a powerful avenue for employers looking to acknowledge and applaud the achievements of minorities in STEM disciplines within their organizations.
“Leidos is one of the front-runners in the technology solutions industry, and it is a great reward to have the company’s support behind the BEYA STEM Conference,” says Tyrone D. Taborn, CEO and Publisher of Career Communications Group.
“This sponsorship has affirmed that a company of great caliber such as Leidos understands the importance of STEM careers and believes in the advancement of underrepresented men and women in this field.”
About Career Communications Group, Inc.
Career Communications Group (CCG) is the leader in celebrating diversity and promoting equal opportunity for minorities and women in the fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). CCG provides leadership in talent management and career development, enabling employers to recruit, retain, and recognize highly qualified minorities.