For more than 30 years, Career Communications Group’s Black Engineer of the Year Awards (BEYA) has connected Americans in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM).
“The awards conference gives young people the opportunity to witness the achievements of role models,” said Tyrone Taborn, CEO of Career Communications Group (CCG). “The BEYA conference serves as a conscience to remind everyone that minority talent management is critical.”
Every year, hundreds of students attend the job fair at the BEYA STEM Conference.
According to JobMatch, a CCG division that links students with internships and full-time jobs, college seniors made up more than 35 percent of the total number of attendees at the 32nd annual BEYA STEM Conference.
The BEYA STEM Conference has built lasting partnerships with top companies and government agencies that hire STEM talent at the BEYA Career Fair.
Below are organizations that will be looking to fill vacancies at the 2019 BEYA STEM job fair.
Ernst & Young
Naval Training Center
The Aerospace Corporation
The Air Force Academy
Air Force Civilian Service
Alabama A & M University
The Applied Research Laboratory at Penn State
Army National Guard
The Boeing Company
Capitol Technology University
Career Communications Group, Inc.
Defense Threat Reduction Agency
Federal Aviation Administration
Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles
Florida A&M University-Florida State University
Fordham Gabelli School of Business
General Dynamics Corporation
Harvard Business School
Huntington Ingalls Industries
Jackson State University
Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory (APL)
The BEYA STEM Conference is produced by Career Communications Group (CCG).