Career Communications Group (CCG) is proud to announce that STEM City USA is a finalist for a “Best Metaverse Solution” award, along with wireless tech innovator Qualcomm and metaverse building platform, Cavrnus.
XR Today, a global awards event that celebrates virtual reality, augmented reality, mixed reality, and metaverse technology innovation and industry success, announced the 2022 finalists across all its award categories.
“I am humbled that STEM City USA is nominated in such an important category. Connecting people in the metaverse has been our vision. We only plan to grow from here,” said Tyrone Taborn, CEO of Career Communications Group and president of STEM City USA. “We are honored to be named with other incredible companies leaving their mark in tech. Our innovative platform is a space that allows creativity and problem-solving for users worldwide.”
Launched in 2021, the STEM City USA platform is designed to bring the resources needed for career success to young people and connect them with science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) pathways and careers. The virtual community aims to close the digital divide and provide K-12 students with online learning opportunities.
The XR Awards winners will be announced Thursday, May 26 at 3 p.m. EST. You can view all finalists and categories here and register to watch the awards ceremony here.
STEM City USA helps promote growth in historically underrepresented communities in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) by networking with leaders and decision-makers who share knowledge and information essential for advancement. This platform also gives participants additional health, training, mentoring, and lifestyle support.
STEM City USA (SCU) combines the physical and digital worlds by creating unique digital in the moments (DIM). These DIMs are designed with rich content that delivers an immersive experience where all lives intersect and blend into a diverse digital community.
Founded and powered by Career Communications Group (CCG), STEM City USA builds on the successful best practices and proven content of the Black Engineer of the Year and Women of Color in Technology conferences, both of which operate in digital twin environments.
Career Communications Group, Inc. (CCG) publications target students actively pursuing science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) careers. CCG publications promote STEM as an integral part of global competitiveness and America’s advancement. Therefore, CCG magazines aim to reach, engage, and retain diverse readers by exposing them to job horizons, professional life, and forward-thinking role models. For more information on CCG, please visit www.ccgmag.com.