BEYA STEM Conference in DC
Students interested in STEM Careers:
Did you miss last week’s career fair? Still interested in pursuing a STEM Career? Interested in connecting with top graduate programs? The Office of Engineering Career Development is partnering with the Center for Diversity in Engineering to take a group of students to the BEYA Career Fair in DC next Friday, Feb. 10. The fair will include industry leaders, students, and hundreds of employers seeking to hire graduating STEM students from all disciplines, irrespective of their demographic makeup, and second and third year students for internships.
Just a sample of organizations attending: AirBNB; Abbott Laboratories; Boston Scientific; Harvard Business School; Johns Hopkins University; NASA; Siemens, and many more.
All costs to attend will be covered by the School of Engineering (transportation, registration and lunch). Students interested in the conference but who may not be able to attend can still submit their resume here for employers to review. For more information on the Conference:
A limited number of spots are available, so grab your spot today! Email Frances McBride, Associate Director in the Center for Engineering Career Development, at firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your space.