Black women are coming for everything they said we couldn’t have in 2019. So if you’ve been wanting to level up in your career, your business or even your professional development—now is the time. The best part? There are plenty of conferences specifically geared towards Black women to help you do so. There’s nothing like…Continue reading "11 Conferences That Black Women Need To Attend To Level Up In 2019"
Attendees from around America — and even nearby countries — flew to SF to attend the biggest black tech conference. They were invited to join panel discussions, interactive workshops and special recruiting sessions to not only learn about the current state of the tech industry but to also explore potential career opportunities and make new…Continue reading "AfroTech 2018 Brought 4,000 Black Folks In Tech Together For One Unforgettable Conference"
At Microsoft we talk a lot about being intentional and building a workforce that reflects the communities where we work around the world. That intention was on full display last week in Oakland as Microsoft once again sponsored and actively participated in the AfroTech conference – an annual event that this year attracted 10,000 mostly…Continue reading "Microsoft’s participation in AfroTech demonstrates its commitment to include everyone"
Morehouse College has launched a new undergraduate software engineering degree program, leading the nation as one of the first HBCUs to offer the major.Continue reading "Morehouse College Emerges As Leader In Software Engineering"
by Chris Roush · August 24, 2018 Chris Roush Chris Roush is the dean of the School of Communications at Quinnipiac University in Hamden, Connecticut. He was previously Walter E. Hussman Sr. Distinguished Professor in business journalism at UNC-Chapel Hill. He is a former business journalist for Bloomberg News, Businessweek, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, The Tampa…Continue reading "Afrotech to cover black innovators and entrepreneurs"
California has adopted new standards in math, science and computer science in recent years as part of broader efforts to prepare more students for college and STEM fields.Continue reading "New push in California to increase diversity among math and science teachers"
Tulsa Tech’s “Dream Out Loud” program offers students an opportunity to explore alternative career paths that are lucrative and worthwhile.Continue reading "High-schoolers explore alternative career paths at ‘Dream Out Loud’ event"
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