Black and Latino students in high school and college curious about a future career in a STEM field ought to check out the ATLAS career symposium this Thursday at the University of Baltimore.
In partnership with the Tech Council of Maryland and the MdBio Foundation, the University of Baltimore has invited local tech business owners — like Evan Blair, the COO of cybersecurity startup ZeroFOX — and STEM directors at local colleges — like Nicolas Eugene, who’s in charge of Coppin State University‘s STEM programs — for a three-hour career fair and STEM-job forum.
High school juniors and seniors and college undergraduates are invited to attend this free event.
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