Students: attend this University of Baltimore forum on STEM jobs [EVENT] - Baltimore


Apr. 30, 2014 11:15 am

Students: attend this University of Baltimore forum on STEM jobs [EVENT]

University of Baltimore.

University of Baltimore.

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Update 4/30/14 3:44 p.m.: Online registration is closed, but on-site registration is available.

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.

See a full list of exhibitors and speakers here.

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.

Students interested in attending should register before Thursday


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