Jacobs Engineering is an Official Sponsor of the 2021 Women of Color in STEM Conference
By: Career Communications Group In
WOC DTX 2021 will be held October 7-10.
Jacobs Engineering Group Inc. provides technical, professional, and construction services and scientific and consulting for a broad range of clients, including government agencies.
Top employers in the engineering and construction industry will play a significant role in delivering on President Joe Biden's plan to rebuild roads, bridges, water supply mechanisms, transportation networks and improve access to high-speed broadband and clean energy projects.
Each year the industries most likely to employ women of color take part in WOC STEM job fairs. Based on CCG surveys, these companies include computer and electronic product manufacturing, transportation, architectural, engineering, and related professional services. Many of them are looking to secure U.S. supply chains while investing in R&D and training workers to build and make things in every part of America.
"These companies will need to hire many people, and they will use WOC as a source to complete that goal," said Tyrone Taborn, chairman of Career Communications Group, Inc., the Women of Color magazine publisher producer of the WOC DTX. "The conference career fair provides an opportunity for students to meet with employers like Jacobs trying to fill STEM jobs. That is why they will be at WOC DTX in October 2021 and again at the BEYA STEM Conference, scheduled for February 17-19, 2022."
Thousands of students and professionals are expected to participate in WOC DTX when the three-day event kicks off on October 7. To learn more, visit www.womenofcolor.net
About Career Communications Group
Career Communications Group was founded more than 40 years ago with a unique mission: To promote science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) careers. The people we reach provide top employers a unique opportunity to fulfill their mission of hiring America's promising talent. CCG offers inspiring magazines such as Women of Color magazine, award-winning syndicated television programs, and national conferences to reach hundreds of thousands of students and professionals.