Hispanic Engineer and Information Technology Spring Jobs Issue

Hispanic Engineer and Information Technology Spring Jobs issue is just the publication for top employers wanting to reach new STEM graduates.

Many of them are from the nation's Minority Serving Institutions, which provide exceptional talent for the pipeline. The Jobs issue also highlights best practices from the corporations that support MSI STEM programs.

PHYSICAL AND DIGITAL DIVERSITY DISTRIBUTION

Despite considerable progress over the past couple of decades for underrepresented minority groups and women earning bachelor's degrees in engineering and computer fields, the gap in educational attainment between young minorities and whites continues to be wide. The percentage of the population ages 25-29 with bachelors or higher degrees was 19% for blacks, 12% for Hispanics, and 37% for whites.

Our Magazines:

  • Are distributed to 143 colleges and universities, including Historically Black Colleges & Universities (HBCUs) and the Hispanic Serving Institutions (HSIs)
  • reach 67% of all enrolled science and engineering minority students
  • reach 8,000 professionals, including community and corporate leaders

Why Advertise?

  • 15,000 readers at 143 colleges and universities will see your message of opportunities an inclusion 1000 conference bonus distributions
  • 324 paid subscribers
  • 31,934 Digital readers
  • Excellent medium to feature your organization's diversity outreach programs or message.

Editorial Features

  • Spotlight on jobs in Information technology industry
  • 20 women excelling in their STEM careers
  • Top Hispanics in Information Technology

Advertising Close Date: April 3, 2017

Upcoming Events:

Women of Color STEM Conference
October 5-7, 2017
Detroit, MI

 

BEYA STEM Conference
February 8-10, 2018 
Washington, DC

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