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US Black Engineer & Information Technology Magazine (ISSN 1088-3444) is a Career Communications Group publication devoted to science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) careers and dedicated to promoting opportunities in these fields.
The Veterans issue looks at the many STEM career opportunities in our country's defense industry. This issues features our exclusive "Top Blacks in the Military" feature that spotlights flag-rank officers—admirals, generals and members of the federal Senior Executive Service.
*This magazine has a bonus circulation at the Stars and Stripes Military Tribute and Veterans Transition Initiative during the BEYA STEM Conference.
Fall Internships/Career issue
This issue helps readers understand the value of applying for STEM internships with corporations and agencies. The magazine is a step-by-step roadmap to evaluating and selecting opportunities.Conference issue
BEYA STEM Conference Issue
BEYA STEM Conference issue is a talent-rich environment for recruitment, networking and professional development. This issue reaches college representatives and thousands of elite professionals and students from across the country who represent the upper echelon of the science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) disciplines and careers.
HBCU Engineering Dean's Issue
Organizations that recognize employees at the annual BEYA STEM Conference and support Historically Black College and University Engineering Schools view the USBE&IT Conference and Jobs issues as a must. Both issues are a place to showcase employees and best practices of the many corporations that actively recruit HBCU graduates and support HBCU STEM programs.*This magazine has a bonus circulation at the HBCU Engineering Deans Event with employers
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Circulation Base: 15,000
Physical and digital distributions
Our magazines’ controlled and digital distribution strategy is designed to address this issue with distribution to 300 colleges and universities including Historically Black Colleges & Universities (HBCUs) and the Hispanic Serving Institutions (HSIs) to the offices of the deans of engineering, career centers, and key active student organizations. Combined, the magazines reach 67 percent of all enrolled science and engineering minority students. The magazines also reach 8,000 professionals, including community and corporate leaders.
Online readers are 55% male and 45% women. 75% of our online readers have attended or graduated from college and 20% have earned an advanced degree. The majority (70%) is in the professional/ managerial ranks in the workplace, 20% are students, and 10% are self-employed.