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ABOUT WOMEN OF COLOR MAGAZINE

Women of Color Magazine is one of the leading magazines for professional women in STEM and business. Each year the magazine serves as a host of the Women of Color STEM Conference, which recognizes the achievements of underrepresented women in STEM. The conference also offers professional development seminars and a large career fair for students and professionals.

The Women of Color STEM Conference is a multicultural event that hosts roughly 4,000 technologists, engineers, scientists and students. The three-day event serves as the perfect place for networking, mentoring opportunities, and to attend professional development seminars. The conference also hosts several recognition dinners and gala, where STEM professionals and Rising Stars are honored for their accomplishments.

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FALL 2019 | VOLUME 19 | NUMBER 2

Cover Story

Get to Know the 2019 Technologist of the Year, Dr. Pamela McCauley

Passing the Torch

The 2018 Technologist of the Year shares her experience as top award winner

2019 Women of Color Awardees

More than 50 extraordinary women in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) are recognized as award winners this year, including the 2019 Technologist of the Year, Dr.Pamela McCauley, the program director for the National Science Foundation (NSF) I-Corps at the University of Central Florida.

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About the Spring Jobs Issue

Women in information technology (IT) has been a strong theme for Women of Color Magazine since we launched 20 years ago. That's why our spring 2018 theme "Healing the Divide: Increasing the Number of Women in Technology" zeroes in on the lack of women in IT.

The issue highlights career progression and promotion, diversity and inclusion programs. We also showcase accomplishments of top CEO women in finance and technology. These outstanding women have excelled in the STEM field.

Editorial Features

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

 

Advertising Close Date: September 2, 2019
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About the Fall Internships/Career Issue

The issue highlights career progression and promotion, diversity and inclusion programs. We also showcase accomplishments of top CEO women in finance and technology. These outstanding women have excelled in the STEM field.

Advertising Close Date: September 2, 2019
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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.

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Print and digital distribution reaches 143 colleges and universities including HBCUs and HSIs, Deans of Engineering, and career centers. Combined, our magazines reach 67 percent of all enrolled STEM minority students and 8,000 professionals.

ONLINE READERS

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.

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Upcoming events

The WoC STEm Conference

October 8-10, 2020 

Detroit MI

 

The BEYA STEM Conference

February 11-13, 2021

Washington DC

 




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