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Minority Engineer Magazine, launched in 1979, is a career- guidance and recruitment magazine offered at no charge to qualified engineering or computer-science students and professionals who are African American, Hispanic, Native American, and Asian American. Minority Engineer presents career strategies for readers to assimilate into a diversified job marketplace.

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On The Heels Of A Great Career   
With a large percentage of its workforce on the heels of retirement, the Federal government is a great place to look as you find your first — or next — job. read more


Ford Motor Company Makes 2015 World's Most Ethical Company List
The honor comes at a time in which the way a company conducts its business is viewed as every bit as important as the products and services it provides, new research shows.  read more


McCarthy: Training For Success   
Javelle Redmond, project MEP superintendent, works for McCarthy Building, a company that knows how to prepare its employees for the challenges that await them. read more


Virginia Tech Professor Receives Award To Advance Artificial Intelligence
Devi Parikh, an assistant professor in the Bradley Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Virginia Tech, received an Allen Distinguished Investigator Award for close to $1 million from the Paul G. Allen Family Foundation to teach machines to use “common sense” in image analysis.  read more


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