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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.

This magazine reaches minority engineers and students nationwide at their home addresses, colleges and universities, and chapters of student and professional organizations.

If you are an engineering student or professional who is a member of a minority group, Minority Engineer is available to you FREE!

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Computer Careers Ascend   
As the demand for computer systems continues to grow, so, too, does the demand tor professionals working in this field. read more


Apple Software, Hardware Engineering Internships
About Apple: Apple is best known for their personal computers, along with an array of professional software.  read more


The Well Provides Career Advice To Empower Minority Professionals & Students      
Jopwell (www.Jopwell.com), a leading recruitment and hiring platform for building a more racially diverse workforce, recently launched The Well (www.thewell.jopwell.com) as a portal for career advice, thought leadership and perspectives about the workplace experience.  read more


NSBE Launches Campaign To Graduate 10,000 Black Engineers
This past fall, the National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) launched its “Be 1 of 10,000” campaign, created to ensure the U.S. produces 10,000 African-American bachelor’s degree recipients in engineering annually by 2025, up from the current number of 3,620.  read more


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