Ann McNeill, President and Founder of The National Association of Black Women In Construction together with Sonya Stewart, Vice President for Enterprise Applications Solutions at Lockheed Martin organized the Third Annual Industry Day Event at TransTech Academy a scholastic program offered at Cardoza High School in Washington, DC!
On Today's Show, Ann McNeill and other invited members-panelists from the Nat'l Assn of Black Women In Construction will discuss the impactfulness of TransTech Academy's 2012 Industry Day Event held earlier this month at Washington D.C's. historical Cardoza High School. We will be discussing: Who Are We? How To Become Sponsor(s); Participant(s); Benefits of Partnership With NABWIC; Membership importance to students in engineering, construction, architectural, and other related industries; and so much more!!! "We Are A Movement In The Community That Invites You To Join Us"
Exerpts From The Washington Informer recent article:
INDUSTRY DAY A BIG HIT AT TRANS TECH ACADEMY
With unemployment among blacks having soared in recent years, students at Cardozo Senior High School's TransTech Academy in Northwest are opting for careers centered around science, technology, engineering and math [STEM] where jobs remain plentiful. During Cardozo's 3rd Annual Industry Day, which attracted 70 professionals from aviation and aeronautics, construction, engineering, and transportation, students listened attentively and asked questions while pondering career choices.
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