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Jul 22, 2023
Impressive CTR of .23% and Innovative STEM City USA Metaverse Platform Position the Company as a Leader in Digital STEM Education and a Prime Venue for Advertisers and Sponsors.

Jul 18, 2023
STEM City USA, in Collaboration with US Black Engineer Magazine, Shares Exclusive Pre-release Video Highlighting The Centennial Seven: The First Black Submarine Captains in the US Nav

Jul 17, 2023
STEM City USA Metaverse is thrilled to announce the release of a comprehensive collection of seminars from the last three years of the Black Engineer of the Year and Women of Color STEM Conferences.

Jul 17, 2023
The highly esteemed Women of Color Awards Gala is set to be produced by an Emmy Award-winning team, according to Tyrone Taborn, the conference founder.

Jul 14, 2023
Career Communications Group Inc., a pioneer in promoting minority engagement in STEM fields, is delighted to announce the appointment of Sarah Blum as the organization's new Youth Director. Ms.

Jul 13, 2023
Career Communications Group, Inc/STEM City USA, Georgetown Analytics and Technology, and Synapse India today announced their intention to form a strategic partnership, aiming to pursue public and government contracts.

Jul 13, 2023
Mario Armstrong, a renowned digital lifestyle expert and Emmy Award-winning host, leverages his charisma and insight to deliver an empowering message to his listeners. With "Wake Up and Level Up,"

Jul 11, 2023
The second annual BEYA Leading Voices Summit, featuring HBCU Vice Presidents of Research, returns on July 28, 2023 from 10:00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. EST.

Jul 10, 2023
STEM City USA, an innovative metaverse platform committed to science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education, is thrilled to announce it has won the Grand Award from APEX.

Jul 05, 2023
Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) play a significant role in the number of graduates from underrepresented communities, with more than 25% of African American graduates with STEM degrees coming from HBCUs.

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