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Silicon Valley tech company ServiceNow is investing in equitable opportunities for black communities and recently launched a $100 Million fund to do so. In an effort to push for more diversity and inclusion in the fields of technology and science for black students, they recently hosted a virtual roundtable Courageous Conversations to bring together representatives from top HBCUs for S.T.E.A.M (science, technology, engineering, art and mathematics) to discuss career readiness for students of color and solutions for engaging more HBCU students in tech careers.

The discussion featured 2x Grammy winner/actor Common, President Dr. Rosyln Artis of Benedict College, President Bobbie Knight of Miles College and top representatives from ServiceNow to discuss the relevance of HBCUs today, HBCUs building strong partnerships with companies, and the intersection of ServiceNow’s commitments to diversity, inclusion, and belonging.

Internships for HBCU Students
Wondering what's next? HBCU CONNECT will be hosting a special event in partnership with ServiceNow on Wednesday, February 24th to connect HBCU students directly with internship opportunities via a special hiring event!

Black and Latinx students currently enrolled in a 4 year college degree program or working towards an MBA or Master's Degree graduating in December of 2021 or beyond.

A virtual event offering a unique opportunity for current college students to learn more about ServiceNow and their 2021 internship opportunities in Software Engineering, UX Design & Engineering, Mobile Development, Machine Learning, Product Management (MBA Students), and Technical Writing (Liberal Arts/Communications Majors.

WHEN: Wednesday, February 24th, 2021 from 6pm to 7:30pm EST.

WHERE: Detailed to be provided upon registration.

Please register now using the sign up form on HBCUConnect.com!


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