BEYA Conference

Attending BEYA

Professionals will find training, networking, role models, mentors, and inspiring awards events.

Students can attend the career fair and meet top employers, take advantage of onsite resources designed to enhance job search, to enhance their academic career, as well as to get tools for a successful STEM career.

Sponsors and Exhibitors will have opportunities to enhance their visibility in the STEM community and recruit new hires. Get started by downloading the conference prospectus and contact us to reserve your space today!

Other events at BEYA that you will want to check out are the Science Spectrum’s Trailblazers Lunch, the Emerald Honors Dinner, and the Seminars and Workshops . We are especially proud of the HBCU Engineering schools’ presentations. It’s your opportunity to learn about the cutting-edge research that are taking place at these institutions.

OurK-12 Programis also an opportunity for you to connect with the organizations that are working to build tomorrows STEM workforce. and whether you are in the job market or not, don’t miss the career fair. It is often the place to sample some new technologies and experience best practices in the industry.


Special Events

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We’re Inclusive: Seminar panelist opportunities are available for your employees to participate. Download speaker kit to see how your organization can participate as a speaker or panelist.

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  • Voka

    I am excited for another year.

    February 3, 2013

  • Denise

    I'll be out of town

    January 21, 2013

  • Tyrone D T.

    Join BEYA and L'Oréal for Shaping a Brighter Future: The Beauty of Science and the Science of Beauty

    The beauty industry is dynamic. New products are developed, and launched at a rapid rate. This ever-changing process requires the support and collaboration of numerous individuals. · In 2011, 613 patents filed in 2011 and 2200 new product launches.
    · 100 active cooperation agreements with leading academic and research institutions.

    Discover exactly what is required to develop new products .

    Moderator: Antoinette Hamilton - Assistant Vice President, Diversity & Inclusion, L’Oréal USA
    Panelist: Harold Bryant, Ph.D. – Vice President, Research and Innovation, L’Oréal USA
    Crystal Porter, Ph.D. – Manager, L’Oréal Institute for Ethnic Hair & Skin Research
    Jerome Laday, SPHR – Director, Talent Recruitment, L’Oréal USA

    Thursday, February 7,[masked]:15 to 3:40

    1 · January 18, 2013

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