BEEP

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AcronymDefinition
BEEPBlocks Extensible Exchange Protocol
BEEPBrake Effectiveness Evaluation Procedure
BEEPBlack Executive Exchange Program (visiting professor organization)
BEEPBallona Ecosystem Education Project (Los Angeles, CA)
BEEPBest Educational E-Practices
BEEPBrake Effectiveness Evaluation Procedure (automotive engineering)
BEEPBusiness Energy Efficiency Program
BEEPBest e-Europe Practices (EU)
BEEPBlocks Extensible Exchange Protocol framework (IETF)
BEEPBattalion Equipment Evaluation Program
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National Urban League Black Executive Exchange Program BEEP Annual Conference June 15-18, 2005; Miami Beach, FL; 212-558-5441; www, nul.org/programs/education/ beep.htm June 2005 CONVENTION CALENDAR 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30
He also works vigorously for the executive advisory council of the National Urban League's Black Executive Exchange Program and the national industrial advisory council of Opportunities Industrialization Centers of America, Inc., an organization that provides vital technical skills to people who through lack of training have been shut out of the workforce.
2004; Chicago, IL; 410-203-2140; www.globaldiversitygroup.com Black Executive Exchange Program June 16-19, 2004; Miami, FL;
"I think that if the current trend continues, and we don't see more men entering professional school, we could wind up with a situation where the majority of the Black managers and executives will be women," says Renee Du Jean, director of the Black Executive Exchange Program of the National Urban League.
As a member of the Urban League's Black Executive Exchange Program, he mentors and speaks to students about the importance of commitment and responsibility in the workplace.
These include InRoads, the nationwide minority internship program; A Better Chance, a prep school program; and BEEP, the black executive exchange program sponsored by the National Urban League.
Association, the Black Executive Exchange Program, the National Puerto Rican Forum, NAACP the Dole Foundation for Americans with Disabilities, Habitat for Humanity and Big Brothers/Big Sisters The CIGNA Foundation funding for these and related activities was nearly $7.3 million last year Beyond the financial support, however, is the personal commitment demonstrated by our employees.