The 2010 SHPE
conference provides Hispanic and Latino students in high school, college and graduate school multiple opportunities to enhance their careers in technical fields.
Hispanics are projected to comprise 20 percent of the college enrollment in the coming years, and it's critically important for our nation's future that the best and brightest of those students are encouraged to pursue careers in the engineering and technical professions," says, Pilar Montoya, CEO of SHPE
The Annual SHPE
National Conference is one of the largest gatherings of its kind, bringing together more than 5,000 Hispanic students and educators, as well as more than 300 corporate, industry and government recruiters and sponsors.
NILA 2015 is the premier leadership training program for SHPE
students nationwide at University and for SHPE
professional chapter executive board members.
Garcia, who was first introduced to SHPE
while attending Cal Poly (San Luis Obispo, Calif.
th] anniversary," said Barry Cordero, SHPE
Members of LULAC and SHPE
, as well as representatives from colleges and universities in Texas and Oklahoma, will be available throughout the fair's run to answer questions and assist participants.
8 during the SHPE
national conference in Detroit, Michigan.
To increase that percentage, SHPE
is hosting more than 800 middle and high school students from across the United States and Puerto Rico for NTCC activities at the University of Central Florida.
From the days of owning my own company and working with scientists and engineers, to my work in philanthropy and STEM scholarships, I am honored to lead SHPE
through this critical time of financial stability and exciting growth.
's JobMatch will allow members to view new job openings posted by top employers on the SHPE
Web Site and search for job leads by job title, geographic region and salary levels, as well as take advantage of a candidate placement service provided by BrassRing.
We are thrilled to welcome SHPE
to Detroit as it celebrates 40 years serving as a vital resource for Latinos in STEM," said GM President Dan Ammann.