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Genesys Works Recruits Students 'With a Fire in Their Belly' to Build a Future

Mioshi Moses, Genesys Works Genesys Works aims to give a hand to students in underserved communities, but the intense technical training and internship placement program also helps participating workplaces fill in-demand positions. The program, said National Capital Area Director Mioshi Moses, targets students in underserved communities, but particularly those “with a fire in their belly”

Girls Gather for SheSoft Conference

Kirthi Kumar, SheSoft The SheSoft 2017-2018 Championship and Conference on June 2 drew more than 130 individuals, including nearly 50 young technology enthusiasts for a day of competition and learning at George Mason University. The conference was geared toward girls in fifth through eighth grades and was designed to inspire and empower them

Vencore Sponsors STEM Symposium

Kristy Clark Vencore Chief Engineer Kristy Clark urged the next generation of would-be STEM workers to not only strengthen their skills in science, technology, math and engineering but also to focus on interpersonal skills and core values. “Regardless of what you choose as your career, wherever you go in life, the biggest thing that

Supereducators Talk Superscience

Dr. Tinell Priddy, left, and Dr. Ann Bonitatibus Think fast. What’s the science behind Superman and the powers he possesses on Earth versus on his native planet of Krypton? Audience members began funneling answers as Dr. Ann Bonitatibus guided them through a discussion of gravity, photosynthesis and molecular composition. “He has indestructibility, and

STEM Superhero How-Tos

Kristy Clark, chief engineer for Vencore, Renee Wynn, chief information officer at NASA, and Ted Davies, CEO of Altamira, addressed that and other questions during a panel discussion moderated by Ed Swallow of The Aerospace Corp. at the fifth annual K-12 STEM Symposium.

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