FEMA and the Equal Opportunity Publications are hosting a (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) STEM Diversity Career Expo on Friday , April 23.
The expo is designed to bring industry and government together with members of minority groups, women and people with disabilities in the Science, Technology Engineering, and Math, (STEM) career disciplines.
Who is encouraged to attend?
Anyone in who fits within these target of candidates with career interests in the science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) fields.
Job candidates represent all members of minority groups and diverse cultures, including people with disabilities, women and veterans.
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Looks like there are quite a few open positions for Chemistry (and some physics) teachers in the greater Boston area (Concord, Cambridge, Newton and a few others). I'm not a chem teacher anymore but I just wanted to share that with others who may be looking for a job in the area! #chemistry #teacher #stem #greaterbostonarea