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CONNECTING WITH TALENT WHERE THEY ARE Because they engineer the future It’s a difficult hurdle to recruit diversity STEM talent without a HBCU recruitment strategy. BEYA has been part of that strategy for thirty five years, including the “Top Supporters of HBCU Engineering” listby produced Engineer the future supportingin thecollaboration with the 15 ABET accredited HBCU Engineering Schools and the corporate-academic alliance, Advancing Minorities Interests in Engineering (AMIE).

HBCU VILLAGE Representing just 2.3 percent of all colleges and universities in the United States, HBCUs are a source of pride and accomplishment for the African American community as well as the entire nation. HBCUs are a richBEYA resource for talent in science, AT THE 35TH STEM CONFERENCE technology, engineering, and math (STEM). They currently produce 30 percent of all African American engineers in the country and they provide high-quality whotoare prepared President-electgraduates Joe Biden plans support collegesto and produce innovative solutions for the most universities that play unique and vital roles in their challenging problems. communities, including Historically Black Colleges and Universities. Vice President-elect Kamala Harris is an HBCU graduate and champion of the 21st Century STEM for Girls and Underrepresented Minorities Act.

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HBCU VILLAGE SUPPORT HBCU STEM EDUCATION The Year of the HBCU If you are reading this, you already know the value proposition of showcasing your support of the ABET-accredited HBCU Schools of Engineering and Computer Science. Now at BEYA, you can take that a step further by joining the HBCU BEYA Engineering Homecoming, HBCU and Engineering Deans’ Roundtable, and Engineering Deans’ events. The HBCU Village is a highly visible but exclusive space at the BEYA STEM Conference. The HBCU Village is located off the busy exhibit floor and allows employers to target high-value students and professional job candidates in a VIP setting.

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WHY YOU NEED THE HBCU VILLAGE CONNECT WITH TALENT WHERE THEY ARE Because they engineer the future It’s a tough job trying to recruit STEM talent without an HBCU strategy. BEYA has been part of that strategy for thirty-five years, including the “Top Supporters of HBCU Engineering” list produced in collaboration with the 15 ABET-accredited HBCU Engineering Schools and the corporate-academic alliance, Advancing Minorities Interests in Engineering (AMIE).

Representing just 2.3 percent of all colleges and universities in the United States, HBCUs are a source of pride and accomplishment for the African American community as well as the entire nation. HBCUs are a rich resource for talent in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM).

They currently produce 30 percent of all African American engineers in the country and they provide high-quality graduates who are prepared to produce innovative solutions for the most challenging problems.


THE YEAR OF THE HBCUs YOUR CONNECTION TO YOUR FUTURE WORKFORCE A Digital Journey with Unique Opportunities The BEYA HBCU Village is a best in-class, real-time conference space at BEYA. It has all the ROI features that recruiters have been demanding. Like its physical twin, the HBCU Village offers employees with the most effective tool in sourcing and hiring diverse STEM talent. The BEYA World II Lobby hosts the HBCU Village and the HBCU Engineering School Suites.

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A SPECIAL HBCU DIGITAL EXPERIENCE THE HBCU VILLAGE SPONSORSHIP HBCUs produce nearly 30% of engineering and information technology graduates. These top-notch diversity technology candidates are in great demand and they need a recruitment process that is respectful, targeted, and focused. The HBCU Village immediately sends these high valued candidate through a separate pipeline that allows your company to give them the attention that is required. More importantly, the HBCU Village keeps you connected with the institutions that produce them. $40,000 HBCU Village plus All Suites Sponsorship (See pg. 7 for full list of features) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Up to 20 Video Channels Customized VIP Space Pre-Scheduling Feature On-demand Scheduling Access to attendee data Village Banner Village Video Email Blast

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THE HBCU EXPERIENCE AT BEYA THE HBCU SCHOOL SUITE SPONSORSHIP

Alumni Gathering

Networking is one the top reasons attendees love the BEYA STEM Conference. The HBCU School Suite is the gathering space for students, alumni, and professionals at the HBCU Village. More importantly, they will engage with their school and all those who support their university. $10,000 HBCU School Suite Sponsorship (See pg. 7 for full list of features)

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Text chat Customized VIP Space Pre-Scheduling Feature On-Demand Scheduling Corporate Banner in HBCU Village Email Blast


THE HBCU VILLAGE ADVANTAGE

SUPPORTING OUR NATIONAL TREASURES STAYING CONNECTED WITH THE HBCUs $40,000 HBCU Village Plus All Suites 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

Up to 20 Video Channels Customized VIP Space Pre-Scheduling Feature On-demand Scheduling Access to attendee data Email Blast Video and text chat with Village Visitors Group Chat Customized Corporate Branding Access from drop-down menu Access to Visitors Resumes and Emails Corporate Banner in HBCU Village

13. Corporate Video in HBCU Village 14. Mailing List (Entire Village) 15. 15. Mailing List (Room) 16. 16. Social Media Placements 17. 17. HBCU Engineering Deans’ Recognition Event Branding 18. HBCU Engineering Deans’ Roundtable Branding 19. AMIE Board Meeting Branding 20. HBCU Engineering Deans’ Meeting Brandingincluding video sharing and chat capabilities

$10,000 HBCU School Suite Sponsor 1. 2. 3. 4.

Text chat with visitors Pre-Scheduling Feature Group Chat Corporate Banner in HBCU Village 5. Corporate Video in HBCU Village 6. Customized VIP Room Space

7. Mailing List (Room) 8. Email Blast 9. Access by way of drop-down menu 10. One video Channel 11. Access to visitor resumes 12. Social Media Placements

Features

HBCU Village Sponsor plus all Suites

HBCU School Suite Sponsor

Mailing List (Entire)

Mailing List (Room)

Face-to-Face Video with Village Visitors

Group Chat

Text chat with visitors

 Up to 20 Channels

 One Channel

Employer-initiated Video Channel

Customized corporate branding

Customized VIP Room Space

Access from drop-down menu

On-demand visitors scheduling

Pre-scheduling meeting feature

Access to attendee data

Access to Visitors Resumes

Corporate Banner in HBCU Village

Corporate Video in HBCU Village

Social Media Placements (LinkedIn Groups and Facebook pages)

Email Blasts

HBCU Engineering Deans’ Recognition Event Branding

HBCU Engineering Deans’ Roundtable Branding

AMIE Board Meeting Branding

HBCU Engineering Deans’ Meeting Branding


RECRUITERS EXCLUSIVE

HBCU VILLAGE SCHEDULE

JOIN THOUSANDS OF HBCU ENGINEERING GRADUATES AT THE

BEYA HBCU HOMECOMING

JOIN US FOR HBCU ENGINEERS HOMECOMING @ BEYA WEDNESDAY

FEBRUARY 10, 2021 HBCU VIP Suite Access

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FEBRUARY 11, 2021 AMIE Board Meeting HBCU Homecoming @ BEYA Dean State of the University

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FEBRUARY 12, 2021 Engineering Deans’ Roundtable

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FEBRUARY 13, 2021 HBCU Engineering Deans’ Recognition Event* HBCU-Industry Collaboration Seminar Top Supporters of HBCU Meeting *These events are held on the BEYA World I platform

In the fall of 1986, there were only six ABET-accredited historically Black college and university (HBCU) programs.

Howard University College of Engineering, Architecture and Computer Sciences North Carolina A&T University College of Engineering Prairie View A&M University Department of Engineering Technology Southern University and A&M College Department of Electrical Engineering Tennessee State University Tuskegee University College of Engineering

Today, there are nine more, a total of 15 HBCUs with ABET-accredited schools.

Norfolk State University College of Science, Engineering, and Technology University of the District of Columbia School of Engineering and Applied Sciences University of Maryland Eastern Shore Department of Engineering and Aviation Sciences Virginia State University School of Engineering, Science and Technology Alabama A&M University College of Engineering Florida A&M University – Florida State University College of Engineering Hampton University School of Engineering & Technology Jackson State University College of Science, Engineering, and Technology Morgan State University Clarence M. Mitchell, Jr. School of Engineering

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