Boeing, Clemson partner to expand opportunities for young men of color

ICYMI: Boeing & Clemson Collaboration to Support Young Men of Color

“Scheduled Nov. 4-5, 2021, in Greenville, S.C., the Men of Color National Summit creates pathways to higher education for Black and Latino high school men.

Partnership provides funding for 500 high school students to attend the Summit, establishes the Boeing STEM Tiger Alliance Scholarship, and includes collaboration on Call Me Mister Program.

Ted Colbert, executive vice president and chief executive officer of Boeing Global Services, will join the Summit’s lineup of nationally recognized speakers.

The Boeing Company is expanding its partnership with Clemson University to help create pathways to higher education for Black and Latino young men to build the diverse and highly skilled workforce necessary for the jobs of tomorrow.

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