April 13th in Ronald Tutor Campus Center Salon (302) from 6:30pm to 7:30pm
On Thursday, April 13th, come see an intersectional diversity between USC Diversity organizations and the Boeing Company. If you’ve ever had any question if a large corporation protects under-respented minorities, join QuEST & Spectrum SC, USC’s LGBTQ+ Professional Organizations, QuASA, the campus wide LGBTQ+ Assembly, and SHPE, USC’s STEM Hispanic & Latino professional organization, to discuss how Boeing’s, the world’s largest aerospace company, takes measures to protect all historically under represented minorities.
If you ever question the protection if your ethnic, racial, sexual, and/or gender identification was both safe and respected at such a large company, come and find out how Boeing provides multiple avenues for historically under-represented groups to be successful within the century old company. Join us on April 13th in Ronald Tutor Campus Center Salon (302) from 6:30pm to 7:30pm to join in this discussion with industry.
Learn more how you can be supported at your time at USC via the Co-Hosting Organizations:
Queers In Engineering, Science, Technology (QuEST): USC’s oSTEM chapter that supports LGBTQ+people in STEM majors or interested in the STEM field professional development.
Spectrum SC: USC’s Business LGBTQ+ professional organization that supports Queer people who have majors or career interest in commercial fields.
Queer and Allied Student Assembly (QuASA): The campus wide assembly for LGBTQ+ people that respects all undergraduate LGBTQ+ plus organizations.
Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE): USC’s STEM diversity organization for Hispanic or Latino people with majors in STEM or interested in careers in STEM.