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Marines, NSBE partner to bring career opportunities to engineering students


Marines, NSBE partner to bring career opportunities to engineering students



PITTSBURGH – 1st Lt. Terrence Stephens, the officer selection officer for Recruiting Station Indianapolis, joins the tug-of-war challenge during the NSBEFit: Body, Mind and Soul activities during the National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) 44th National Convention at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center in Pittsburgh, March 22. During the convention, the Marines participated in the two-day Career Fair, NSBEFit: Body, Mind and Soul, Chapter Officer's Leadership Breakfast and a Wake Up and Workout. The partnership between the Marines and NSBE is intended to increase awareness of Marine Corps career opportunities within the African American community and create an opportunity for Marine Corps personnel to connect and build lasting relationships with conference attendees. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Courtney G. White)





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