Consider joining the Annual Advancing Indigenous People in STEM (AiSES) National Conference, a remarkable three-day event dedicated to empowering Indigenous individuals from North America and the Pacific Islands in their pursuit of excellence in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM). Since its inception in 1978, this conference has been a beacon of support for Indigenous high school juniors and seniors, college and graduate students, educators, and professionals in the STEM field.
At the AiSES National Conference, participants have the opportunity to engage with over 2,500 Indigenous individuals while connecting with leading companies, government agencies, private foundations, nonprofits, and tribal partners. This event offers a diverse range of activities, from professional development sessions and networking opportunities to research presentations, workshops, awards ceremonies, and traditional Indigenous cultural events.
Additionally, the conference hosts the largest college and career fair in Indian Country, where job seekers can participate in on-site interviews, receive interview coaching and resume development guidance, and access valuable career planning resources. Whether you're considering college or graduate school, or seeking guidance on the numerous STEM majors and career paths available, AiSES is your gateway to academic and professional success. Attendees from the U.S., Canada, Alaska, Hawai'i, and beyond will unite, forging connections and discovering the resources and support needed to excel in their STEM journeys.
Don't miss this exceptional event from October 19th to 21st, starting at 8:00 AM each day. Visit the conference website for more information and registration details.