MOUNT PLEASANT, S.C.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Boeing and Tallo will host 2021 STEM Signing Day nationwide to recognize and celebrate high school seniors who are choosing to pursue STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) degrees through technical programs and two- and four-year colleges and universities.
More than 600 students will be honored across the country. The event will feature keynote remarks from speakers including Dave Calhoun, President and CEO of The Boeing Company; and Sydney Hamilton, Boeing Structures Stress Engineering Manager; and will be led by Shea Tighe, Vice President of Engagement at Tallo. Students will sign a letter of intent to pursue a STEM degree and hear from Boeing executives. Media interested in viewing the ceremony can tune in to the livestream by using the links below.
WHEN: Thursday, April 29, 2021, 12:30 PM PT/3:30 PM ET.
WHERE: Virtually, via livestream, and with local break-out events in the following regions:
- California (Los Angeles)
- Delaware & Pennsylvania
- New Mexico
- Potomac Region
- South Carolina
*Separate virtual STEM Signing Day events will also be held for students in Illinois (May 25) and Indiana (May 26)
RSVP: National and local media looking to cover the event should contact Joanne Johnson at firstname.lastname@example.org by April 28 and for additional details on regional breakout sessions.
“At Boeing, we’re working to ensure that all students, regardless of their background, have access to learning so that they can develop their skills, fulfill their dreams and help build the future,” said Cheri Carter, Vice President of Boeing Global Engagement. “On behalf of Boeing employees everywhere, we congratulate these 600 exceptional students as they commit to a future in STEM.”
“Over the past year, the entire globe has recognized just how vital STEM fields are to the success of our society,” said Casey Welch, CEO of Tallo. “We are honored to join Boeing as they celebrate the nation’s brightest students and inspire a new generation of scientists, tech experts, engineers and mathematicians.”