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INROADS Awarded $100,000 from The Coca-Cola Foundation
New high school program focuses on early STEM engagement for girls in grades 9-12
INROADS Elects New Chairman of National Board of Directors
P&G’s Barron Witherspoon brings global leadership experience to directorship
INROADS’ Hot Prospects is a national database of business-ready college graduates. Although 74% of graduating INROADS interns receive offers from their sponsoring companies before they graduate, 26% percent do not. The reasons vary, from M&A activity to changes in leadership, budget, processes or organizational structure. INROADS Hot Prospects gives you access to these diverse, Day-1 ready candidates.
Andrea Johnson-Lee is the Midwest Regional Director of INROADS serving St. Louis, Kansas City, Minneapolis/St. Paul, Iowa and Omaha. Mrs. Johnson-Lee joined INROADS May 2016, after more than 20 years of extensive operations, planning and supervisory experience as an executive in the healthcare industry.
During the Mid-Atlantic’s annual Awards Banquet and Learning Summit the Lockheed Martin team led by Rainia Washington was awarded the Corporate Plus Award. This award honors a sponsoring company that has demonstrated true commitment to the INROADS mission (e.g. quality internships, financial contributions, in-kind gestures, etc.). In addition, Rainia who is also a INROADS Alumna was awarded the MLK I Have … Read More
We want to congratulate INROADS Alumnus John Sneh our 2014 INROADER of the Year on his promotion to Worldwide Sales Executive at IBM. As a Worldwide Executive for the Mobile and API Economy, John is a subject matter expert for API Management Solutions, Mobile Application Platforms and API Security Gateways. John provides executives, senior leaders, and IT organizations with strategies … Read More
I wasn’t supposed to be a Googler. Where I come from, guys like me are not expected to become software engineers. Anthony Mays overcame poverty, abuse and growing up in foster homes to become the first in his family to attend a four-year university. After that, he secured his dream job as a software engineer for Google. “While I’ve always … Read More
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