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An invitation-only luncheon hosted by Intel on September 28, 2015 to learn more about the National GEM Consortium (GEM). GEM and Intel have a long-standing partnership,. Intel hosted this event to solicit industry partners in the Silicon Valley to create a joint pipeline strategy to achieve full representation The goal was to educate companies in the region to learn about GEM on what the organization can do to help increase representation of underrepresented minority students in the STEM field.
On June 20 2013, University of South Carolina hosted the “Palmetto State GEM Industry Outreach Program” to encourage companies local to their campus to support graduate students and to consider joining GEM! Current member institutions, Clemson University (Karen Burg and Juan Gilbert), IBM (Alan Mingo and William Lawrence), MIT Lincoln Laboratory (David Martinez), Oak Ridge National Laboratory (Channa Palmer) and of course USC (Wright Culpepper, Jessica Elfenbein, Lacy Ford and Mike Matthews) gave presentations on the GEM value proposition to their institutions.
We sincerely thank USC for hosting his phenomenal program. We encourage other current member institutions to actively seek new industry members to join GEM to support your students. Please send industry referrals or your employer recruitment ideas to firstname.lastname@example.org.