The impact the Birmingham Business Alliance’s Talent Recruitment Project (TRP) Engineering and Technology workshop has on participating students is invaluable. Read about one Alabama A&M University student’s experience:
“My name is Kyle Littles. I am a graduate of Alabama A&M University. I graduated in the spring of 2016. My degree is in Logistics and supply chain management. I have been employed with Honda Manufacturing of Alabama for six months now. My attendance to the BBA talent recruitment event played a big part in helping me land my Job with Honda. The event in its entirety is great, but I especially enjoyed personally going around and interacting with the companies during the meet and greet events throughout the day. I feel I was able to clearly see what each company was looking for and get a sense of what talents I could offer to that company. Allowing students, the opportunity to have that interaction helps them feel as if the sky is truly the limit when it comes to the careers they choose to take, and helps build confidence to put ourselves out there to obtain the career goals we desire.” – Kyle Littles, Honda employee
The Birmingham Business Alliance Talent Recruitment Project (TRP) will host its Engineering and Technology workshop this year at 8:30 a.m., Friday, April 21, at Barber Motorsports Park for companies interested in engaging with leading tech talent from various Alabama universities.
Local companies can still register to participate in the event and gain the opportunity to mingle with top STEM students like Kyle from across the region. The employer registration fee of $25 includes: