Company Profile: Career Communications Group

CCG has built strong, lasting partnerships with many of the top companies and government agencies in America. The strength of these relationships has been developed around the premise that thoughtful, substantive corporate diversity strategies will reap positive returns on that investment in both the short and long term.

CCG has created an integrated and inspiring group of magazines, dynamic Web sites, and outstanding annual national conferences that provide a powerful forum for organizations to find and retain the best and the brightest minority technologists.

CCG’s approach is unique. Our business strategy connects our audience minority technology professionals, aspiring college and university technology students, and pre-college students who are interested in a technology future with the organizations that have the potential to fulfill their career goals. CCG reaches tens of thousands of minority students and professionals each year with the goal of introducing them to opportunities and providing the motivation to take that next step to a high-potential, technology oriented career.

CCG consultants/associates work with partner organizations to position and use CCG’s products and services to help the partners expand the impact of their diversity strategies and programs. The tactical goal is to assist partners in the recruiting and the retention of top minority engineers, scientists, mathematicians, and information technologists. The increased visibility resulting from these initiatives sends an important signal to potential candidates that our partners have proactive diversity strategies. For the firms’ minority employees, it reinforces their original decision to join that organization. The long-term objective is to enhance the visibility of the partners’ diversity programs, within the minority technology community and within their own organizations.

It is also intended to demonstrate that the partners are not only committed to but also proactive in the development of a diverse high-tech employee team, because they know that it is best for the organizations’ long-term success.
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