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28 JUL 2012 Job Opportunities Abound. We're Hiring. By Kenneth Mallory and Tiffany Bain The ability of the energy industry to provide employment opportunities was discussed at the National Urban League Conference panel, "The 411 on Energy and Employment: Why Urban Communities Need to Be a Part of the Conversation." While the industry is a top producer of jobs, the need to attract more African Americans to those jobs and make them more aware of what opportunities the energy industry has to offer was a central issue discussed... Read More Tweet #UrbanLeague by: Ashley Seawright Shell Oil: Helping Power America's Future through Education 7/28 Schedule Complete Agenda 8:00am-2:00pm Registration Open 9:00am-11:00am Plenary Session V: State of Urban Education 9:00am-3:45pm Small Business Matters One-Day Entrepreneurship Summit Backstage Pass is taking you behind- the-scenes with exclusive footage of con- nference speakers, VIPs, celebrities and conference participants. Join Politic365 Executive Editor Jeff Johnson and Editor-in-Chief Kristal High as they provide expanded coverage of this year's conference Event Photos 11:00am-4:30pm The N.U.L. Experi- ence Expo Hall and Career & Network- ing Fair Finding sustainable sources of energy is not the only problem facing the United States that Shell Oil Company is actively combating. For years, Shell Oil has worked to develop the nation's future sci- entists and engineers. Shell's goal is to grow America's future Albert Einstein right here at home. To fulfill this goal, Shell has partnered with numerous organizations to improve STEM education for...Read More Event Sponsors Digital Partner 11:00am-2:00pm Third Annual Project Ready Invitational College Fair 12:00pm-2:00pm Women of Power Awards Luncheon (Ticket Required) What You Missed

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