STEM City USA, together with wireless tech developer Qualcomm and metaverse building platform Cavrnus, is a finalist for a “Best Metaverse Solution” award, according to Career Communications Group.
The 2022 finalists for all of XR Today’s award categories have been announced. XR Today is a global awards ceremony that honours virtual reality, augmented reality, mixed reality, and metaverse technology innovation and industry achievement.
“I am honored to be recognized in such a prestigious category as STEM City USA. Our goal has always been to bring people together in the metaverse. Tyrone Taborn, CEO of Career Communications Group and president of STEM City USA, remarked, “We only plan to grow from here.” “It’s an honor to be included among other outstanding innovative firms making waves.” Our cutting-edge platform provides a venue for users all around the world to express their creativity and solve problems.”
The STEM City USA platform is intended to provide young people with the materials they need to succeed in their professions and to connect them to STEM routes and careers. The virtual community attempts to bridge the digital gap by offering online learning opportunities to K-12 pupils.
STEM City USA connects experts and decision-makers who share critical knowledge and information to help historically disadvantaged populations improve in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM). Participants can also get additional health, training, mentoring, and lifestyle assistance through this platform.
SCU brings the physical and digital worlds together by producing one-of-a-kind digital encounters
These DIMs are filled with rich content that creates an immersive experience in which all lives collide and merge into a diversified digital community. STEM City USA is based on the successful best practices and proven content of the Black Engineer of the Year and Women of Color in Technology conferences, both of which function in digital twin environments.
The publications of Career Communications Group, Inc. (CCG) are aimed towards students who are interested in professions in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM). STEM is promoted in CCG publications as an important component of global competitiveness and American advancement. As a result, CCG magazines strive to reach, engage, and maintain a diverse audience by exposing them to a variety of employment opportunities, professional life, and forward-thinking role models.