CCG is in its 20th year of publishing magazines
that lead the way in the celebration of diversity and promotion of equal
opportunity for minorities in the fields of
engineering, math, science, and information technology.
US Black Engineer & InformationTechnology, published four times peryear, is devoted to engineering, science, and information technology and to promoting opportunities in those fields for Black Americans. Hispanic Engineer & Information Technology, published two times per year, is dedicated to promoting these opportunities for Hispanic Americans. Women of Color Conference Magazine, published three times a year for the Women of Color Technology
Awards Conferences, presents the inspiring success stories of our award winners and other female trailblazers in the fields of technology and science.
The magazines, with a combined readership of more than 130,000 in the U.S.,
Great Britain, and South Africa, have a
history of presenting ideas, current
events, and profiles of successful Hispanics, African Americans, Native
Americans, and Asian Americans in technology-related disciplines. Articles on organizations that have achieved
exemplary results in the diversification
of their technology work forces are
The goal of each publication is to provide
a broad-based and interesting set of features, articles, stories, and opinions that
amplify the opportunities and progress
that minorities are achieving. The intent is
to provide information that can be helpful
and supportive to the audience in preparing
for and taking that next career step,
by promoting successes and pointing to
the organizations that are committed to
helping minorities move forward.