February 12, 2019
Charleston, SC — High school seniors in South Carolina who are interested in pursuing a career in the STEM field can now apply to be a part of the third annual South Carolina STEM Signing Day, presented by Boeing, BMW, and the South Carolina Manufacturers Alliance. This STEM Signing Day, powered by Tallo, recognizes and celebrates the next generation of STEM talent from around the state. Just like college signing days for athletes, students will sign a letter of intent to pursue a two- or four-year degree in the STEM field after high school.
If chosen, the students from across the state will be recognized at the Signing Day on the South Carolina State House grounds on April 9, 2019. Elected officials and business and community leaders from around the state will attend the ceremony and join Boeing, Tallo, BMW, and the South Carolina Manufacturers Alliance in recognizing these students’ talents and drive for success.
“Choosing a STEM career path is something that should be celebrated, so we’re excited to partner with Tallo again this year to provide this unique opportunity to South Carolina students,” said Erin Fisher, Manager with Boeing Global Engagement.
Any South Carolina high school senior graduating in 2019 can apply by first creating an online account on Tallo. The deadline to apply is March 15, 2019. More information on how to apply can be found at: tallo.com/signingday2019sc
About Tallo: Tallo, based in Mount Pleasant, is an online platform that connects talent with opportunities. Students and professionals use the Tallo app to build digital profiles and find the next step that’s right for them. Colleges, companies, and organizations use Tallo to find the talent they need for schools, jobs, apprenticeships, and more. For more information, visit www.tallo.com.