NTA 20/20 Vision:

STEM Diversity Powering The Keeping It 100!

Our mission is to diversify the practitioners of science by providing programs to encourage under-represented minority students in middle school, high school, and college, to pursue careers in science, technology, engineering and math. In addition, we mentor and nurture young technical professionals to help them develop the skill to innovate solutions for today’s technical problems.

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20/20 Vision: Keeping It 100 - Powering the Next Generation of STEM Diversity

Due to the impact of the COVID 19 Pandemic the National Technical Association (NTA) will conduct a Virtual 92nd Annual Conference to be held online from September 22, 2021 with Clark Atlanta University serving as the institutional host. The conference will feature remote presentations from technical experts with live participant interaction. The theme for the conference is:

Visit the student symposium to review the exciting oral research presentations submitted:

NTA Conference

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Become a Member:

Originally established by African-Americans to confront discrimination and unequal opportunity, NTA today is an organization for all minorities, women, and youth pursuing technical careers.  Today nearly half of NTA professional members are women, a testimony to the work throughout its years as an icon for excellence and diversity in America.
 
NTA  Professional Member Benefits include some of the following:

Don’t forget to register for the conference.  Discussions based on the theme will expound on the ideas and methods available to the NTA to broaden participation in STEM and assist in training the technical workforce for the global economy.

We invite all individuals and organizations to participate. The event kicks off on Wednesday with a live broadcast of our opening speaker followed by two days of online panels, live chats and other special events to promote professional and career development.