Today we announced DENSO is sponsoring and attending the National Society of Black Engineers’ (NSBE) 47th Annual Convention, held virtually this year April 5-9. Our support is part of the company’s continued focus on improving diversity and inclusion (D&I) not just within our own walls, but across the automotive industry.
“Mobility is constantly evolving,” said Denise Carlson, vice president of DENSO’s North American Production Innovation Center and the company’s executive lead for D&I. “In order to meet its changing demands, we are building teams with people who have dynamic backgrounds and perspectives, which helps us innovate more quickly and create more impactful solutions. It’s why we’re at NSBE, and it’s crucial to our future success.”
During the event, we look to hire nearly 100 co-ops and interns for summer 2021, fall 2021 and spring 2022. Roles will be available at various DENSO locations, including our North American headquarters in Southfield, Michigan; our thermal manufacturing facility in Battle Creek, Michigan; and our manufacturing facilities in Osceola, Arkansas, and in Athens and Maryville, Tennessee. Know someone who might be interested? Send them here: https://bit.ly/3fcCHRI.
We also intend to hire participants for our IGNITE Program, a two-year rotational assignment that offers recent college graduates unique career development opportunities, virtually and in person, at different DENSO sites. These roles will be based in Southfield, Michigan; Plano, Texas; and Maryville, Tennessee. Direct those who might be a fit to this link: https://bit.ly/31B7bFi.
For more about our presence at this year’s event and why it’s important to creating more inclusive work environments, go here: https://bit.ly/3mqhO76Tags: Company Direction