Gaming testing laboratory and technical consultancy firm BMM Testlabs, has been recognised as one of the Top 50 Workplaces for Native Americans in STEM at NIGA 2018 on 17-20 April in Las Vegas.
BMM’s director, Tribal Gaming, Jodi DiLascio said the company was honoured to be recognised as a ‘Top 50 Workplace for Native Americans in STEM’ in the 2018 Spring Issue of Winds of Change. DiLascio stated BMM’s AISES internship is an example of the commitment BMM Testlabs continues to make to help advance the AISES mission of placing more Native Americans into the field of STEM.
“We are looking forward to celebrating this achievement and welcoming all our Tribal Gaming friends to The Indian Gaming Conference 2018 in Las Vegas,” said DiLascio.
Sarah EchoHawk, AISES CEO added, AISES and BMM Testlabs have teamed up to provide “a valuable internship to inspire and further” a tribal student’s work experience and career options in the gaming industry.
She added: “This is an opportunity to learn from the best at the crossroads of gaming and STEM knowledge.”
BMM’s team of experts will be participating in the educational tracks on Wednesday, April 18, 2018.
11:30 AM – 12:30 PM – Remote Access Monitoring into your Network Room: N254 moderated by Director, Technical Compliance, Peter Nikiper
11:30 AM – 12:30 PM – Exciting STEM Initiates to Develop Tribal Workforces for the Future Room: N262 presented by Director, Tribal Gaming, Jodi DiLascio and Tribal Service Manager, Nelson Lambert
2:00 PM – 3:00 PM – Class II: The New 547.5 Standards. Are You Compliant? Room: N261 participating panelist Director, Technical Compliance, Peter Nikiper
BMM can be found at NIGA booth #918.