Verizon recruiters tell us about three cutting-edge careers in one of the most urgent and relevant fields in tech: cyber security.
For women in STEM, the IEEE Women in Engineering International Leadership Conference in May is a great place to be.
As STEM jobs increase steadily, Verizon is a strong proponent of research and investment in the field.
Nicki Palmer, a Chief Network Officer at Verizon, spoke to thousands of women about the importance of creating a pipeline of talented women in STEM at the SWE 2015 conference.
Several young girls, along with their mothers, gathered for a mother-and-daughter Black Girls Code workshop at the Howard University Middle School of Math and Science in Washington D.C.
The work done by engineers is central to making the world run and every day brings a new puzzle to solve, a question to debate.
Some of the greatest opportunities and successes in the future will be driven by science and technology.
Innovation is ingrained within Verizon's DNA. Our passion drives us to envision game-changing products and make them a reality.
The Verizon Innovation Program brings ideas to market because it connects the right people at the right time.
Our engineering wonder woman, Nicola (Nicki) Palmer, shares her story with collegiate engineering-hopefuls.