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NBEF HOSTS CAREER CLUSTER FOR STUDENTS IN ENGINEERING AND COMPUTER SCIENCE

Posted by admin on December 11, 2023
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New Brunswick High School and New Brunswick Health Sciences Technology High School alumni (who are a part of NBEF’s Network) hosts group session that offer advice and guidance for students pursuing careers in STEM, Nursing, Business and Communications, and Social Work and Psychology.

In that regard, on November 11th via zoom, Dr. Emmanuel (Johnson) Dorely, a NBHS alumnus, facilitated the NBEF STEM Career Cluster workshop titled “Maximize Your Undergraduate Experience.” Dr. Dorley discussed with the group of college students majoring in engineering and computer science such topics as paid internships, developing soft and hard skills, mentoring, networking, and much more. He is passionate about giving back to the New Brunswick community and helping students maximize opportunities that they may not know exist.


Dr. Dorley earned his undergraduate degree in Computer Engineering from North Carolina A&T State University. He then distinguished himself as a Fulbright Scholar having traveled to the UK to acquire his master’s degree in Robotics, and ultimately acquired his Ph.D. in Computer Science from the University of Southern California (with a concentration in Artificial Intelligence). Dr. Emmanuel Johnson is now a Professor at the University of Florida in Gainesville. 

He is also a former multi-year scholarship recipient and current member of the NBEF Board of Directors. Additionally, during the 2022 NBEF Awards Gala, Dr. Dorley was inducted into the Hall of Distinguished Alumni of New Brunswick High School.