August 15, 2011 | last updated June 1, 2012 10:37 am

Hartford welcomes diverse students

INROADS, the nation's largest non-profit source of corporate internships for underserved students, held its 21st annual awards banquet at the Connecticut Convention Center on July 27. More than 500 people, including college interns from 20 states and area corporate diversity leaders, attended the event, including, from left, Joelle Murchison Hayes, vice president, Enterprise Diversity & Inclusion, Travelers; Tina Oyeniya, project engineer, Hamilton Sundstrand and an INROADS alumnus; Anita Gardea, a Los Angeles resident and current INROADS intern at Pratt & Whitney as well as and one of the evening's awards winners; Dantaya Williams, director, workforce diversity, United Technologies Corp.; and Andre Lee, territory vice president- East, INROADS. UTC is the largest provider of INROADS corporate internships since 2007.


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