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The career fair is coming to Los Angeles.

The event is set for Tuesday, Oct. 19, at the Metrodome in downtown Los Angeles and is expected to draw more than 200,000 attendees.

The event, called the STEM Fair 2020, aims to promote diversity in the industry and offer opportunities to young women who are pursuing STEM degrees.

It is part of the 2020 Los Angeles 2020 project, which seeks to promote inclusion, inclusion, diversity and inclusion.

The STEM Fair, which is sponsored by the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority, is a three-day event aimed at getting more women involved in the tech industry and increasing participation in STEM fields such as engineering, medicine, psychology and business.

The STEM Expo is the first major event of its kind in Los Angeles to be held on a global stage.

The city is celebrating the 10th anniversary of the first STEM Expo in 2006, and in the decade since, the event has become one of the biggest gatherings of women in the U.S.

It’s an opportunity for women to show off their talents, get support from industry leaders and network with other young women in their fields.

As the 2020s near, women in tech are stepping up to face the challenges that come with being a part of a tech industry, and that’s why the STEM Expo has become an important part of that effort.

The 2020s are already shaping up to be a pivotal year for the tech sector, as the federal government prepares to lift its ban on new and existing federal contractors from discriminating against women in hiring.

The decision could also have implications for the technology industry as the tech community faces a number of challenges including the growing opioid crisis.

The federal ban was put in place to prevent companies from discriminating on the basis of gender and gender-based employment practices, such as hiring practices that discriminate based on a person’s gender identity.

However, it could also allow discrimination in the workplace based on gender identity or expression.

“I think we’re really starting to see the first signs of progress in that area,” said Alicia Crespo, an associate professor at the University of Southern California.

“It’s really important that people understand that they are making a positive difference, that they can contribute, and they can be part of this.”

The STEMFair is a big deal for women who want to enter tech, as it will be the first time they can show off what they can do.

Crespo said she has never experienced a STEMFair before and believes the event will help young women to understand what it’s like to be in tech and also give them a platform to get support and advice from industry professionals and industry leaders.

“We can’t wait to show that they’re not alone in that and we can help them figure out how to find their passion,” Crespon said.

The event is sponsored and supported by the National Science Foundation, the American Museum of Natural History, the University at Albany, the California Institute of Technology, the Los Alamos National Laboratory, the UCLA Institute of Neuroscience, the National Center for Science Education, the Silicon Valley Leadership Academy and the USC Center for Women in Science.

The 2019 STEM Expo took place in 2019 in Pasadena, California.