ISOA's  BEEM Career Fair

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ISOA's BEEM Career Fair

Help excited youth explore future career opportunities and inspire them to believe that “If You Can Dream It…You Can Do It”!


When and where

Date and time

Friday, May 5 · 12 - 2pm CDT


Ida B. Wells Elementary School 244 Foster Street Nashville, TN 37207

About this event

  • 2 hours
  • Mobile eTicket

ISOA's Annual BEEM Career Fair

ISOA’s BEEM (Business Exchange for the Entrepreneurially Minded) Career Fair is designed to give youth early exposure to career options and positive role models who they may not normally have the opportunity to interact with during their daily life journey. Held continuously since 1991 (with the exception of the Pandemic), the BEEM Career Fair was the first program in Nashville to focus on exposing children, especially less advantaged youth, as early as pre-kindergarten to business and career possibilities.

About the organizer

Organized by

ISOA, The Interdenominational Services Organization of America, is a community based, non-religious affiliated, non-profit {501(c)(3)} organization with a mission of posturing youth, women, and the less advantaged for economic success. ISOA was founded by Dr. Millicent Lownes-Jackson in 1990 and is guided by a dynamic board of volunteer professionals committed to the organization’s mission who believe that if you have been blessed to get ahead professionally, you have a responsibility to give back and help others succeed. The Chair of the Board is Monique L. Gant, Metropolitan Nashville Public School Educator.