Boeing's Engineering Job Shadow Program
October 18, 2010
Boeing to host students in the Engineering Job Shadow Program from Saint Louis University, Missouri University of Science & Technology, Northwestern University, Iowa State University, University of Notre Dame, and Washington University-St. Louis on Oct. 18 at the St. Louis headquarters.
Students will visit Boeing-St. Louis, headquarters for Boeing’s Defense, Space and Security (BDS). The St. Louis site is home of the F-15 (Air Force) and F/A-18 (Navy) military aircraft, along with the P8-A and Boeing’s Phantom Works division–the primary research and development business unit of Boeing. Students will spend the day interacting with employees, managers, and executives. They will also be assigned to a recent engineering graduate as a “Job Shadowing Mentor.” These students will receive learn more about the company, receive a tour of the F/A-18 production line and fly in the flight simulators. Boeing’s objective is to give students a deeper understanding what it is to be a new engineer with the company.
Application deadline: Mon., Sept. 13, 5 p.m. For more information or to apply to the Boeing Shadow Program, click here.