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Applications due for Boeing Mentorship Program

Apply for the Boeing Mentorship Program!

WSU engineering students are paired with a mentor from Boeing who can provide information about the aerospace industry, opportunities at Boeing, and general career guidance.  Students are expected to act in a professional manner at all times, to attend all scheduled events, and to be proactive in communicating with mentors.  Students will also be expected to extend invitations to fellow students and to help publicize Boeing guest speaking events on campus.

Program Highlights:

-Kick-off Luncheon & Tour of Boeing Facility

-Career Guidance from a Boeing Professional

-Virtual Speaking Events Hosted by Boeing

-Midyear Luncheon & Tour of Boeing Facility

 

Application Information:

Pullman

Applications are available on the VCEA web, in EME 202H, or by email brabb@wsu.edu

Questions? Sandi Brabb at brabb@wsu.edu, EME 202H or 509.335.3740

 

Bremerton

Applications are available in MESH Office, ST 103, or email samantha.cooper2@wsu.edu for a PDF version.

Questions? Samantha Cooper  at 360-473-2822 or samantha.cooper2@wsu.edu

 

Everett

Applications are available at WSU North Puget Sound Everett Room 421 OR email engineering.everett@wsu.edu for a PDF version.

Questions? Pam Loughlin at engineering.everett@wsu.edu

www.vcea.wsu.edu/mentorships/

 

Boeing Career Development Lecture Series

Boeing’s Justin Obrien will visit the WSU campus as a speaker. The topic will be The Future …Today.

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Week of Women in STEM, April 2-5, 2018

The Week of Women in STEM is designed to provide inspiration and professional development by bringing professionals and students together for networking and mentoring. A special showing on April 2, 8-10 p.m., of the acclaimed movie, “Hidden Figures” will kick off the week, followed by a keynote speech by Gerri Martin-Flickinger, Executive Vice President and Chief Technology Officer of Starbucks April 3, and a unique STEM panel discussion and dinner on April 4. The week’s events will include in a formal dinner with a scientist/engineer for students and industry alumni. On Thursday, April 5th, the American Association of University Women will present two salary negotiation workshops. » More ...

Boeing Career Development Lecture Series

Boeing’s Christin Datz will visit the WSU campus as a speaker. The topic will be Eco Demonstration.

This event is open to all students.

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Boeing Career Development Lecture Series

Boeing’s David A. Okrent will be visiting the WSU campus as a speaker. His topic will be Aerospace Marketing.

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Navair Information Session

The Naval Air Warfare Center Weapons Division (NAWCWD) is an organization within the Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR) dedicated to maintaining a center of excellence in weapons development for the Department of the Navy (DoN). NAWCWD has two locations in sunny Southern California; China Lake hosting the land test range, and Point Mugu hosting the sea test range. Naval Air Warfare Center Weapons Division (NAWCWD) supports the Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR) by providing the warfighter with absolute combat power through technologies that deliver dominant combat effects and matchless capabilities by:

–   Performing Research, Development, Acquisition, Test and Evaluation (RDAT&E); logistics, and in-service support for guided missiles, free-fall weapons, targets, support equipment, crew systems, and electronic warfare

–   Integrating weapons and avionics on tactical aircraft

–   Operating the Navy’s western land and sea range T&E complex

–   Developing and applying new technology to ensure battle space dominance

 

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