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Engineering students tour Super Hornet factory

North Carolina A&T State University is one of 150 schools The Boeing Company is involved with to help teach and inspire the next generation of aerospace employees. A group of A&T engineering students recently visited Boeing to hear from engineers working in the field and to get a glimpse of what their future may hold.

The students toured the St. Louis production facility where the F/A-18 Super Hornet is built and received several hours of classroom instruction from Boeing engineers who discussed systems engineering, propulsion integration and computational electromagnetics.

“The engineering skills that feed the aerospace industry are in short supply across the United States. We need to do what we can to cultivate that, reach out and bring in the next generation of talent studying science, technology, engineering and mathematics, and these visits help us do that.”

“The engineering skills that feed the aerospace industry are in short supply across the United States.  We need to do what we can to cultivate that, reach out and bring in the next generation of talent studying science, technology, engineering and mathematics, and these visits help us do that,” said Rick Martin, chief engineer for Advanced Boeing Military Aircraft.