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BASE

Boeing Accelerated Student Experience

WHAT is BASE?

The Boeing Accelerated Student Experience (BASE) brings together diverse students from across the United States and immerses them in the world of aerospace. BASE is designed for rising college sophomore students to engage, explore, and enrich themselves personally and professionally. Selected students will receive all-expenses-paid lodging, meals and travel to Seattle for four days, August 1-4, 2017.

Engage: Collaborate with other students from some of the world’s best universities and employees from around the company to learn how your passion can take flight at Boeing.

Explore: Get a behind-the-scenes tour of Boeing’s 737 production facility in Renton, Washington, hear from leading innovators in flight and space, race the streets of downtown Seattle in a winner-takes-all scavenger hunt – this is not your typical experience – this is BASE.

Enrich: Dive into the world of aerospace with a first-of-its-kind, real-time challenge designed to get you thinking creatively and working cross-functionally with students in and outside of your major.

  • 1 Event

  • 4 Days

  • 50 Participants

  • $0 to Attend

Program Details

WHEN is BASE?

August 1-4, 2017.

WHERE is BASE?

Seattle, Wash., in the beautiful Pacific Northwest.

WHO can apply for BASE?

See below for a list of requirements to apply:

  • Current enrolled student pursuing a bachelor’s degree
  • Freshman year completed by August 2017
  • Strong academic credentials
  • Keen interest in Business, Information Technology, Finance, Supply Chain Management, Human Resources, Engineering, or other related fields
  • Demonstrated leadership, problem solving, and strong verbal and written communication skills
  • Fluent in English, as all BASE program activities will be conducted in English
  • Able to attend all four days of the program
  • Boeing will not provide or sponsor visas. Boeing will not cover the costs of international travel expenses for those students who are accepted to the program but are located outside of the United States. As a condition of participation, the student is responsible for ensuring that he or she is legally entitled to be in the United States and to participate in this program.

The BASE program is open to all higher education students and is committed to addressing diversity in our company and the technology industry. Students who are members of a group that is historically underrepresented in this field are encouraged to apply.

Applications are accepted April 15-30.

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