Boeing is pleased to pay tribute to the Tuskegee Airmen and celebrate the contributions of HBCU graduates by sponsoring ESPN Events’ inaugural Red Tails Classic.
Meet some of our HBCU graduates
HBCU alumni support numerous areas of our company and have made impressive achievements in their careers at Boeing. The list is continuously growing.
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Boeing HBCU Day
Connect with Boeing’s HBCU community on September 14 from 5:00-6:30pm ET to learn about our culture, upcoming intern and entry level positions, and how to compete to join a team that will help build the future. Register on our partner’s site, the Thurgood Marshall College Fund portal, to attend the event.
Congratulations to the Boeing Thurgood Marshall College Fund Scholars
In 2018, The Boeing Company announced a $6 million investment in the future technical workforce through a partnership with the Thurgood Marshall College Fund (TMCF), the nation’s largest organization exclusively representing the Black college community. This program provides an unparalleled opportunity to introduce students to Boeing’s collaborative culture and career paths through scholarship linked internships, enhanced campus engagement, immersive student program experiences, and capacity-building grants.
T-7A Red Hawk
Check out the T-7A Red Hawk model at the Boeing Hangar in the Fan Zone
Tuskegee History Center
For nearly a quarter of a century the Tuskegee History Center has presented and preserved powerful stories about past triumphs and tragedies of Alabama’s Macon County, including its county seat – Tuskegee. Founded primarily as a permanent memorial to over 600 African American men betrayed by government and medical professionals during the infamous Tuskegee Syphilis Study. The Center now, also takes visitors through generations of history and civil rights struggles, including spotlighting the heroic Tuskegee Airmen and the role they played as combat escort fighter pilots during World War II. Unique among local sites, the Center is also known as the Tuskegee Human and Civil Rights Multicultural Center. Social justice advocates are sure to appreciate the Center’s interactive exhibits, ‘history maker’ public programs, and seldom told truths that inform, educate, and inspire.
Visit online at www.tuskegeecenter.org