Nearly 15,000 STEM students and professionals traveled from across the nation to attend the 43rd Annual National Society of Black Engineer's (NSBE) Convention in Kansas City last week. And, as the employer for the Kansas City National Security
Campus (KCNSC), Honeywell was there to recruit them for an exciting high-tech career in national security.The convention hosted aspiring and practicing engineers; educators; members of the Greater Kansas City community and representatives of more than 200 academic institutions, government agencies, corporations and nonprofit organizations.
The need for engineers and employees with technical skills is growing at the KCNSC. It is an exciting and challenging time in the nuclear security enterprise with several life extension programs being progressed through their development phases resulting
in increasing workloads.
Honeywell, has been a long-standing supporter of the NSBE organization's mission to increase the number of culturally responsible Black Engineers who excel academically, succeed professionally and positively impact the community.