Honeywell Aerospace professionals will visit Arizona classrooms this October to teach students about engineering and manufacturing careers.
“Our goal is to get high school students interested in STEM and the aerospace industry. We're working with them here locally in Arizona, and more broadly across the U.S.,” said Josh Pascoe, Honeywell’s vice president of talent acquisition, inclusion and diversity.
Honeywell hopes to find future employees through visits to more than 20 schools in Phoenix, Peoria, Tucson and other Arizona cities.
Phoenix-based Honeywell Aerospace is Arizona’s 21st largest employer, with almost 7,800 employees, according to Phoenix Business Journal research.