Boeing Scholars Program
Every fall, 12 junior-level students from across the Pullman campus are selected as WSU Boeing Scholars. Two are selected from the College of Arts and Sciences, four from the Carson College of Business, four from the Voiland College of Engineering and Architecture, two from the Murrow College of Communication. The Boeing Scholars are selected as a cohort – meaning that applicants are valued for both their individual qualifications and their potential contribution to the group.
The Boeing Company instituted this research-based scholarship program at WSU to provide a multidisciplinary educational experience for outstanding students. When Boeing Scholars enter the globally competitive industrial workplace, they already have experience working with professionals from a range of disciplines.
Selected early in their junior year, Boeing Scholars receive a scholarship award, participate in on-campus events and a site visit to Boeing, and apply for a summer internship within The Boeing Company.
In their senior year, each member receives a scholarship award and the cohort participates in a multidisciplinary design course in which they address Boeing-sponsored projects with a variety of components. The project culminates in a formal presentation to Boeing management, an entry in the WSU Business Plan Competition, and participation in the WSU SURCA event.
Visit the Boeing Scholars website for program details and application information.