Boeing is conducting a large-scale engineering recruiting drive in order to finish certification processes for several of its forthcoming aircraft and fulfil rising customer demand.
Hundreds of new engineers are being hired by the Arlington, VA-based company as it works with the Federal Aviation Administration to certify its future Boeing 777X aircraft, as well as the Boeing 737 MAX 10 and MAX 7, the model’s longest and shortest variants, respectively.
Boeing also announced a new $8 million multi-year agreement with the Thurgood Marshall College Fund (TMCF) to assist the development of future technical talent at Historically Black Colleges and Universities through 2026.
Following a $6 million investment by the aerospace giant in 2016, the two companies have formed a partnership.
A new fast-track hiring initiative for unfilled positions at Boeing locations near partner colleges will be part of it.
Boeing revealed earlier this year that it plans to hire more than 7,000 engineers globally, up from 4,800 in 2021.
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