Honeywell Black Achievers Society engineering Education Partnership

Honeywell offers two $5,000 annual, renewable scholarships for African American students pursuing a Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering or Computer Science.

Honeywell FM&T president John Ricciardelli (far left) is pictured with recipients of the Honeywell BAS Scholarship and Black Achievers Society President Grant Lewis (far right) who is also a Honeywell employee.

Honeywell FM&T president John Ricciardelli (far left) is pictured with recipients of the Honeywell BAS Scholarship and Black Achievers Society President Grant Lewis (far right) who is also a Honeywell employee.

CRITERIA

  • Cumulative GPA of 3.5 (unweighted)

  • African American student pursuing bachelor’s degree in engineering or computer science (mechanical, industrial, electrical, chemical)

  • Must be accepted to a 4-year ABET college or university (Accreditation Board for Engineering & Technology, Inc.)

  • Special consideration will be given to students attending a Historically Black College or University

  • Renewable for 4 years if student maintains a 3.0 GPA 

Kansas City area community college students who have been accepted to transfer to an accredited four-year institution to pursue a bachelor's degree in engineering are also eligible to apply.

Recipients of this scholarship also have the unique opportunity to be a summer intern at the Kansas City National Security Campus.