With Boeing’s EU Graduate Program, participants from across the EU will get to learn about and work on a variety of local projects, visit sites across Europe, gain international experience and build up their global networks.
We are launching a 2-year EU graduate program 🚀— Boeing Europe (@BoeingEurope) July 1, 2022
Early career talent and university graduates now can kick off their career in aerospace by discovering programs, projects and sites throughout 🇪🇺.
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1. EU Graduate Program
Boeing has launched a two-year program for early career talent and university graduates as part of its strategy to grow in Europe. With the new program, Boeing is strengthening its long partnership with the European industry and footprint across the region.
For us at Boeing, the EU Graduate Program is an important investment in future leaders and a commitment to strengthen our footprint in Germany. We are allowing talents who are entering the professional world to discover different sites, working environments and programs in Germany and the EU.Dr. Michael Haidinger, President of Boeing Germany, Central & Eastern Europe and the Nordics
Boeing is considering graduates who obtained a degree before October 2022, alluring prospective candidates to the possibility of moving into a permanent role. The multinational is looking to fill positions on Business and IT, Engineering and Supply Chain.
“This is the best possible way to start a successful career in aerospace and this is the kind of talent we are looking for at Boeing to strengthen our presence as a partner of the aerospace industry in this part of the world,” added Haidinger.
2. Rotating locations
Successful candidates will start in autumn 2022 at a ‘home’ location of their choosing — in Munich, Frankfurt or Hamburg. After the first six months, they will spend time discovering two other Boeing sites across Europe, including Spain, France, the Netherlands, Poland and Sweden (six months per site), before coming back to their ‘home’ location for a final six months at the program.
“We are delighted to offer a program that is truly European. While a Master in a technical or business-related field is preferred, talented bachelor students are also very welcome to apply,” encouraged Michael Fors, Boeing Workforce Development Leader.