High school student - Summer Programs

Honeywell is involved in a variety of summer schools programs for high school students including:

Engineering Aid Australia's IAESS summer camps (NSW and WA) are designed to provide a challenging environment for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students to discover the benefits of engineering, provide a forum for students to meet engineering role models and to gain insights into the excitement and opportunities engineering can provide to our communities. Students are given the opportunity to meet engineers, participate in design work and other hands-on activities that will test newly acquired engineering skills, visit engineering projects and gain an understanding of the job opportunities that are available within the profession.

This year the week-long summer school included a site visit to the Sydney Opera House for all 23 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander high school students. They gained insight into the type of work in which Honeywell is involved at this iconic site. In Western Australia, the students attended a site visit of the fantastic Fiona Stanley hospital. These exciting camps are all free-of-charge with costs covered by sponsors such as Honeywell.

To read more about the Engineering Aid Australia camps, please click here: EAA 2017 Newsletter








The HESS camp is designed for Year 11 and 12 students across NSW and the ACT who have an interest in engineering. It is a week-long camp aimed to further inspire students who are passionate about engineering to consider it as a career.

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