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Honeywell Sending 238 Students from 26 Countries and 27 States to Participate in Leadership Challenge Academy

MORRIS TOWNSHIP, N.J. Feb. 23 February 26 to March 11 Huntsville, AL

Honeywell’s Leadership Challenge Academy (HLCA), created in partnership with the U.S. Space & Rocket Center provides students with a unique opportunity to engage in sessions addressing current issues in science, technology, and engineering.  The program is designed to build their leadership skills and develop their capacities through hands on challenges.

During the course of the program, students meet with scientists, engineers, and former astronauts to reinforce core leadership competencies and provide them with first-hand accounts of professional experiences.  These competencies include: purposeful leadership, critical thinking, integrated planning, effective communication and team trust and cohesion.  Additionally, many of the activities will require students to present their findings or opinions to a panel of experts.

Hudson Alpha University of Alabama in Huntsville

Tom Buckmaster

Honeywell and the U.S. Space & Rocket Center award the scholarships after a rigorous application and review process based on academic achievement and community involvement.  All junior and senior level high school children of full-time Honeywell employees are eligible to apply.  Financial contributions from Honeywell employees help fund the scholarships, which include tuition for the week-long program, meals, accommodations and program materials.

Deborah Barnhart

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Jill Foster

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SOURCE Honeywell

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