Due to increasing concerns about COVID-19, as well as recent public health and safety directives, Boeing’s Arizona STEM Signing Day has been postponed to a later date. We will announce the new date for the event once it has been determined. In addition, the deadline to apply has been extended to Thursday, April 30.
All Arizona seniors who plan to attend a two or four-year college or university and pursue a degree or program in a STEM field (science, technology, engineering, mathematics) are eligible to apply for recognition.
Just like Signing Day for athletes, Boeing’s Arizona STEM Signing Day will celebrate students from across the state as they make their commitments to education programs focusing on science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
There is a high demand for STEM talent in the United States, and Arizona STEM Signing Day will be an opportunity to recognize the top students of STEM in the state with Boeing corporate leaders and community partners. Selected students will be invited to a ceremony and special presentation, where they will be recognized in front of their families and our esteemed guests. Students will sign “letters of intent” to their chosen STEM field at the event.
Bonus: An optional tour of the Boeing, Mesa facility to follow the ceremony. Details will be provided to selected winners.
Arizona graduating high school seniors who have an interest in science, technology, engineering and mathematics, and plan to pursue a two or four-year degree in related fields are encouraged to apply.
To apply to be selected as an Arizona STEM Signing Day 2020 participant, please complete the application below and submit it by the required deadline.
Applicants will be selected based on the strength, completeness and merit of their application. Winners will be contacted by Boeing via email with instructions and additional information about the event.
Areas of Education: Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics
The SciTech Institute is the Foundation that encompasses some of the strongest STEM initiatives in Arizona, including the Arizona SciTech Festival, the Chief Science Officers Program, the RAIN Grant, the AZ STEM School Community of Practice, and Science for All.
The SciTech Institute is a collaborative initiative with the Arizona Commerce Authority and the Arizona Technology Council Foundation.