Graduates & Students
Honeywell understands that identifying and nurturing top talent at the undergraduate
and graduate levels is critical to meeting our business needs and growth plans.
Wherever you are in your academic career, we emphasize continuous learning and provide
numerous opportunities to improve your skills and grow your experiences with us.
As a summer intern with Honeywell, you'll work side by side with experienced professionals
in such fields as Operations, Engineering & Technology, Finance, or Marketing
& Business Management. The mentoring you'll receive from Honeywell leaders -
as well as the informal social and networking opportunities - will add tremendous
value to your internship experience.
As a graduate intern, Honeywell offers you the opportunity to explore potential
career paths while adding value to our business. You'll network with and work alongside
business leaders, managers and others within Honeywell's strategic business groups,
while completing challenging assignments in one or more functional areas, including
Engineering, Finance, HR & Communications, Information Technology, Law & Government
Relations, Marketing & Business Management, Operations, and Sales.
Internships last about 12 weeks and include salary; in some cases relocation benefits
are provided. Once you complete a successful internship, we may extend an offer
for full-time employment based on business need and availability.
Undergrad Co-op Opportunities
Honeywell offers co-op positions to students interested in augmenting their studies
with a hands-on, part-time position in their field. Co-op assignments are managed
by our individual businesses. Contact your campus career placement office to determine
whether your school participates in formal co-op programs, and visit our search page for Honeywell co-op opportunities
in your area.
Honeywell hires graduates directly based on our business needs. Opportunities typically
fall within the following functional areas across all of our businesses, including
Engineering, Finance; HR & Communications, Information Technology, Law &
Government Relations, Marketing & Business Management, Operations, and Sales.
For details about Honeywell events on your campus, contact your career services,
or visit our University events calendar.
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online course to help college students and recent college graduates develop the
professional skills they will need to be successful in their transition from campus
Innovators Scholarship Program
Honeywell continually seeks strong engineering and technology talent from target
universities around the globe. Through our Innovators Scholarship Program, students
have the opportunity to receive a paid internship at a Honeywell facility, and scholarship
money to apply toward their final school year.
We presently offer the program to students attending select Universities in the
The application deadline for the program is November 30, 2013. For India, the deadline is May 31, 2014.
The Honeywell Innovators Scholarship Program is open to Bachelor's, Master's or select PhD students who will be entering their final academic year of study in 2014. To apply, you must:
- Be a current student at one of our target universities, pursuing a degree in one
of the following disciplines:
- Aerospace Engineering
- Chemical Engineering
- Computer Engineering
- Electronics & Communication
- Electrical Engineering
- Mechanical Engineering
- Meet our academic performance requirements:
- Achieving 90-100 on a 0-100 point scale (for students
- Achieving 80-100 on a 0-100 point scale (for students
- Achieving 1 or 2 on a 1-4 point scale (for students
in the Czech Republic)
- Achieving 7+ or 8+ on a 1-8/10 point scale; 70+
or 80+ on a 1-100 point scale (students in India)
- Demonstrate strong verbal and written communication skills
- Have legal authorization to perform labor in one of the following countries: China,
the Czech Republic, India, or Mexico.
If you meet all of the
eligibility requirements, you can apply for the Honeywell
Innovators Scholarship by clicking on the name of your participating university.
This will take you to our careers website where you will complete an online application.
This includes a candidate profile, a copy of your resume/CV, a copy of your university
transcript, and your responses (in English) to both of the following essay questions.
Essays can be no more than 500 words for each question and should be submitted in
an attached file.
Essay 1: Describe a project you managed where there were many obstacles to success.
What did you do to overcome those obstacles?
Essay 2: Describe a situation in which you identified a problem and took action
to correct it rather than wait for someone else to do so.
To APPLY - Select your participating University from the list below:
Beihang University (BUAA), Beijing
CzechTechnical University, Prague
University of Technology, Brno
Technical University of Ostrava, Ostrava
Manipal Institute of Technology, Manipal
Birla Institute of Technology and Science, Pilani
College of Engineering, Pune
Centro de Enseñanza Técnica y Superior (CETYS), Mexicali
Universidad de Baja California, Baja, CA
The application deadline for the program is November 30, 2013.For India, it is May 31, 2014.
Frequently Asked Questions
When is the application deadline?
November 30, 2013. For India, it is May 31, 2014.
When will I be notified of the result of my application?
March 15, 2014. For India, it is in November.
How is the scholarship awarded?
Upon completion of the internship, students will be awarded their scholarship. The
payment of the scholarship varies based on each country's and university's practices.
Interns with one semester or half an academic year remaining after their internship,
will receive a pro-rated amount of the full scholarship linked to your region.
How can I withdraw my application?
Send an e-mail indicating your desire to withdraw from further consideration to
If I have missed the application deadline for this program, how can I find out
about additional Honeywell career opportunities?
Honeywell is continually looking for highly qualified and skilled individuals for
internships and full-time opportunities.
Create a profile on the
Honeywell Careers Website.
From there you can search through our jobs database or create an automatic notification
that will send you a note via e-mail if there is a job that becomes available that
matches your career interest.
What are the work authorization requirements for scholarship applicants?
You must have legal work authorization in one of the following countries: China,
the Czech Republic, India, or Mexico.
Will you accept non-English applications and documents?
No, all applications and materials MUST be in English to be considered for the Innovators
Early Career Programs
Accelerate your learning in your chosen career path by finding a program that matches
your individual skills and background. There are many different programs to choose
from with each offering a one-of-a-kind opportunity for growth.
Honeywell offers Early Career Programs across a variety of functions in geographies
all over the world within the businesses that represent the Company's diverse portfolio.
You'll gain firsthand experience through high-quality work assignments, mentoring
from senior leadership, and learning experiences specific to your interests and
Visit our search page to learn more about
The following programs are examples of some of the Early Career Programs that Honeywell
offers and are available to qualified candidates.
Examples of Early Career Programs
Integrated Supply Chain Development Program (ISCDP)
ISCDP programs accelerate the development of supply chain professionals by providing
them rotational assignments that impart understanding of end-to-end integrated supply
chain. The program is available to undergraduates majoring in supply chain, business,
and engineering disciplines. This program is sponsored by both our Aerospace &
Performance Materials and Technologies businesses and is currently available in
the United States.
UOP Career Development Program (CDP)
The UOP-CDP program is a unique training program that prepares graduates for working
with UOP customers world-wide. This program is available to undergraduates and graduates
majoring in chemical, petroleum, or mechanical engineering. The program is sponsored
by our Performance Materials and Technologies business (UOP) and is currently available
in multiple countries throughout the world.
Finance Undergraduate Rotational Leadership Development Program (FURDLP)
The Finance Development program is a finance career path that helps build lasting
skill sets in accounting/controllership, financial planning and analysis, and operations
and sales excellence. This program is available to undergraduates majoring in finance
and accounting. The program is sponsored by our Aerospace and Automation and Control
Solutions businesses and is currently available in the United States.
The Pathways program is intended to accelerate your development through a variety
of focused experiences and executive mentoring as you initiate your HR career at
Honeywell. Pathways is a self-directed, flexible rotational program that generally
involves varied real job assignments, while receiving guidance, opportunities and
training from executive sponsors. The program is available to graduates majoring
in human resources. The program is sponsored by all of our businesses and is currently
available in the United States, but expanding into both the EMEA & APAC regions.
IT Early Career Program (ITECP)
The IT Early Career Program an information technology and cyber security program
designed to fast track the development of strong, well rounded information technology
talent in Honeywell. This program is available to undergraduates majoring in computer
information systems, cyber security or a related field. The program spans all business
and corporate IT functions, provides global experience and is currently available
in the United States.
The Jet-Pro program is a new approach to attract and develop Junior Engineering
Talent. It is a program designed to effectively hire and integrate new engineers
into our business and provide training that will allow them to achieve success and
grow fast in the organization. This program is available to graduates majoring in
engineering. The program is sponsored by our Automation and Control Solutions business
and is currently available in multiple countries throughout the world, specifically,
the EMEA region.
Farm Team New Hire Training Program
The Farm Team New Hire rotational training program will provide significant classroom
and hands-on training along with exposure to multiple functions within the Honeywell
Process Solutions Operations organization. This program is available to students
seeking both Associates and Bachelor's degrees in engineering. The program is sponsored
by our Automation and Control Solutions business and is currently available in the
United States, Canada, and multiple countries in the Latin America region.
To learn more about Honeywell Early Career Programs look for us on campus or contact us via email.