In the Community
Mission & History
Kansas City Field Office
In the Community
Part of our dedication to our communities is reaching out to the next generation of Kansas City National Security Campus scientists and engineers. We support science and math education through a variety of ways-whether it be financing an exhibit at Science City or sending engineers to school career days. Following are brief descriptions of some of our education outreach efforts.
Bring an Engineer to Class
Teachers at greater Kansas City area elementary, middle and high schools are welcome to invite a Honeywell engineer into the classroom to provide hands-on demonstrations and to talk about careers in engineering.
FIRST Robotics Competition
In constructing a robot, FIRST Robotics teaches students how to solve engineering design problems in an interesting and competitive way.
Honeywell and NASA partnered in 2003 to create FMA Live!. The program is part of Honeywell Hometown Solutions.
Honeywell Educators at Space Academy Scholarship
Honeywell believes developing a new generation of scientists begins in the classroom. That's why the company created the Honeywell Educators at Space Academy scholarship program.
Science Knowledge Bowl
The National Science Bowl®is a highly visible educational event and academic competition among teams of high school students.
Science Olympiad [http://www.soinc.org] is a rigorous academic interscholastic competition covering a wide range of science disciplines.
Science Pioneers [http://www.spioneers.org] creates innovative and supportive educational activities that encourage the youth of Greater Kansas City to understand and use science in their careers and everyday life.
SkillsUSA [http://www.skillsusa.org/] is a national organization serving teachers and high school and college students who are preparing for careers in technical, skilled and service occupations.
KC NSC Overview Video
Honeywell Hometown Solutions