FAQs 

Frequently Asked Questions

You must maintain a GPA of at least 3.0, participate in semi-monthly webinars, attend NSBE’s National Convention and engage in chapter activities.

Scholars who no longer meet the 3.0 GPA requirement will be given one semester to meet the program standard.

It should be a priority to attend these events, however, life happens. If you find yourself in this situation, a case by case assessment will be provided in lieu of the missed activity.

No, you are only eligible for payments while you are enrolled in school.

For the 2019-2020 school year, you will receive a one-time payment in the spring semester via Bill.com. Moving forward, the scholarship payments will be made to eligible students in the spring and fall semesters.

Scholars’ information who have expressed interest in this opportunity have been forwarded to the Honeywell team. Honeywell will take a look at their current openings and match the scholar.

Brandon Stephens, brandon.stephens@honeywell.com.

No. For graduating students, we want to discuss full time offers. Sophomores and juniors, we want to discuss internships.

It is designed to be a group based cohort. NSBE students will be paired with early career Honeywell engineer and it is the role of your mentor to acclimate you and your transition into the workplace. More details to come.

In the event your mentor is unresponsive, email NSBE Coordinator, Danielle Mazzuchi at dmazzuchi@nsbe.org and she will follow up.