Dr. Art McCoy, stl.works leader and champion, talks with Theniesha Owens, F-18 Lead Assembly Mechanic, about her Boeing career journey. Theniesha was part of St. Louis Community College’s Boeing pre-employment training program, which provided her the training and opportunity to successfully interview with Boeing and start her assembly mechanic career. Five years later, Theniesha has been promoted within Boeing and encourages others to consider a similar career path with her participation in the Women in Aerospace Manufacturing initiative.
Watch the video at https://vimeo.com/641260142/e239f8f4e6
Learn more about the Boeing pre-employment program at St. Louis Community College. STLCC offers two training pathways for assembly mechanic jobs at Boeing. The training is free and ideal for those who are mechanically inclined and able to pass pre-screening assessments. Not only will you develop the important technical skills and the soft skills (like teamwork and communication) that Boeing seeks, as a graduate, you will be guaranteed an interview with Boeing.
Discover more manufacturing careers. If you get satisfaction out of being able to say, “I made that,” then manufacturing might be your perfect fit. From fabrication and welding to research and distribution, manufacturing is responsible for the majority of American innovation. Don’t sit bored behind a desk — get out there and do!