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Boeing South Carolina celebrates its bright future during 2022 Family Day

Boeing South Carolina hosted its bi-annual Family Day event on Oct. 15, where all Boeing-badged teammates were invited to bring their loved ones to tour the Airport and North campuses. An estimated 13,000 people visited the campuses over the course of the day.

Hundreds of teammates volunteered to support the site and its attractions and activities. We thank all of the guests who visited and we appreciate the dedication all our volunteers committed to showcasing our products, programs and teammates who make BSC so special!

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Boeing resumes 787 deliveries

Boeing resumed 787 Dreamliner deliveries, as American Airlines flew their new 787-8 away from Boeing South Carolina in August. Boeing teammates continue to ensure that every airplane conforms to our engineering specifications.

University of South Carolina establishes Clyburn endowed chair through partnership with Boeing

Pictured: U.S. House Majority Whip James Clyburn

Pictured: Associate Professor Bobby Donaldson, awarded the James E. and Emily E. Clyburn Endowed Chair of Public Service and Civic Engagement

Boeing is partnering with the University of South Carolina to provide a $1.5 million gift to establish the James E. and Emily E. Clyburn Endowed Chair of Public Service and Civic Engagement Fund. This endowed chair, awarded to associate professor Bobby Donaldson, will allow the university’s Center for Civil Rights History and Research to further its programming and outreach initiatives within the university community and across the state of South Carolina.

Boeing’s DreamLearners program recognized by U.S. Chamber of Commerce

The U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation named Boeing a winner for the 2022 Citizens Awards, a long-standing program that honors purpose-driven businesses for their leadership in solving the world’s biggest challenges. Boeing earned the award for Best Commitment to Education for our DreamLearners program.

Pictured Left to Right: Natalie Masri, U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation; Cheri Carter; vice president of Boeing Global Engagement; Frank Hatten, Boeing Education Relations Specialist; and Stephen Sandora, Mastercard

Frank Hatten led conference attendees through a DreamLearners activity which ended with a paper airplane throwing contest.

DreamLearners, which began 10 years ago at Boeing South Carolina, is an instructional program based on elements of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). Students participate in hands-on group activities, discover different careers at Boeing and learn about the benefits of a STEM-focused education. The program is open to students of all ages and recently expanded to reach virtual audiences across the U.S.

Teammates in the Community

BSC teammate into Charleston RiverDogs’ Hall of Honor

Congratulations to Boeing Veterans Engagement Team member Eddie Negrón who was inducted into the Charleston RiverDogs Hall of Honor at one of the Boeing-sponsored Military Appreciation Nights. The Hall of Honor recognizes veterans with Lowcountry ties who have made a significant impact in the military community.

Commitment to STEM runs in the family

Boeing South Carolina teammate Nathan Burgess (pictured, right) has a passion for STEM – and it’s clear that passion runs in the family. Ashley (pictured, left), his daughter, recently was honored during the SC STEM Signing Day, committing to pursue a STEM education after high school.

Learn more about Nathan’s involvement in the STEM Signing Day program and what Ashley has planned after her time at Summerville High School here.

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Your child’s artwork could be aboard Starliner’s next flight

Boeing and Space Foundation announced an out-of-this-world opportunity for students. Art in the Stars, a digital art showcase, invites students ages 3-18 to submit digital, space-themed artwork, which will travel to space aboard the upcoming Starliner Crew Flight Test (CFT).

As inspiration for their original art, students are encouraged to consider the theme “Breaking Boundaries in Space” and incorporate the diverse historical figures who broke boundaries to become a “first” or blazed trails for those who came after them.

Jillian Quamme’s artwork in honor of her father, Andrew Quamme, a BSC teammate.

South Carolina student Jillian Quamme is already taking advantage of the opportunity. She designed this artwork in honor of her father, BSC teammate Andrew Quamme.

Acceptable formats for submission include drawings, paintings, mixed media and digital media pieces. All entries must be submitted electronically through by Dec. 16. Permission from a parent or legal guardian is required for all entries made by students under age 18.