Building a Bridge to Our Community

Aerospace is partnering with the Inglewood School District to pilot a new program that aims to stimulate both the left and right side of students’ brains.
Students visit Aerospace as part of The Bridge program

Analytical skills. Critical thinking. A healthy dose of logic.

All are necessary traits of a successful engineer. But to truly succeed in the workplace and in life, students will also need to embrace their creativity, imagination and intuition.

Aerospace is partnering with the Inglewood School District to pilot a new program that aims to stimulate both the left and right side of students’ brains, exposing them to a STEM curriculum while encouraging them to develop the “soft” skills they’ll need for lifelong success, such as communication and teamwork.

The multi-year program is targeted at students who can benefit most from our help,  inviting them to the Aerospace campus to interact with STEM professionals and exposing the students to a new world of opportunities.

The result is a unique program that bridges gaps in our educational systems, giving students the skills and self-awareness to boldly pursue their dreams.

This article was featured in the Aerospace 2019 Corporate Social Responsibility Report.