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Raytheon Technologies

Relaunch your career at Raytheon Technologies

• Unique opportunity for experienced professionals seeking to return to work after taking a 2+ year career break

• Comprehensive 14-week paid program w/benefits

• Offers resources, networking and personalized development plans

• Provides leadership exposure, professional development, mentorship and coaching

• Eligible for consideration for a full-time role at the end of the program

Bring your knowledge, experience and creativity back to the workforce through exciting and challenging opportunities. Our next cohort will run from September 21, 2020 – December 23, 2020.

Resumés must be submitted by July 31, 2020 for the Fall 2020 Cohort.

For more information on the RTX Re-Empower Program and view available opportunities, visit:

https://www.rtx.com/careers/re-empower

If you don't see a specific position of interest, please submit your resume for consideration via the following link:

Relaunch your Career at Raytheon Technologies

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