Apr 26

Colorado Springs Airport Management Internship

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The Colorado Springs Airport (COS) is offering a 1500-hour paid internship. Interns are assigned to work under the supervision of the Airport Aviation Director’s Office. They are assigned a variety of projects involving airport operations/security, administrative issues, finance and budgeting, planning and construction, property management, and maintenance. Additionally, interns are afforded training opportunities in airfield …

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Apr 20

American Association of Airport Executives National Conference

88th Annual AAAE Conference, The Power to Connect, May 15-18, 2016

The UVU AAAE (American Association of Airport Executives) chapter will be attending the AAAE National Conference May 15th-18th in Houston, Texas. The conference is essential for those planning to pursue a career in airport management and presents a chance for those interested in pursuing a career in airport management to learn and network with aviation …

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Apr 12

Ninety-Nines Scholarship Opportunities

The Ninety-Nines is the international organization of women pilots that promotes advancement of aviation through education, scholarships and mutual support. The following are scholarships that are available for aviation students: The Karen Johnson Solo Scholarship The Ninety-Nines will award a $3,000 Karen Johnson Solo Scholarship to provide a young woman (age 16-20 at any time …

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Mar 23

Alumni Spotlight: Julie Hafen

Julie Hafen Describe one of your typical workdays. My favorite kind of trip is a local, for example, to Boise, ID (BOI) and back to Seattle, WA (SEA). I had to be to work at 6:15 a.m. I met up with the crew at the aircraft and we had a crew brief. We talked about …

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Mar 15

Utah Air National Guard is hiring pilots

Utah Air National Guard is hiring

22 MARCH 2016 UPT BOARD Location: 151 OG Conference Room building 40 Time: 1000 Process Overview The 151st Operations Group will be conducting an Undergraduate Pilot Training hiring board at the date and time indicated above for those interested in flying the KC-135 here in the Utah Air National Guard. We screen applications and invite …

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Mar 11

AAAE Certified Member Exam Study Session

If you are serious about a career in airport management, the American Association of Airport Executives (AAAE) Certified Member (CM) is a must. Many airport job postings list the CM as a preferred qualification equal to a graduate degree in aviation management. Credentials like the AAAE CM will qualify you for careers in airport operations, …

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Mar 02

2016 Karen Johnson Solo Scholarship Offered from Ninety-Nines

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The Ninety-Nines and EAA will award a $3,000 Karen Johnson Solo Scholarship to provide a young woman (age 16-20 at any time during 2016 calendar year) who wants to learn to fly with financial support for flight training through first solo and beyond. In addition, the winner will receive a King School flight training course …

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Feb 24

Spotlight on Alumni: Preston Wulfenstein

Preston Wulfenstein Pilot at Pentastar Aviation Describe one of your typical workdays. A typical work day begins by putting on the uniform and going over to the Indianapolis International Airport where we pick up the aircraft from the hangar. While in the hangar, we update our EFB’s (iPads), assess the weather and file the flight …

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Feb 10

Spotlight on Alumni: Nate Halvorsen

Nate Halvorsen Blog Post

Nate Halvorsen First Officer 737, Delta Airlines Describe one of your typical workdays: Typically, my days start early in the morning or late in the evening. If I’m starting out on a trip, I first go to the pilot lounge, located at the airport, and check in at a computer. I also check the weather …

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Jan 27

Spotlight on Student: Robert Bullock

My name is Robert Bullock. I was born in Penrith, New South Wales, Australia. My dad is an Aussie, and my mum is from England. My dad was in the Royal Australian Air Force as an avionics tech. I lived on base till Dad left the Air Force, when I was 6. We then moved …

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