Apr 15

UVU Aviation student Joey DeMarzo earns pilot slot with Air Force

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Joey DeMarzo UVU School of Aviation Sciences’ student Anthony “Joey” DeMarzo’s hard work paid off as he has earned a pilot slot with Air Force. Joey grew up in Vernal, Utah and went to SUU for a semester before one day deciding “I’m gonna fly!” To achieve his goal, he transferred to UVU and enrolled …

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Apr 14

Job openings available at SLC International Airport

We recently received information about a couple of job postings available through Airport Terminal Services, or ATS, from one of our students. Thanks for the heads up! Below are the details on the current positions available. If you’re interested in applying, you can apply here. Ramp Agent Employment Duration: Part Time Location: US-UT, Salt Lake …

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Apr 08

Summer Allegiant internships available

Be sure to check out the latest internships at Allegiant: FLIGHT OPS INTERN-LAS FLIGHT OPS INTERN – 5117

Apr 03

UVU Aviation Sciences engages at Engagement Week

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UVU School of Aviation Sciences was recently asked to participate in Engagement Week on main campus. UVU staff set up shop int he Pope Science Atrium, offering students the opportunity to sit in the Barany Chair, test their flying skills on computer simulators, and enter a drawing for UVU Aviation merchandise. Here are a few …

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Apr 01

UVU Flight Club engages community in “Science Palooza”

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University Marketing & Communications: Melinda Colton, 801-863-6807 Written by: Heather Wrigley, 801-863-8504 For more information: Frank Manderino, UVU Flight Club Adviser, 801-863-7891, ude.uvunull@onirednaMF The Utah Valley University Flight Team recently participated in Provo Parks and Recreation’s “Kid’s Science Palooza,” where children of all ages were invited to interact with experiments, demonstrations and fun activities designed …

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Mar 27

Update from United at SFO

UVU Student Devin Broadbent at United SFO UVU School of Aviation Sciences student Devin Broadbent is currently interning with United at San Francisco International Airport. Here is Devin’s latest update: Things seem to be getting busier around the airport as spring gets into full swing, which means more flights are going in and out, which …

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Mar 24

DJ Jerry mixing it up at Gatsby Dance in Hangar B Saturday

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DJ Jerry will be mixing it up over in Hangar B at the Gatsby Dance Saturday. The dance is sponsored by UVU Student Alumni Association and will help raise funds for S2S scholarships benefitting UVU students. Who: You! What: Gatsby Dance Where: Hangar B, 1185 Mike Jense Pkwy, Provo When: Saturday, March 29, 2014, 9:00pm …

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Mar 24

UVU Aviation to host Mid Air Collision Avoidance presentation Thursday

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UVU School of Aviation Sciences will host an annual Mid Air Collision Avoidance (MACA) presentation by the Hill AFB airspace manager’s office in classroom “C” of Hangar B on Thursday, March 27, from 7-9 PM. The Air Force reaches out annually to local aviation communities to help everyone understand potential chokepoints and collision risks in …

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Mar 21

Explore the exciting world of flight at Engagement Week

Come join UVU Aviation as we showcase the exciting world of flight at Engagement Week. Aviation professionals enjoy some of the most engaging careers out there and we work hard to make sure they’re ready. We will be showcasing a Barany Chair, used for aerospace physiology training, built by one of our own instructors. Additionally …

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Mar 17

Apply now for Salt Lake City International Airport (SLC) internships

UVU is accepting applicants for the Salt Lake City International Airport (SLC) Summer and Fall Internships. The program will allow the individual to become a member of the Airport Operations Team and to work “behind the scenes” at Salt Lake City International Airport. The commitment is not to be an observer, but to study and …

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