AVIATION CAREER EXPLORING
National Director: Bill Taylor
Aviation Career Exploring is open to young men and women ages 14 (and completed the 8th grade) and not yet 21 years old with an interest in learning more about careers in the field of Aviation.
Aviation Exploring is a hands-on program that exposes young people to flying. It offers aviation experiences, as a possible career or for the sheer pleasure of being around airplanes.
The most popular Aviation Exploring careers include:
Career Exploring combines some classroom training with flying lessons. You get to experience firsthand what it’s like to be a pilot, aircraft mechanic, flight engineer, or air traffic controller.
You will learn
You will develop
You will have an opportunity to participate in
You will have an opportunity to network with
You will learn about the educational requirements for a career in Aviation and will receive tangible advice on steps you could take now to prepare and position yourself for a successful career in the field of Aviation.
Aviation Career Exploring offers the following benefits:
Most Aviation Explorer posts meet at local Airports. We take visits to Airports, Manufacturing Plants, Flight Museums and Traffic Control Towers. We provide opportunities to participate in National events and regional training sessions.
When do Aviation Explorers meet?
The Aviation Career Exploring program is delivered through local participating agencies such as the airports, aircraft manufacturers & government agencies. Programs are flexible enough to fit in with other activities during the year to meet the needs of the host organization and the youth participants.
How much does it cost?
How can I join?
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