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May 2018 Bulletin

May 2018 Bulletin

May 14, 2018

Aviation Career Week is here! It’s the featured topic of this month’s bulletin. Take Flight on this incredible week with the Pathways to Aviation family!

Happy Pathways to Aviation Career Week!

The week-long celebration of industry news, information, opportunities, and people will connect current and future aviation leaders in exciting ways. We thank you for the interest and support you’ve provided to Pathways to Aviation and hope you enjoy the week.

In addition to articles, social media posts, and special videos, we hope to see you at one or both of our special networking receptions. If you wish to attend and haven’t RSVPd, please take a moment to do so. Everything can be found on our official Aviation Career Week webpage.

Reno Networking Night
Tuesday, May 15 – 5:30pm
Advanced Aviation – 655 S. Rock Blvd., Reno.
Click to RSVP

Truckee Tahoe Networking Night
Thursday, May 17 – 5:30pm
Truckee Tahoe Airport – 10356 Truckee Airport Rd., Truckee
Click to RSVP

It’s been a phenomenal year!

Our career mentoring program, Futures in Aerospace, has exceeded all anticipations by impacting a large number of future aviation leaders. The program identifies interested high school and college students and builds pathways to guide them toward continued education and/or direct workforce employment opportunities. In the first two years of the careers and mentoring program, students received career readiness tools, best practices, and mentors, thus elevating their chances of pursuing their educational and career goals.

One year after working closely with eight high school students, we’ve been busy developing pathways and opportunities for 76 high school and college students this spring. Thanks to the support of industry leaders, education administrators, and key funders, our career mentoring program is truly making a difference towards the aviation industry’s workforce shortage.

Students engaged in our program have varying backgrounds, experiences, and career interests. Most enter the program seeking guidance in specialty areas, as well as essential career planning resources. Graphs below represent their aviation industry interests and career planning needs. Click to view in greater detail.


By the time they reach the big moment…the Aviation Networking Night receptions….they’re prepared to talk internships, colleges, and jobs with industry executives and school recruiters.

We hope to see you!

Whether you want to talk to 20+ outstanding students at the two networking receptions, or wish to attend only to observe from afar, or simply choose to read our news and social media posts, we hope to inform, inspire, and engage you with our first-ever Aviation Career Week. The week is off to a flying start!

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