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Futures in Aerospace – Planning Season #3

Futures in Aerospace – Planning Season #3

September 7, 2018

The Futures in Aerospace program continues to expand in response to industry demand, student interest, successful career experiences, workshop participation, and requests from partners.

The structured program captures metrics both during and at the completion of each series and is adaptable to single session, as well as two session, and our optimal four session workshop series. Two different, but connected programs, represent the Futures in Aerospace. We’re doing our best to make them completely free of charge for everyone. Generous individual contributions and corporate sponsorships will make this happen.

Flight Plans

We’ve scheduled small aviation industry speaking events in three locations, which will double as career-planning workshops for high school and college students. They’ll each feature presentations by aviation executives, who will share their experiences, descriptions of their company specialties, overviews of hiring practices, and career-focused advice. In addition to the presentations, students will receive career planning best practices, such as skills identification, resume writing, interviewing tips, and networking instruction.

Workshops are being planned at the following locations. Click on the hyperlinks for more information.

  • Reno-Tahoe International Airport
  • Truckee Tahoe Airport
  • Carson Airport
  • Minden-Tahoe Airport
  • Reno-Stead Airport

Aviation Career Week

In response to the success of our Flight Plans and the overall Futures in Aerospace program, a special Aviation Career Week will culminate the Spring 2019 Flight Plan workshop series. The week of May 13-17 will be highlighted by news and information, job postings, scholarship awards, and three networking receptions (Reno, Carson, and Truckee).


Register today

The flight plan sessions will take place in various area locations throughout the Spring 2019 semester. We expect to host the program in Reno, Carson, Truckee and, potentially, one or two additional locations. Registration is open for:

  • Students
  • Professionals
  • Corporations



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