Pathways to Aviation is launching its Futures in Aerospace program next week for all high school and college students.
The program features career planning workshops and networking receptions, where industry leaders interface directly with students. Each workshop connects students to aerospace executives, who describe their specialties, share aviation passions, and provide career advice.
Students attending the workshops will gain a greater understanding of job searching, skills identification, resume writing, interviewing, and networking.
Reno and Sparks area high school and college students are invited to attend the first workshop, taking place at 5:30pm on Tuesday, January 22 at the Civil Air Patrol building, located at 601 S. Rock Blvd. Students will meet executives from the Reno-Tahoe International Airport and learn about job searching, aeronautical colleges, and scholarships.
From January to April, the career workshops will also take place at two additional locations: Carson Airport (starting January 23) and Truckee Tahoe Airport (starting January 24). There’s no cost for students to participate, thanks to donations from the ISTAT Foundation, E.L. Cord Foundation, Truckee Tahoe Airport District, and Click Bond.