Every day is a day to be grateful for the service of our Veterans. As November 11th quickly approaches, we at NAA want to thank, honor and show respect for those who have served.
Beyond gratitude, though, it is important to engage military and veteran communities in meaningful ways. Recognizing their sacrifice and taking action to make good on the promises made when they entered service is essential. Ensuring these promises, and the success of our ex-military, is often dependent upon the transition period from the military to back into civilian life.
At NAA, we understand that Veterans will want to put the same dedication with which they served into whatever comes next. NAA’s courses in Aviation Maintenance and Advanced Aircraft Systems have been designed so that Veterans gain an in-depth education, preparing them to work for industry leaders in record time.
Benefits for Transitioning Military Include:
- Acquiring the skills, structure, and support needed to enter the aviation maintenance workforce
- Opportunities to apply the same dedication, passion and drive characteristic of military service to the next phase of life
- Direct contact with industry leaders seeking new-hire personnel for in-demand, high-earning positions
Additionally, Marylou Krentzman, Corporate Vice President of Career Services, states that “the benefit of being ex-military and having Airframe and Powerplant [certification] is that the majority of aerospace companies take the military first. It is simply a matter of their discipline and ability to get a job done properly.”
NAA’s Veteran population has made the decision to invest in themselves, their families and their futures. For more information about how you can make the transition to aviation maintenance, contact our Tampa Bay campus at (800) 659-2080 or our New England campus at (800) 292-3228.