NAA Celebrates Girls and Women in Aviation!

Girls In Aviation Day takes place each year to encourage interested girls and women to pursue their passion in aviation. This year, it will be celebrated on September 23, 2017. Women In Aviation International created the event so that girls ages 8 to 17 can have early access to information and resources related to the vast field of aviation. Women In Aviation International provides year-round resources to assist women in aviation and to encourage young women to consider aviation as a career.*

The main objectives of Girls in Aviation Day are to:

CONNECT with other girls and women who are excited about aviation!
EXPLORE the opportunities for working in the aviation and aerospace industry!
EXPERIENCE the high-flying fun aviation offers!

NAA students gain real-work aviation experience through hands-on training
NAA students gain real-work aviation experience through hands-on training

Pilots and flight attendants immediately come to mind when most people think about the aviation industry, but careers opportunities in aviation maintenance are diverse and growing. . . and you can complete training in little as 14 months!

NAA is dedicated to assisting each individual achieve their personal and professional goals. Aviation maintenance is a unique field in which career opportunities outpace the number of qualified individuals to fill the jobs. There is a tremendous opportunity for women (and men!) to seek high-earning, in-demand careers in the aviation maintenance sector. Women have been at the forefront of aviation since it’s inception over a hundred years ago and can fill the skills gap that currently exists!

For more information about how YOU can become an aircraft mechanic, fill out the form below:

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Hurricane Irma Update 9/13

Students, team members, community members and fellow Floridians: we hope that you and yours stayed safe during Hurricane Irma! The Tampa Bay area was fortunate that the storm was not as destructive as many predicted. While we did lose power at the Tampa Bay campus, it has since been restored. We are ready to resume full operations and look forward to welcoming you back when you are able to return.

Please make note of NAA’s plan to resume classes as outlined below:

UPCOMING SCHEDULE

Thursday- Friday (9/14-9/15) – NAA’s Ulmerton campus will not have regular classes however, we are open and encouraging our students that owe hours to come in and make up missed time hours owed prior to 9/7. Students can make up time from 7:30 AM to 11:30 PM. A light lunch will be provided for those who wish to attend. The hangar will be closed.

Monday (9/18) – Classes will resume as normal at both the Ulmerton campus and the hangar.

The Education department will be visiting each class to discuss time missed due to the storm in detail.

The safety of our students and staff is of the utmost priority and we are here to assist you as best we can. Call us at (800) 659-2080 or message us on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/NAA.EDU/) with any questions.

NAA Students Visit Sarasota Avionics

Sarasota Avionics has been serving the general aviation community for thirty years. Bert Van Kirk, Vince Veltri and Kirk Fryar founded the company on the principles of providing expert advice at a competitive price. By doing so, they’ve grown to become aviation’s panel mount installation leader!*

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NAA-Tampa Bay students visited Sarasota Avionic’s headquarters located on the Suncoast of Florida at the Venice Municipal Airport on Friday, September 1, 2017. They were taken on a tour of two maintenance hangars and learned about dozens of aircraft, including an FBI plane with an inflight infrared scanner. Students were then able to freely interact with the maintenance professionals as they worked on different projects, aircraft and equipment. This engaging and informative site visit is one we won’t soon forget!

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Thank you, Sarasota Avionics, for hosting us!

*Source: http://sarasotaavionics.com/company/about