Did you know that over 679,000 new maintenance technicians will be needed in the aviation industry by 2035? Boeing’s 2016 Pilot and Technician Outlook has indicated that the demand for skilled technicians outpaces the rate at which positions can be filled. The needs of the global aviation industry represent a rare and desirable aspect of field: real and continuous job growth. NAA focuses solely on aviation maintenance training in order to develop qualified workers capable of fulfilling the demands of the industry.
NAA students are trained to become Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) certified A&P mechanics. Some of the industry’s best employers attend our Career Fairs to meet and recruit our graduates, whose reputation for excellence precedes them.
Career Fairs are a milestone in the NAA experience. Direct contact with industry representatives allows students to get a clearer picture of where they want to work and what they’ll be doing after graduation. Plus, there are the interviews!
Our most recent Career Fair took place at the New England campus on Thursday, July 20, 2017. Twenty-one companies attended including Atlas, Cape Air, Draken, General Electric (GE), Jet Blue, Panasonic, PlaneSense, Pratt and Whitney, STS Aviation Group and more.