The transition from military to civilian life has been challenging and confusing for two-thirds of veterans in the United States. About 69% of veterans reported finding a job as the greatest hurdle (prudential.com). National Aviation Academy can assist in making this transition easier by helping you sort through the issues and prepare you as a professional in aviation.
NAA has been training former military personnel for nearly 80 years and is veteran approved for those utilizing their educational benefits. The G.I. Bill can also be used for training. The monthly entitlement is based on the number of clock hours attended each week. NAA also has G.I. Jobs credentials and has been on the Military Friendly Schools List since 2012.
We’re proud that more than 25% of students, 75% of instructional staff and our president have previously served in a military branch. We work hard to accommodate those students and strive to provide the best experience as they earn their education. Our brave men and women of the armed forces work closely with representatives to make the transition to starting a new career.
NAA offers courses specific for those students with previous aviation maintenance experience in the military. Contact your local campus for more information.
HOW THE ADMISSION PROCESS WORKS
- Request information about NAA
- Review information and apply
- Interview with an admissions representative
- Complete an acceptance interview