Graduates Secure Employment Ahead of Graduation

Tomorrow is Graduation at our New England campus. With it comes a mix of emotions and excitement. After all, it is when training ends, and WORK begins.

Obtaining the skills to begin a career in aviation maintenance is what National Aviation Academy (NAA) training is all about. It is encouraging to know that many students have been extended offers and accepted positions before graduating.

These students earned their Airframe and Powerplant (A&P) certifications and worked with our Career Services department to make their aviation careers a reality.

Career Opportunity + Industry Health

Some of tomorrow’s graduates are already about to begin their careers at the following companies:

Aero Mag 2000 
Cape Air 
Gulfstream Air Charter 
Pratt & Whitney
Signature Flight
Stevens Aerospace

Careers in aviation maintenance continue to be on the rise. Boeing’s 2019 Pilot and Technician Outlook has forecasted that 769,000 new maintenance technicians will be needed globally by 2038.

In the meantime, we’ll continue to strive to meet the needs of the aviation maintenance industry and community through education and training.

For more information about how you can start your aviation maintenance career, fill out the form below!