STUDENT

CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS

Join A Club Today!

Getting involved is the best way to make new friends, connect to NAA, extend your education outside of the classroom, and, most importantly, have fun!

Student clubs and organizations allow for purposeful involvement and can even help build your resume! With a variety of options, there’s something for everyone. Check out all the opportunities below!

Airframe Club

Opportunity for students to gain additional hands-on experience after class by helping work on various aircraft projects at NAA’s hangar facilities.

Three students at National Aviation Academy work on an aircraft engine to gain hands-on training experience.

Drone Club

Monthly gatherings off campus for both new and experienced drone enthusiasts to discuss this rapidly evolving industry, and to fly some drones in a safe, responsible environment supervised by certificated FAA Remote Pilots. *Available at NAA’s New England campus only.

Nu Epsilon Aviation Fraternity

NAA-New England’s chapter of the Alpha Eta Rho international, co-ed, professional aviation fraternity. Founded to promote a passion for aviation and professionalism among students. *Available at NAA’s New England campus only.

Three students at National Aviation Academy work on an aircraft engine to gain hands-on training experience.

Tau Beta Chi Aviation Fraternity

NAA-Tampa Bay’s chapter of the Alpha Eta Rho international, co-ed, professional aviation fraternity. Founded to promote a passion for aviation and professionalism among students. *Currently being established – become a charter member today! *Available at NAA’s Tampa Bay campus only.

Student Council

Develop leadership skills and shape the culture of NAA. Representatives from each term meet biweekly to discuss questions, comments, and concerns of the study body. They also host events throughout the year to support students and promote school pride.

Three students at National Aviation Academy work on an aircraft engine to gain hands-on training experience.

Veterans Forum

Founded as an open forum for NAA student and staff Veterans, this organization promotes camaraderie and mutual support for those who have served. *Available at NAA’s New England campus only.

Wing-Assisted Study Program (WASP)

Peer-led tutoring by students for students. *Available at NAA’s New England campus only.

Three students at National Aviation Academy work on an aircraft engine to gain hands-on training experience.

Women of NAA

The success of women and girls is essential the future of aviation! This club was founded to encourage, uplift, and connect the women of NAA. 

Get Involved!

Want more information? Ready to join one of our clubs and organizations? Or do you have an idea for a new group that you would like to suggest? Reach out to NAA’s Student Services department!