Elated Graduates Look Towards Future

It’s not the end of the road for these graduates. Instead, the recent graduation ceremony held at our New England hangar is more of a reminder that the journey has just begun.

Students who completed NAA’s Aviation Maintenance Technology (AMT) program received their diplomas in-person to celebrate the occasion on June 8, 2021. Additionally, the entire ceremony was broadcasted live on Instagram to be viewed by those who could not attend the ceremony.

Accolades & Honors

Multiple students won attendance awards, including multiple perfect and outstanding attendance certificates! Graduates were also awarded Top Team awards, Top Tech awards, and a Valedictorian!

Also, students who represented Student Council were recognized for their achievements and hard work in enriching the student experience!

Additionally, one student received the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) award!

From Graduates to Aviation Maintenance Technicians

It’s been a long time coming for these graduates. Now, the exciting part truly begins. With the aviation industry in recovery, employers are looking for fresh Airframe and Powerplant (A&P) mechanics to keep our skies safe.

We congratulate the Class of 120 from New England as they venture out into the aviation industry to benefit themselves, their families, and the future of aviation maintenance!

The Demand is real...

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