From November 5 – 7, National Aviation Academy’s (NAA) Tau Beta Chi chapter of the Alpha Eta Rho International Aviation Fraternity (AHP) attended a national conference for the fraternity. Students had the opportunity to network and meet chapters from schools around the country!
The morale throughout all attendees was high as the industry’s rebound from pandemic-induced dips was a common talking point. Various fraternity staff and industry professionals hosted seminars encompassing both general aviation and fraternity-specific topics throughout the weekend-long event.
Tau Beta Chi members immensely enjoyed the event, and some are already looking forward to attending next year’s conference!
Get Involved with Alpha Eta Rho!
AHP is a professional, collegiate fraternity founded to bring together students pursuing careers in aviation.
All membership begins in a college or university where students will be introduced to essential chapter functions, local aviation events, and professional development opportunities. As students progress, they become thoroughly involved in fraternity operations with options to pursue large-scale co-op events to increase aviation awareness and access.
Alumni members hold the key to fostering students through a successful college career and into the global workforce. Students with exceptional abilities will be encouraged to run for national officer positions to enhance the membership experience for others further. Additionally, membership provides a method to stay in touch with individuals across the industry.
As a member of AHP, students are held to higher academic performance standards and attendance, among other requirements. NAA students and alumni have access to over 60,000 current aviation industry leaders, mentors, and 35,000 active alumni, connecting students to the highest levels of integrity and professionalism.
Contact Student Services to join today!