AMT Pathway Program
Jump-start Your Aviation Maintenance Career with National Aviation Academy and United Airlines!
United Airlines X National Aviation Academy. A match made in heaven… or at least fit for the skies. We’ve joined forces to offer a career pathway program for aviation maintenance technicians!
National Aviation Academy (NAA) and United Airlines have teamed up to offer students a pathway program to aviation maintenance careers, among other benefits, expanding opportunities for new technicians and individuals seeking rewarding hands-on work. How could this benefit you?
Once accepted into the Calibrate Technician Pathway Program, students must maintain a high GPA and strong attendance record to remain in the hiring pool after graduation. United will host interviews, open houses, and career fairs at NAA.
In partnership with United’s talent acquisition team, students will be invited to apply and interview at the airline’s Tech Ops Recruiting Center in Houston as a final step after completing all necessary certifications on their own. Participants will have priority screening consideration and benefit from United’s large ecosystem, including access to mentorship opportunities with seasoned maintenance technicians and its 42 domestic Technical Operations stations. In the future, the airline plans to expand the program to also include its United Express carriers and Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul partners
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for YOUR Aviation Maintenance Career
The NAA X United Airlines partnership provides a jump-start for new technicians. You can complete your aviation maintenance training at NAA with a clear vision of the career awaiting you, a customized United Airlines experience, and exclusive benefits.
Why United Airlines?
As a leader in aviation, United is the kind of employer that inspires individuals to become A&P mechanics. Ready to get started in aviation maintenance? Let our hangar be your classroom and United’s your CAREER! Learn more about what your future could like like by watching the video below!
Aviation Maintenance: Prepare for a career where you can offer value and be valued.
Say goodbye to inconsistent odd jobs or positions that make you feel undervalued. A career in aviation maintenance is a meaningful way to build your future.
According to Boeing's Pilot and Technician Outlook, 690,000 new aviation maintenance technicians will be needed to maintain the commercial global fleet over the next twenty years
The demand is real, and now is your chance to start a limitless career!
What Sets NAA Apart?
It’s simple: aviation maintenance is all we do. We’re committed to offering high-quality training, at a great value, in as little as 14 months.
Check out the video below for a look inside our campuses!