It is the purpose of the Liberty University Aviation Department to train and mentor young men and women to become exceptional pilots who possess excellent flying skills, sound judgment, professionalism, and strong Christian character. Our vision is to establish and maintain a state of the art, world-class professional aviation program whose graduates have strong Christian values, think critically, communicate effectively and ethically carry out their duties in the aviation profession.
Here are a few outside resources that may help further your research in the field of Aviation:
careercornerstone.org -- Sloan Career Cornerstone Center website. Contains in-depth career information and job resources on careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
AIAA Career Enhancement -- American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics features aerospace news, career enhancement activities, and continuing education resources.
AvJobs.com -- Has wide variety of information for this industry. Access to the ads require membership but industry information is free.
Aviation Employee Placement Service -- Jobs for all occupations and fields. Current jobs require paid subscription but you can sample the old listings in the "New Members" area. For industry information, select the "Other Aviation Information Menu." The Aviation Net is a great resource.
Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)
NAVAIR - Government run agency that develops, procures, supports and tests all NAVY and Marine Corps aircraft and the systems within those aircraft. Workforce is both civilian and military.
Space Jobs -- Employment in the aerospace industry worldwide.
Space-Careers.com -- Space industry directory, job board, resume bank