Aviation Maintenance Camp provides high school students with the opportunity to explore rewarding career paths in the aviation maintenance industry. Through hands-on projects and visits to multiple aviation maintenance facilities, students will be exposed to many of the prospective job opportunities that exist within this exciting industry.
At our camp, you will experience the Liberty University campus while participating in hands-on maintenance projects where you will be exposed to the skills needed to maintain and repair aircraft including riveting, turbine engine theory, and more!
Applications will be received through April 30, 2019
Questions? Please contact Professor Steven Brinly at email@example.com.
Exploring Aviation Camp gives high school students from all over the U.S. the opportunity to explore exciting career opportunities (and hobbies) that the field of aviation has to offer. Through basic ground school classes and fun hands-on activities, you'll be able to get an idea if a career in aviation is right for you!
At our camp, you will be immersed in the world of aviation through ground school classes taught by professionally certified flight instructors as well as a number of fun educational activities. These activities include model rocket building/launching, building, and launching model gliders, flying in our state of the art flight simulators, 2 flights in an actual airplane, hands-on maintenance projects, and more!
High School Program Director
In partnership with the Virginia Space Grant Consortium, the LU Pathways Flight Academy is a program designed to give High School Students who are interested in making a career out of aviation the opportunity to accomplish their first solo flight in an airplane. This will be accomplished through a high-intensity two-week program consisting of ground and flight training. There are three academy sections offered each summer.
The Commonwealth of Virginia is providing funding that permits the Pathways Flight Academies program to be offered free of charge to participants.
The application for the Academies is now closed. Applications for Summer 2020 will be available in Nov. 2019.
For any questions or concerns, please contact High School Program Director Stacey Moore at (434) 582-8519 or firstname.lastname@example.org.