Career night focuses on high-flying opportunities
Aviation careers are dynamic for qualified professional pilots, aircraft mechanics and other skilled workers.
Boeing estimates that in the next 20 years, airlines in North America are going to need 117,000 new pilots, and the military and regional carriers are already challenged to find and keep aviators. Learn about aviation career training options first-hand from professionals in the pilot and aviation maintenance technology programs at Lake Superior College's Aviation Career Night on March 16.
Representatives from the aviation industry, including the 148th Fighter Wing, American Precision Avionics, Cirrus Aircraft, AAR, and Lake Superior Helicopters will be on site to talk about job opportunities.
The free event runs 5-8 p.m. at LSC's Center for Advanced Aviation, Hangar 103, 4960 Airport Road, Duluth.