CAP defines aerospace education as "that
branch of general education concerned with communicating knowledge,
skills, and attitudes about aerospace activities and the total impact of
air and space vehicles upon society." The aerospace education programs
are designed to promote an understanding and appreciation for the
importance of aviation and space exploration to our society and national
Greetings! Please share this
information with young people and/or parents of young people who might
be interested in the opportunity to be an Air Traffic Controller.
Subject: Job Training - Air Traffic Controller
Date: Wed, 18 Apr 2007 11:49:21 -0700 (PDT)
If you have or know young people between the ages 0f 18-31 with a high
school diploma, this is their lucky day!!! ---Please give to anyone you
know I might have forgotten to send this to.
The Federal Aviation Association is taking applications for air traffic
controller school. We all have kids and know kids in the right age group
(under 31) and with some effort they could reach a salary of over
$100,000 with benefits in about 3 years. You need only a high school
diploma to apply and credit is given for college on the exam.
They need to go to
For details and to fill out the application immediately - even if they
don't know if they'd want to attend immediately - it's the federal
government and it may take them months to call. The key is to apply NOW.
There will be a lot of retirements coming up rather quickly and they
need to line up training to accommodate these openings. It's my
understanding that the FAA rarely has an open application such as this
and that the jobs are coveted. My friends daughter is 28 years old and
is well into 3 figures and has plenty of time for travel/recreation and
has started another career on the side.
This is a great opportunity and it should be noted that choosing a site
like Anchorage or Indianapolis to train is a likely acceptance into the
training program - after-which you can transfer anywhere in the
country that has a tower.
I hope that this is timely information for your daughter/son or anyone
else who may find it useful.
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