Wednesday, October 20, 2010


Highway to the Danger Zone - Get together with fellow alumni, both young and old, to discuss the realities of pilot hiring and careers in aerospace and aviation management.

Friday, November 5th, from 4:30 – 6:30 pm at the 7th Street Classroom Building, Aviation & Aerospace Science Department

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Connect with alumni working in the field who can share their insight and experience on a long term career in aviation and/or aerospace:

* Alumni with 10+ years of experience from various facets of the industry will be on hand to meet younger graduates in an informal, reception setting
* Pilots, Aviation Management, and Aerospace
* Seasoned alumni from Jeppesen, United Airlines, and Great Lakes Airlines on hand to answer questions
* Hiring managers and chief pilots will also be at the event

A facilitated discussion on the myths and realities of pilot hiring will provide relevant, and up to date information to alumni. And faculty will provide a behind the scenes look at how the department is meeting the needs of our future aviation and aerospace professions. Light refreshments and snacks provided.

Thomas Letts:
You can tell by the smile on his face when he’s flying, teaching or anywhere near airplanes, Jeppesen employee Thomas “Tom” Letts (’83, PPT) loves flying. He works overtime and loves it, he teaches disabled people to fly to empower them, and he even writes poetry. Read about why Letts feels supporting the community is important and what his experiences were like at Metro State by clicking here.

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