The Indianapolis campus of Aviation Institute of Maintenance will be holding a career fair for its students, graduates, as well as individuals in the community who are seeking employment.
Aviation Institute of Maintenance Indianapolis hosts Career Fair May 11th, 2017.
By Brian Stauss
The Aviation Institute of Maintenance (AIM) will be holding a career fair on Thursday, May 11 at its campus located at 7251 W McCarty St, Indianapolis, IN. The fair begins at 2 p.m. and will continue until 5:30 p.m.
The event will feature a wide range of companies from the aviation industry, as well as companies not related to aviation. Employers, including PSA Airlines, GE Aviation and Aero Repair, attending will lend guidance regarding the application process for their companies, and may even hold on-site interviews for qualified applicants. Guests are expected to attend the career fair professionally dressed, with copies of their resumes and prepared to network. A list of participating employers can be found at https://www.facebook.com/events/1090932661012894/.
This event is free and open to the public. For more information regarding Aviation Institute of Maintenance’s career fair, contact AIM’s Indianapolis campus at (317) 243-4519.
About Aviation Institute of Maintenance
Aviation Institute of Maintenance is the United States’ largest family of aviation maintenance schools, with headquarters in Virginia Beach, Va. Students learn the skills necessary to become successful in one of the world’s fastest growing industries, aviation maintenance and the free Human Factors course and certification are examples of the school’s passion and commitment to the aviation industry. AIM graduates are trained to meet the increasing global demands of commercial, cargo, corporate and private aviation employers. AIM’s campuses are located in the following major metro areas: Atlanta, Philadelphia, Dallas, Houston, Indianapolis, Las Vegas, Washington, D.C., Kansas City, Mo., Oakland, Calif., Orlando, Fla., and Norfolk, Va. Learn more at: www.AviationMaintenance.edu.
Written by: Jennifer Butler, Edited by: Jul DeGeus
It was a “welcome home” worthy of heroes as the Aviation Institute of Maintenance Houston Skills Team returned to their campus the Monday morning after the Professional Aviation Maintenance Association (PAMA) Olympics. Collecting 4 awards, including 1st place individual and 1st place overall, the team was met with a path of adoring students and proud faculty, whose cheers of support and pride echoed throughout the hangar.
The weekend of February 25th, the Houston Hawks flew to the Alliance Airport in Fort Worth, Texas to take part in the PAMAs, rivaling against strong competitors such as: Texas State Technical College, TULSA Tech, Tarrant Community College, Letourneau University and even their sister campus, AIM Dallas. Most of the opposing teams had worked together for several years and had multiple PAMA wins under their belts. But this year was different; this year a technical school from Houston, Texas stepped up to the plate and challenged the winning streak of Tarrant County Community College and Letourneau University:
This year was and is Houston’s year. The Hawks took 1st place Individual, 3rd place Individual, 1st place Overall Team and 2nd place for Operation C.H.A.O.S. In my opinion it was a sweep. This is a first for PAMA, AIM Houston is the only technical school that has ever won the PAMA Olympics. The Houston Campus Instructors were very instrumental in prepping this team and it takes an awesome team to become a winning team. This was a win for all of AIM! – Mike Riccardelli, Houston Hawks Coach (2nd Place Operation C.H.A.O.S.)
It’s no surprise that an AIM school would win with such sweeping success. The PAMA Olympics is an example of a remarkable opportunity encouraged by AIM Houston for students to network with members of the community and to grow as individuals and we’re so proud of AIM Houston’s Skills Team and all of our students that make great strides every day. It takes each individual to make a campus strong. We believe that all individuals are capable of great accomplishments and success.
The Houston Hawks showcased immeasurable pride with strength and determination. This was a momentous occasion for such a talented group of future Airframe and Powerplant Mechanics. But this success isn’t AIM Houston’s alone; this accomplishment is for all AIMs. The Houston Hawks will attend the Aerospace Maintenance Competition, April 24-27 in Orlando, FL. The world is at our doorstep and together, AIM shall take the next adventure, one step at a time.
AIM-Virginia Beach’s David Karnuth was recently named one of AMT magazine’s NextGen 40 under 40 Aircraft Maintenance Professionals. The inaugural 2015 AMT Next Gen Awards showcase individuals in the industry that are going above and beyond their job descriptions and for their own accomplishments in what they bring to their companies and the industry. The Next Gen winners represent the total maintenance arena as they represent airline, general aviation, corporate aviation, military, MROs, rotorcraft, and education segments of the industry.
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On Friday, October 16th, the Aviation Institute of Maintenance, Las Vegas campus sponsored the 2nd Annual STEM Conference in conjunction with Ranch High School. Rancho High School is a magnet school with a concentrated academic program in Aviation.
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The EAA AirVenture 2015 airshow, held July 20-26 in Oshkosh, WI, was the place to be for aviation enthusiasts of all ages. The week-long gathering set many firsts for the annual event, bringing together approximately 550,000 people, wanting to experience the history and thrills that only aircraft can bring.
This year’s tag line, “Only in Oshkosh,” was true to form, with a diverse array of aircraft on display, ranging from personal aircraft to the debut of the F-35 Lightning II, the only airworthy B-29 “Fifi” and the first-ever landing of a B-52 at the show.
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The 6th Annual Southwest Region FAR 147 PAMA Olympics was held March 28th and drew nine regional school participants. Tarrant County College once again played host to this year’s competition and welcomed teams from across the southwest, to include our own teams representing AIM – Dallas and AIM – Houston.
Each team consisted of five ‘Olympians.’ Competition consisted of twelve 20‐minute labs, with judges scoring each contestant. They would move to their next lab. The contestants were given a five minute evaluation time, reading the next lab sheet without touching the equipment.
An annual favorite of coaches and students alike, Operation C.H.A.O.S. presented team coaches with a pile of miscellaneous parts and minimal tools, and were then challenged to design a specific assembly. The event, the brainchild of John Eslinger, is judged by a simple vote by team members.
The competition’s focus has always been to bring the various FAR 147 schools together to exchange ideas and allow the students to interact and network with other like-minded future aviation professionals. And, of course, have a good time.
Congratulations to all the contestants!