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Friday, October 28, 2016

Friday's Fabulous Flyers!

Aeronautical Science Pathway Students



Yesterday I dropped down to the Museum of Flight as a guest speaker at the Aeronautical Science Pathway program. And I gifted the students a copy of Flight to Success. These students are already on the path to success!

Aeronautical Science Pathway is a program for High School Juniors and Seniors in the Puget Sound Region where they get free college credits while in high school! 

These students are fast-tracking their college education in pursuit of becoming a Professional Pilot or looking into the field of Aviation in Operations Management! I actually met a couple students that I know I will be flying with before I retire!


Check out the schedule and classes offered:

Year 1: 2016-2017

1st Semester

AVIA 103
Aviation History and Careers

AVIA 109
Intro to Unmanned Aerial Systems

AVIA 111
Private Pilot Ground School

5 credits per course | 15 credits total

2nd Semester

AVIA 112
Aircraft Systems

AVIA 123
Aviation Weather/Meteorology

AVIA 129
Unmanned Vehicle Basics

5 credits per course | 15 credits total


Year 2: 2017-2018

1st Semester

AVIA 211
Aerodynamics for Pilots

AVIA 217
Aviation Security

AVIA 270
Air Traffic Control

5 credits per course | 15 credits total

2nd Semester

AVIA 110
Airline Operations

AVIA 212
Aviation Safety and Human Factors

AVIA 214
Airport Management

5 credits per course | 15 credits total

For more information 
Check out:

Classes are at
The Museum of Flight
9404 E. Marginal Way South, Seattle, Washington 98108 
Enjoy the Journey and 
Have a GREAT weekend!
XOX Karlene

2 comments:

  1. Wow... :) So, Karlene, how is this program
    FIT into their schedule?

    Did you do any learning on your own, about
    FLYING, when you were their age?

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    1. Paul, these students attend high school all day, and then they go back to class from 3:45 to 6 pm. It's quite a schedule and you seriously must applaud their efforts.

      I wish something like this had been available. At their age I was working full time after school... back then students could work 40 hours per week. And then the days I wasn't working, I was at the airport study flight lessons.

      But, I think this is just awesome!!
      Thanks for your comment.

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