Students can learn about aviation careers
April 26, 2012
If you or your child has a passion to fly, Montana students have the chance to find out for themselves if an aviation career is right for them during the Aviation Career and Interest Academy June 21 in Helena. The Montana Department of Transportation Aeronautics Division is presenting the two-day academy for students in the 9th through 12th grades interested in aviation.
The program will explore aviation with field trips to The Aviation Museum, Neptune Aviation, Forest Service Smoke Jumper Base in Missoula, and Malmstrom Air Force Base, with individual airplane flights. The program will also explore aviation careers in Helena, weather permitting.
The Aviation Career and Interest Academy provides students an opportunity to discover new frontiers and learn about Montana from an atmospheric and aeronautic point of view. Cost for the aviation camp is $130.00. Lodging is provided for students. Enrollment is limited, applications are available at http://www.mdt.mt.gov/aviation/.
For more information contact David Hoerner at (406) 444-9568, email: firstname.lastname@example.org or Kelly Dimick at (406) 444-9566, email email@example.com. For the hearing impaired, the TTY numbers are (406) 444-7696 or (800)335-7592 or call the Montana Relay at 711.