In a Word, Fantastic!
This unique airplane maintenance training program meets a critical need for highly skilled technicians in airframe and power plant repair and certification.
National, regional, and local airlines including Jet Blue, Cape Air, and the U.S. Coast Guard are providing strong support, and are waiting for graduates to start filling critical needs in numerous sectors of the aviation industry where major shortages of highly skilled technicians exist now, and are expected to continue for many years to come.
This program is one of the few training centers on the Eastern Seaboard supporting the airline industry and only the second in Massachusetts offering certification in both Airframe Structures and Power Plant Theory and Maintenance. This program creates a pathway for a career with significant advancement potential. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, in 2012 certified aircraft mechanics earned a mean salary of $55,690 per year, with typical salaries running between $45,670 and $65,750, and those numbers have continued to rise.
See: Career Pathways
To meet this tremendous growth, the 2015 Boeing Pilot and Technical Outlook forecasts that between now and 2034, the aviation industry will need to supply more than … 609,000 maintenance technicians. Boeing Corporation, Long-Term Market Outlook 2015–2034
For additional information: www.boeing.com/commercial/market/long-term-market/pilot-and-technician-outlook
Many older aircraft mechanics in the United States are at retirement age now, and major turnover can be expected through the year 2020, providing new opportunities for those with FAA certifications.
Aviation Maintenance Technology Information Sessions are strongly recommended for all applicants to the this program. The Director of Admissions and the Program Coordinator will share up-to-date information about the program and answer questions about the curriculum and the admissions process.
AMT Information Sessions and Tours will be held on the following dates:
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For more information about the Aviation Technology program, financial aid, or transfer opportunities, please contact the Admissions Office:
|Roberto Flores, Admissions Counselor|
This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. 1501594. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.