So, we all know most of the users here have an interest in aviation. This leads me to the question, do y’all wanna pursue a career in aviation or something else?
- Civil/Aerospace Engineer
- Aircraft Maintenance Engineer
- Other careers unrelated to aviation
- Other careers related to Aviation
If anyone wants to say why…
I keep flip flopping on what I want to do.
Sometimes it’s aviation related and other times it’s not.
Most of the time it’s not though.
I want to do logistics management for an outdoor company some day, but right now I’m currently unemployed (I have a few things lined up for the summer though).
I mainly want to be a pilot, but it’s looking more and more likely that baseball might end up being my job. Granted, I would have to make the pros, but if I’m good enough then who knows.
100% pilot, I’ve already picked out colleges to apply to for their aviation programs
The ERAU in Prescott is a really nice campus. Toured that back in 2019.
I have a friend who went to Kent University in Ohio.
Niiceee, Who would you like to fly for? SW? DAL?
I’ve toured it a few times too. Nice campus, but the surrounding area is pretty bland. It’s still in my top 3 choices so far though (they added a business program a few years ago).
For the people who want to be a pilot, how long have you wanted that for?
Wow something actually cool someone asked on the WFC, finally
Well uh, since I was young, I loved planes. Idk since when, but In like 3/4rd grade, (grade might be different in some countries) I used to draw 747s, and tons of kids in my class wanted me to draw a plane for them lol.
Look at going to the DAB campus. It is really nice. Business program there too. I toured the campus in November.
Since I was like 8. However, my first word was “Airplane!” Although, I said “Ma” instead while pointing at a plane.
ERAU is off the table per my parents
R u gonna fly for the dUtch
Lol probably not, maybe one in Canada eventually, but I have no idea.
When I was younger I wanted to fly for United, but that wont happen anytime soon because I am not an n.
It’s only like 30k a year which is super cheap for college, especially for out of state.
Plus they’re really good with giving out scholarships whether partial or full.