Enrollment Continues to Rise in Aviation Programs at Lake Superior College
Lake Superior College to Host Aviation Career Night
DULUTH, Minn. – The city of Duluth is a large aviation hub.
With an international airport and several independent aviation companies, there are several jobs available for Northlanders who would like to work in aviation.
Dan Traska, Director of the Center for Advanced Aviation, stopped by FOX 21 to talk about the career opportunities within the aviation industry.
Lake Superior College is home to three aviation programs helping students become successful within this career.
The Center for Advanced Aviation is hosting an Aviation Career Night on Wednesday, February 22 to highlight the pilot, aviation maintenance and aviation management programs available at LSC.
The event is free and runs from 5 to 8 p.m.
This will be held at LSC’s Center for Advanced Aviation, Hangar 103, 4960 Airport Road, Duluth.
The Aviation Career Night will offer participants a chance to pilot a Cirrus SR 20 Airplane via a flight simulator, check out LSC’s airplane fleet, including an American Champion Citabria float plane, twin-engine Piper Seminole, Cirrus SR 20 Aircraft, and a Robinson Helicopter.
Tours of the AMT labs include a hands-on demonstration of aircraft magneto timing.
Faculty and students will give tours of the program facilities and equipment.
Advisors will be on hand to answer questions and provide information about financial aid, transfer, and other service areas.
Representatives from aviation companies, including 148th Fighter Wing, SCS Interiors, American Precision Avionics, Cirrus Aircraft, AAR, USAF ROTC and Lake Superior Helicopters, will be on site to talk job opportunities.
Online reservations are encouraged.
For more information head to www.lsc.edu.