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Internship: Owens Corning


Job Title:                   Aviation Intern           

Internship Dates:     May 18th, 2015 – August 7th, 2015                


Owens Corning is a Fortune 500 company that leads the market in glass fiber technology. We have been delivering solutions, transforming markets and enhancing lives for over 75 years.Our dedication to customers and innovation has enabled Owens Corning to develop and implement thousands of different products. In the home building market, our products range from PINK insulation to roofing and basement finishing systems.  On the global composite solutions side, our glass fiber composite can be found in over 40,000 different products.  With market-leading innovation, Owens Corning redefines what is possible each day to deliver high-quality products and services to customers around the world.

This paid summer intern program will provide a student with business aviation aspirations an opportunity to work in a well established flight department. You will learn how each area is an integral part of making the department a success. There will be several projects throughout your internship that will enable you to fully understand the workings and benefits of business aviation. Organization, teamwork, multi-tasking, and time management are key components of working in this ever-changing environment. The biggest responsibility is learning how vital a corporate flight department is to the company as a whole. You will gain first-hand knowledge of aircraft operations through exposure to all aspects of the department. When applicable, the flight department will provide documentation in order to satisfy University requirements.

Reports to:  Pilot

Span of Control:  Individual Contributor


1. Flight Operations

  • Flight scheduling (BART System)
  • Crew Scheduling
  • Shuttle Operations
  • Trip Planning
  • Finance/Budgeting

    2.      Maintenance
  • Pre and post flight maintenance
  • Inspection schedule
  • Servicing aircraft
  • Customer service

    3.      Professionalism
  • Socially mature
  • Professional appearance
  • Excellent verbal and written communications 
  • Open minded
  • Willingness to learn

    4.      Teamwork
  • Ability to get along well with others
  • Work with other team members to complete tasks
  • Completes projects in a timely manner

    5.      Willingness to adapt
  • Open to last minute changes
  • Exceptional time management skills and organization



  • Holding a Junior or Senior rank and enrolled in an accredited university
  • 3.0 GPA or higher 


  • Able to work with teams and be a team player
  • Customer service orientated
  • Holds a positive attitude and outlook
  • Self-motivated to accomplish tasks
  • Very efficient and effective communication

Please send Cover Letter, Resume, and 1 Letter of Recommendation to: Mr. Tom Thinnes ( by 5:00 p.m. on February 6, 2015.

Internship: JA Flight Training


JA Flight Training is looking for interns to join our dedicated staff of flight instructors and aviation professionals. Your flight instruction skills will be instrumental in providing our services to Culver Military Academy for the facilitation of the aviation segment of the institution’s annual summer camp beginning 6/20/2015 and ending 8/1/2015.

The general duties of the internship will be to provide primary-level flight, ground, and simulator instruction to the cadets enrolled in the summer camp aviation program. The cadets will range in age from 13-17 years old.

This will be a paid internship for contact hours with students.  Room and board will be provided.

Please send resumes and cover letters to:

Jim Witt, Chief Pilot

JA Flight Training


Internship: Sun Country Airlines

Sun Country Airlines is looking for a safety intern for the summer of 2015 (May-August). The internship pays $12/hour and it is 40 hours/week. No housing is included. Interested candidates can forward their resumes to 

Job post: Twin-Cities Aviation


Twin Cities Flight Training is one of the Premier Flight Training centers in the Midwest. We are now looking for three CFI’s to join our team immediately.

Wanted: Certified Flight Instructors

Where: Twin Cities Aviation

When: Immediate openings

Positions: CFI, CFII, Multi and Cirrus CSIP.

Competitive starting pay and benefits.

Advancement available

Weather permitting, 80-90 hours per month.

Please contact Paul Perovich @ 763-780-4375 or Email

Internship: Southwest Michigan First


Summer internships for Southwest Michigan’s college and university students are heating up

KALAMAZOO, Michigan – Southwest Michigan’s college and university students should start thinking now about summer for all the right reasons! The Monroe-Brown Internship Program, a collaboration between Southwest Michigan First and the Monroe-Brown Foundation, has announced its 2015 internships offered by local companies to currently enrolled college students. This year’s 33 internship offerings at 26 companies include opportunities in engineering, health sciences, information technology, production planning, merchandising, architecture, interior design, human resources, marketing, sales and financial management.

Founded in 2006, the Monroe-Brown Internship Program provides interns with $3,000 in scholarship 
funding for college, an hourly wage paid by the employer and invaluable career experience. A number of interns have gone on to be hired by participating companies into full-time positions upon graduation. The program’s simple formula of allowing the employer and intern to have a look at each other and see if it’s a fit has found tremendous success.

“Finding and keeping talent is the priority of our region’s top companies. They know that internships are 
one of the best ways to locate and develop it. Our local students should take advantage of these great opportunities to discover why Southwest Michigan’s companies are globally competitive and their home marketplace is where to start when looking for a job after graduation,” said Ron Kitchens, chief executive officer of Southwest Michigan First.

“Linking Southwest Michigan’s post-secondary students with career choices in our region is the mission 
of the Monroe-Brown Foundation. We thank our 2015 partner companies for offering these eye-opening opportunities,” said Robert M. Brown, president of the Monroe-Brown Foundation“Our hope is that this year’s interns, like many of our past ones, use this opportunity to find a path to their future employment.”

The program is open to incoming juniors, seniors and graduate students at Western Michigan 
University, Kalamazoo College, Davenport University (Kalamazoo Campus only), Michigan State University, University of Michigan and second-year students at Kalamazoo Valley Community College. Students attending Michigan State University and University of Michigan must have graduated from a high school in the greater Kalamazoo area.

Once the intern is hired, he or she will work for the company for a minimum of 400 hours between May 
and September. This is typically full-time for ten weeks, but can be customized to suit the needs of the individual companies and interns. Throughout the internship, the student will receive hourly wages, valuable networking opportunities and applied career experience.

Available internships and further program details can be found and applied for on the Southwest 
Michigan First website at

Companies offering Monroe-Brown Internships in 2015 are:

 Arcadia Ales                           Imperial Beverage

 AVB                                         Jaqua Realtors

 BASIC                                     Kingscott

 Bradley Company                  Landscape Forms

 Bronson Healthcare Group   LVM Capital Management

 Consumers Credit Union      Miller-Davis Company

 CSM Group                            Schupan & Sons

 Dimplex Thermal                   Southwest Michigan First

 E2W Engineering                   Terra Contracting

 Eaton                                      TowerPinkster

 Eckert Wordell                       W. Soule & Company

 Edwards Garment / Kazoo Inc.  Wolverine Pipeline

 Fabri-Kal                                WSI

About the Monroe-Brown Foundation

The Monroe-Brown Foundation is dedicated to promoting a healthy economic environment in which scholars educated in the Kalamazoo Region can become permanent contributors to the community workforce upon graduation. The Monroe-Brown Foundation is equally dedicated to assisting educational programs by providing support for facilities, scholarships for students and funding for faculty enhancement. More information can be learned at

About Southwest Michigan First

Founded in 1999 on the principle that the most powerful force for change is a job, Southwest Michigan First is an organization of privately funded economic development advisors who act as the catalyst for economic growth in Southwest Michigan. For more information about Southwest Michigan First, please visit us at, or call 269.553.9588.

Job Post: Rockwell Collins


Flight Coordinator

Location: Annapolis, Maryland, United States

Flight Coordinator
Flight Operations
United States
Full Time
At Rockwell Collins ARINC, it’s our people who make the difference and are the backbone of our technologies. Employing some of the most talented, dedicated people on the planet is not by chance. People from all over the globe choose Rockwell Collins ARINC as the cornerstone of their careers, helping create and deliver communications, integration, and engineering solutions that our global customers demand so that our world keeps moving and stays connected. Join Rockwell Collins ARINC and help shape our future while creating yours.

RC_ARINC in Annapolis, MD is seeking experienced Flight Coordinator(s). ARINC Direct is a complete 24 hours per day / 7 days per week flight planning, messaging, and customer service provider, exclusively for business aviation.

The ARINC Direct service and the Flight Operations Center are built on a foundation of customer service and teamwork. ARINC Direct strives to create a cooperative atmosphere where knowledge is shared among team members and provides our Flight Coordinators with the tools, information, and empowerment they need to effectively satisfy Customer requests.

The ARINC Direct Flight Coordinator is responsible for interacting with ground and air-based business aviation customers via telephone and message exchanges during all phases of flight planning and operations.

The Flight Coordinator will:

- Create and disseminate computed flight plans and weather information.
- Relay sensitive aviation messages.
- Provide logistical assistance for flight crews and passengers including airport arrival and departure reservation management.
- Respond to incoming customer messages and telephone calls.
- Provide customer account, software, troubleshooting, and training support.
- Ensure customer satisfaction to customers (pilots, flight departments, and passengers).

This position requires flexible coverage of multiple shifts in support of 24/7 operations, including weekends and holidays.

We believe having a solid work-life balance creates a healthy lifestyle and inspires creativity. At Rockwell Collins ARINC, we encourage career development and seek ways to provide you with opportunities for growth and variety in your work. And that’s just for starters. Day one kicks off with a competitive benefit package of plans that include medical, dental, and vision, and more. In addition, we have a generous 401(k) plan that matches dollar for dollar up to 6%, a Roth 401(k) option, and educational assistance. Interested yet? If so, apply now and embark on your next worthwhile adventure!
Required Experience:

- One (1) or more years of applicable aviation-related experience.
- Thorough understanding of aircraft flight planning, aircraft performance, aviation weather and reports, aviation navigational charts, aviation navigational procedures and related information is required.
- The selected candidate must have PC operating experience in a professional environment, including standard office software and internet browsing.
- Must be able to communicate well both orally and in written form and to deliver exceptional customer service to both internal and external customers.
- The selected candidate must be able to work for extended periods while seated and using a personal computer and be able to handle incoming customer calls without assistance.

ARINC Direct is seeking a person who is able to handle multiple customer requests simultaneously and accurately, work well in dynamic situations, and someone who can anticipate and mitigate problems. The selected candidate must be able to prioritize their time and resources in crises, be able to work very effectively with others in a fast-paced team environment and be able to work independently with limited assistance.

Desired Qualifications:

- Bi-lingual ability- fluent in Spanish, Portuguese, French or Italian highly desired.

Education/Certification Requirements:

- Typically requires a Bachelor's Degree in Aviation, Aeronautics, or related technical field.
- FAA Dispatch Certificate (strongly preferred). Candidates who do not have an FAA Dispatch Certificate may be required to obtain one within 6 months of being hired.
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EOE Statement Rockwell Collins is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment and will not be discriminated against on the basis of race, gender, disability, protected veteran status or any other protected status.

Nearest Major Market: Annapolis 
Job Segment: Engineer, Aviation, Engineering

Apply online by clicking here.

Internship: Republic Airways


Republic Airways is pleased to open applications for our 2015 summer aviation internships!  The paid internships are based at our Indianapolis, IN headquarters and students should expect a full 40 hour/week schedule for 12 weeks from mid-May through mid-August.  Republic Airways intends to provide valuable hands-on professional experiences for students while promoting the unique culture of our company.

Students must complete the online application to be considered.

Requisition Number 14-0590
Post Date 12/30/2014
Title Summer Intern
City Indianapolis
State IN

2015 Summer Internship

Republic Airways Holdings is offering paid summer internships in a variety of areas within our airline that provides valuable hands-on, real-world experiences.  Our goal is to create a mutually beneficial partnership that enriches professional experiences for students and promotes the unique culture of Republic Airways.

Internships will be located at our Indianapolis Headquarters on a full-time schedule (Monday through Friday during business hours of 8AM to 5PM). Republic Airways does not provide housing for Interns.  Hourly compensation will be based on the assigned project and on the student's academic level in their respective college or university.

Opportunities vary each summer, and may include (but are not limited to) the following areas:

  • Flight Safety 
  • Flight Operations 
  • Inflight Operations 
  • Aviation Engineering & Reliability 
  • Aircraft Maintenance Planning 
  • Supply Chain Logistics
  • Human Resources
  • Finance
  • Legal

Please complete the online application to apply for an internship.  In the objective of your resume or in your cover letter, please indicate which area you are interested in. 


Required Qualifications:

  • Eligible to work in the United States without sponsorship
  • Currently enrolled undergraduate student with at least 3.0 cumulative GPA (out of 4.0)
  • Upper level undergraduate students preferred
  • Self-motivated and reliable
  • Able to work independently and as part of a team
  • Readily adaptable to change
  • Strong research and problem solving skills
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office Programs
  • Not previously interned with Republic Airways

Students should apply as soon as possible to be competitive in the application process.  Questions can be directed to MacKenzie Wilkins ( or Jennifer Soe (

Job Post: The Hinman Company


Aviation Maintenance & Support Technician 

The Hinman Company, a leader in commercial real estate, is looking for a safety conscience, highly self-motivated individual to fill a full time position for an Aviation Maintenance & Support Technician for the company’s corporate aircraft operation.  This position requires an FAA Airframe and Powerplant Certificate.  The candidate must have exceptional attention to detail, and superior mechanical, organizational, written, and verbal skills. The candidate must be a team player with an exceptional work ethic.  Preference will be given to candidates with experience with Hawker 900XP and Beechjet 400A aircraft.

Experience in Aircraft Ground Operations is a plus.  Additional job responsibilities will include aircraft detailing, refueling, towing, and ground servicing.  The candidate will also have additional duties in support of its corporate aircraft hangar that include cleaning and light building maintenance.  This position will also support the flight crew with scheduling and dispatching of aircraft.

Some travel, reliable transportation and a valid driver’s license are required.  Competitive salary and benefits package offered.

Interested candidates please email resumes to:

The Hinman Company
Attention Alana Fisher

Go to for more information about The Hinman Company.
Call (269) 384-9128 with any additional questions.

Job Post: Roswell Chaves County, New Mexico


Roswell International Air Center Hiring Maintenance Mechanics

Several companies at the Roswell International Air Center are hiring a variety of maintenance positions.  Positions include Aircraft Inspectors (FAA-145), A & P Mechanics, Aircraft Inspectors, Aircraft Mechanics, and Line Techs.

Currently, there are 1,200 employees working at various companies and organizations throughout the Air Center.  There are two large scale MRO operations, Aersale Inc. and Stewart Industries, along with two smaller salvage companies all of whom are experiencing significant growth.  Also, Dean Baldwin, a wide body commercial painting facility, is uniquely busy year-round.

For the past two years, we have experienced a constant demand for A & P certified employees with open positions at these companies.  As such, full benefit packages are being offered with incentives; including tuition paid for ongoing training, and in some cases, relocation assistance.  Frequent raises are available for successful on the job certifications.

The City of Roswell is the economic and recreational hub of Eastern New Mexico with a very comfortable lifestyle.  Some of the benefits for residents and their families are:

  • Housing placement assistance

  • Cost of living that is 20% less than the national average

  • Access to outdoor activities such as hiking, snow skiing, and water sports

  • Daily commercial service direct from Roswell to DFW (Dallas-Fort Worth)

  • 20 parks, 14 museums, fine food, and entertainment venues

Please visit for more information.

Job Post: 171st Air Refueling Squadron, MI ANG



FROM: 171st Air Refueling Squadron, MI ANG

SUBJECT:  Pilot Selection Board

1.  Thank you for your interest in the 171st Air Refueling Squadron and the Michigan Air National Guard.  We anticipate that our next Undergraduate Pilot Selection Board will be held February 2015, for fiscal year 2016/2017 UPT slots. The application deadline is January 11, 2015. Age requirements state that you must not be older than 30 on the day you start UPT. If you are selected for an interview, I will contact you.  Otherwise, I will hold your application information for two years in case there is an additional need for pilot candidates.  Resume updates will be accepted and filed with any previous information.

2.  The following documentation is required for a complete package. Please attach the required documentation together using a paper clip and place in folder. Please do not bind application packages, or put in plastic sheets.

a. Letter of Intent

b. Resume

c. College Transcripts (official or unofficial)

d. Copy of the Air Force Officers Qualification Test (AFOQT) and TBAS scores. If you have yet to complete these exams, please contact 127th Wing Recruiting at (586) 239-2485 to schedule.

e. Letters of Recommendation (3 minimum)

f. Copy of Pilot License (front and back)

g. Have you ever been involved in an FAA accident/incident or have you ever received an FAA violation?

h. Copy of last page of logbook

3.  Please send the above information to the following address:
171st Air Refueling Squadron
Attn. Maj Donald W. Davenport
29180 Wilbur Wright Blvd Bldg 17
Selfridge ANGB, MI  48045

4.  Should you be selected for an interview, it is important to understand that the process is very competitive.  You will have a very little time to sell yourself.  It is in your best interest to visit the Squadron and let us get the chance to know you, as well as to familiarize yourself with our mission.

5.  To schedule a visit, or if you have any questions, please feel free to contact me at (586) 239-6302 or DSN 273-6302.

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