Become an Aerospace Engineer

Do you enjoy your algebra, statistics, biology, calculus, chemistry, trigonometry, or physics classes?  Are you uncertain about a career path?  If you answer yes to either question, you should consider a career as an Aerospace Engineer.  The demand for AE in the United States is growing because a large percentage of these jobs are filled by engineers from other countries. 

You can begin to prepare for this career path now while you’re still in high school by competing in a the Real World Design Challenge (RWDC) or by participating in an Aviation Career Education Academy (ACE) this summer.  To view the entire brochure and to learn more about careers in Aviation, follow the link below.

FAA Become an Aerospace Engineer Brochure.

“Setting a goal is not the main thing.
It is deciding how you will go about achieving it and staying with that plan.”

Tom Landry  


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