Wings launches Careers in Aviation website
Jan. 28, 2010 – In an effort to help promote aviation as a career among Canada’s youth, Wings magazine has launched a combined print and web recruiting campaign called Careers in Aviation Canada.
January 28, 2010 By Wings Magazine
In an effort to help promote aviation as a career among Canada’s youth, Wings magazine has launched a combined print and web recruiting campaign called Careers in Aviation Canada. The campaign includes a 20-page aviation program booklet that is included in the January/February issue of Wings, and was distributed to over 3,500 high school guidance counsellors across Canada.
A dedicated website – www.careersinaviation.ca – was also launched in conjunction with the print campaign. The regularly-updated site will allow potential recruits to learn a little more about aviation career paths, and to research education and training programs in their regions.
Career paths and programs include:
- Pilot training, both fixed and rotary wing
- Aircraft maintenance/maintenance technician
- University aviation programs
- Flight crew
Sponsors for the 2010 Careers in Aviation Guide include Moncton Flight College, BCIT, Toronto Airways Flight Training, Centennial College, Huron Flight Centre, AeroCourse, Mount Royal University, Ottawa Aviation Services, and Porter Airlines.
To become a sponsor of the 2011 guide or today’s www.careersinaviation.ca , contact Alison DeGroot at firstname.lastname@example.org or 519-429-5191. To ensure your program is listed, visit www.careersinaviation.ca and use our Add Your Program tool.
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