THE SKY’S THE LIMIT.
In as little as 16 months, Vaughn College’s Aviation Training Institute can prepare you for a high paying career as a certified airframe and powerplant technician.
There are so many reasons to launch a career in aviation maintenance. For instance, Boeing is forecasting the industry will need as many as 648,000 new technicians by 2036. Shouldn’t you be ready to capitalize on this exciting opportunity?
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Delta Air Lines partners with Vaughn to enhance the aviation maintenance training of the College’s Aviation Training Institute (ATI) students and enable them to graduate to careers in an in-demand field.
VAUGHN CAN TAKE YOU HIGHER.
Where you choose to study can be just as important as what you choose to study. Here’s how Vaughn excels:
- Instructors currently employed in the aviation industry
- Connections to top employers such as Cessna Citation, JetBlue and Sikorsky
- New, state-of-the-art training facilities
- High FAA exam pass rates
- Affordable tuition
Vaughn ATI graduates have found rewarding careers with such companies as:
- American Airlines
- Cessna Citation
- Con Edision
- Delta Air Lines
- Endeavor Air
- Kawasaki Rail Car
- Long Island Rail Road
- Metropolitan Transit Authority (MTA)
- The Port Authority of NY and NJ (PANYNJ)
*Outcomes include data within one year of graduation for graduates who reported via survey. There were a total of 279 graduates in 2016 (Click to see full outcome results). 232 reported an outcome for an 83% response rate. The 2016 graduate class includes September 2015, December 2015 and May 2016 graduates. **A reported 75 percent of student internships for the 2014-2015 academic year were paid (42 paid internships out of 56 reported).