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While most students were having fun in the sun or relaxing on spring break, Sella Rega ’19 was training to break the Guinness World Record for most skips over a rope in 24 hours. The 23-year-old Vaughn College graduate tells her story of how she decided on the Vaughn airport management degree program and how […]

Leadership, a love for aviation and his exceptional people skills were the driving forces behind Vaughn graduate Otha Ward’s ’19 pursuit of a career in airport management. At 22 years old, Ward is making a name for himself at John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK), where he holds the position of airport operations agent. A […]

You don’t have to be a frequent flyer to know how busy airports can be. Airport managers have the challenging job of ensuring their airports operate safely and efficiently. Here are a few examples of the many positions and daily responsibilities of an airport manager.

With half a million visitors expected to land for the world-wide mega sporting event, the city’s only international airport has transformed its infrastructure to handle the influx of flights and to improve the traveler experience.

In this clip meet Edison, an airport management student and travel buff who came to Vaughn from California and was born in Shanghai, China. Check back here for upcoming posts from our student ambassadors!

You may remember Pat as the first student to post to vaughnblog.com. In this clip, Pat describes his internship experience at Vaughn. Check back for more posts from our student ambassadors!