Last Tuesday, these 10 Aviation Maintenance Technicians completed their AST Degree program and are preparing for the next phase of their journey. This class is a perfect example of the diverse directions PIA graduates can go after graduating. Of the 10 graduates, 2 have decided to continue their education, 1 […]Read more...
Last Wednesday’s expansion celebration in Youngstown was a great success! The ceremony opened up with Campus Director Joe DeRamo expressing his appreciation to the local community, government and Western Reserve Port Authority for all the support received to make the expansion happen.
President and CEO, Suzanne Markle, began by recognizing […]
On Wednesday, September 20th, the Youngstown Campus will host an expansion ribbon-cutting ceremony from 10:30-11:30am. This is open to the public and anyone is welcome to join. We are excited to finally be near completion of this project.
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A B-17, “Flying Fortess” bomber known as “Aluminum Overcast” landed at the Youngstown-Warren Regional Airport over the weekend. Visiting the restored bomber, students from the Youngstown campus toured the aircraft and volunteered their time to care for the plane. One student worked so hard, he was given a free flight.Read more...
With little time to spare before Hurricane Irma makes its way north, 14 individuals walked the stage and are preparing to being their new careers!
According to Campus Coordinator Mindy Pavilonis, all 14 graduates of this class have received job offers and 11 have already accepted positions. Kevin Dallaire from Piedmont […]
PIA would like to thank Eric Salyers and Emmett Bell from AMES (Airborne Maintenance and Engineering Services) for coming to the Hagerstown Campus on Thursday followed by the Pittsburgh campus today to present to our upcoming graduates.
“PIA is our go to,” said Saylers. “We’ve had great success with PIA […]
Mr. Mike Heilman, a retired A&P from Martinsburg, WV, visited the Hagertown campus this morning and donated some ‘no longer needed’ tools. Mike’s aviation career started when he served in the Air Force from 1961 to 1965 as an airframe mechanic. After leaving the service Mike obtained his A&P […]Read more...
William Foster, Airframe and Powerplant Manager for General Atomics, presented to upcoming graduates at the Pittsburgh Campus today. They are currently seeking to fill nearly 100 aviation technician positions within the next 12 months. But like many other aviation companies, General Atomics is not looking to hire just anybody.
“We desire the […]
Jennifer Bellucci and her coworker Allie Anzelone presented information on U.S. Steel today to the upcoming graduates of the Pittsburgh Campus. They are in need of a significant number of Maintenance Technicians and Electrical Technicians for their Mon Valley Works facilities right here in Pittsburgh. While the working conditions […]Read more...
Patrick Buono, Airframe & Powerplant instructor from the Pittsburgh Campus, shared images of his first sky dive this weekend with Skydive Pennsylvania, located in Grove City, PA. He jumping from 13,000 feet from a Beach Craft King Air.
Mr. Buono has restored and owned 4 aircraft: a 1941 Taylorcraft, a 1946 […]