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...
Two weeks ago, a new website called Zippia, dedicated to helping recent college grads with their careers, selected PIA as the ‘Best Junior College’ for the state of Pennsylvania. Zippia used IPEDS and College Scorecard data to determine the ranking, looking specifically at what percentage of students were employed 10 years after graduation.
Source: The […]
Aviation industry experts warn that a “perfect storm” is coming: a growing industry and an aging workforce is expected to create a shortage of aircraft maintenance technicians – as many as 35,000 of them per year, by some reckonings. Where will the industry find these new technicians?
Source: Next generation […]
The Hagerstown Campus had four visits from Employers last week. On Monday, July 10, SkyWest gave an informative presentation to the fourth semester. SkyWest is the largest independently owned regional airlines with maintenance bases primarily on the west coast. Wednesday, July 12, Endeavor Air, based out of Minneapolis, MN visited. Endeavor has […]Read more...
PIA would like to thank Jeff Garrison- Facility Manager, Dave Lynch- Production Manager and Gary Swarow- Test Manager from Progeny Systems for visiting our Pittsburgh campus and speaking to our Aviation Electronics students about their company and career opportunities last week!
Progeny Systems is located in Charleroi, PA and they […]
The Pittsburgh Institute of Aeronautics lands as the No. 11 Two-Year Trade School and is the top school on the list for technical trades.
For the first time, Forbes has put together a comprehensive ranking of two-year trade schools. Using the same “return on investment” focus as our annual Top […]
A big thank you to Thyssene Frederick with Upward Bound and Horry Georgetown Technical College for bringing a group of students in grades 10-12 from Loris HS and Carvers Bay HS to PIA’s Myrtle Beach Campus. These students are participants in the Upward Bound Program, a federal TRIO grant that serves first-generation […]Read more...
PIA would like to thank maintenance recruiters, James Posey and Keith Broyles from ExpressJet for visiting the Pittsburgh campus last week to speak to our students. During their visit they interviewed 3 of our June graduates.
Expressjet is currently hiring A&P mechanics in various locations across the US including Knoxville, […]
Recently, students from Forbes Road Career & Technology Center were welcomed to the PIA Pittsburgh Campu for a field trip. It was a great group with lots of strong questions…we expect to see big things from this group in the future and would be proud to have any of […]Read more...