Endeavor Announces AMP Program at PIAEdward Molek
Representatives from Endeavor Air visited the PIA Pittsburgh Campus on Friday, February 22nd, to formally announce PIA’s inclusion in Endeavor’s new Aviation Maintenance Pathway (AMP) Program. PIA is one of only six schools nationwide to be selected to participate in the new path-to-employment program. To help satisfy demand for the AMP program, all campuses of the PIA family will be included in the initial AMP program launch.
AMP is designed to engage and educate students who are considering beginning careers with Endeavor. As part of the program, Endeavor has committed to making regular campus visits, sharing class and student body presentations, and conducting on-site interviews with PIA students.
To participate in Endeavor’s AMP, students are able to register and begin engaging with Endeavor during his or her term of enrollment. Six months prior to earning their A&P, a student will submit their application to Endeavor and receive an interview. Successful candidates will receive a conditional job offer (CJO), and will be placed into pool status. Within 90 days of their start, a candidate will receive a location-specific offer. The AMP program does not require students to sign a formal commitment, nor is there a requirement to accept a CJO with Endeavor.
“One of our objectives when deciding on the schools we would initially choose for the AMP program was to determine which schools [would] give this program the best opportunity to succeed,” said Eric Wagner, Program Manager of Tech Ops Outreach & Recruitment at Endeavor Air, Inc. “PIA’s long-standing tradition as a leader in our industry made this decision to include PIA as a founding partner school an easy one.”
PIA looks forward to seeing the successful careers of future graduates begin there! For more details, please visit the Endeavor AMP Website.