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Aviation Maintenance Lab Tour

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June 11

Thursday, June 11, 2020

9–10 AM

Earn your degree in aviation maintenance technology at Penn College and the sky is the limit. Join us for a whirlwind walk-through of the Kathryn Wentzel Lumley Aviation Center. See the lab spaces where certificate-, associate-, and bachelor-degree students learn what it takes to earn their Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Airframe and Powerplant Mechanic Certificate. Fly through labs where students tear down and repair engines. Check out the electrical aspects and the specialty instruments. And get a glimpse of the hanger where they put their skills to the test.


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Aviation Maintenance Technology (B.S.)

Prepare for your FAA Mechanical Licenses with hands-on experiences in metal fabrication, electrical and hydraulics, composite structures, reciprocating engines, turbine engines, avionics systems, and more.

Aviation Technology (A.A.S.)

Hone the technical skills to land an in-demand position as an aircraft maintenance technician.

Aviation Maintenance Technician Certificate

Gain the real-world skills you need to fuel your future in aviation maintenance. 


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