Time surely does fly when you’re having fun, that’s what I have learned during my short three years as an aviation flight science student at Western Michigan University.
Aviation Flight Science student, Dakota Neff, talks about automation in the cockpit.
If you’ve been on Western’s campus or watched ESPN lately, I’m confident that you’ve come across three specific letters: RTB.
When I first discovered Western held an Aviation Summer Camp, I wasn’t originally sure if I would be able to fit it into my schedule. However, making the time was the best choice I made regarding my ultimate career and college decision.
We have all heard of the term “six degrees of separation” at some point.
The internship this summer with the Metropolitan Airports Commission at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport was fun, challenging, and rewarding in many ways and because of that, this experience has enabled me to grow professionally in the career path of aviation and airport management.
At Western Michigan University’s College of Aviation, students are encouraged to expand their knowledge everyday.