Aviation Institute Internship Program (AIIP)
Current AIIP Opportunities
Internships are open to undergraduate and graduate students pursuing a degree, concentration, or minor in aviation
Minimum 3.0 Cumulative GPA preferred
Some opportunities are only open to U.S. citizens and legal permanent residents
Appropriate FAA certificates or ratings maybe required on certain opportunities
Students are expected to commit a minimum of 8 hours per week for 16 weeks in order to receive full credit for the internship. The internship experience is an academic course and must be taken for an academic grade. Students will receive 3 hours of credit for the course and maybe eligible for up to 6 hours of internship credit.
How to Apply
Please fill out the Internship Application and submit it with a copy of your resume and cover letter. Please note that you are applying to the Internship Program, efforts will be made to match you with your top choice but it is not a guarantee.
Fall Semester: February 15
Spring Semester: September 30
Summer Semester: February 15
National and International Opportunities
The Aviation Institute also has established relationships with airlines, airports, governmental organizations, non-profit agencies, consulting firms, and more that offer nationally competitive internship programs. These opportunities are often paid but students are responsible for housing, food, and local transportation while conducting their internship.
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