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South Students Highlighted in King 5 Story on Aviation Mechanic Careers

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July 26, 2016

Journalist Glenn Farley with King 5 News recently reported that Boeing estimates the aerospace industry will need to fill 679,000 aviation mechanic positions over the next two decades (that's 33,000 new careers a year!), further proof that 
 training now for a career in this soaring industry can be the right call for you. 

The story features two current South Seattle College students who are studying to earn their FAA Airframe and Powerplant licenses and working part-time at Alaska Airlines, positioning themselves for a quick transition into full-time employment 
 once they finish their program at South.    

You can check out the story right here

South's Aviation Maintenance Technology and Aerospace Composite Technician programs have been preparing students for success in the aviation trade for decades by employing hands-on training with real aircrafts in our hangars, all taught 
 by experienced instructors with a passion for the aviation industry and seeing their students find fulfilling careers.  

Learn more about our career training pathways.