Come visit us at the 2018 NW Aviation Conference & Tradeshow in Puyallup, WA on February 24th & 25th.
Provide an experience that opens a young person’s mind to new horizons whether in terms of personal achievement or career aspirations in aviation and aerospace sciences.
The TeenFlight Puyallup program is a 2+ year program designed to teach high-school level kids the vocational skills necessary to construct, maintain and fly the aircraft they built along with directly exposing the students to the various career opportunities through field trips, job shadowing and internships.
- Learn to work as a team and develop leadership skills
- Learn a variety of vocational skills:
- Metal fabrication
- Reciprocating engines
- Understanding technical drawings and instructions
- Public speaking and presentation skills
- Earn a Sport Pilot certificate
- Job shadowing & internship opportunities
- Potential credits for high school and higher education
- Students become better candidates for prospective employers
Build Plane (Sept – Aug)
Students will work approximately 200+ hours in the first year building the aircraft and participating in the flight-test phase. The students will also display their aircraft throughout the year at a variety of events and venues to show their accomplishments, help promote the program and to serve as outreach to other youths.
Flight Training and Job Shadowing
The second year of the program is primarily focused on flight training, aircraft maintenance and inspection, developing leadership through participation in mentoring first year students and exploring career opportunities through additional field trips and jab shadowing.
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Airplanes in Progress
Instructing students using hands-on training in the technical skills, teamwork and leadership that is necessary in team building a Light Sport aircraft from start to finish.
Providing opportunities for the students to earn high school and college credits for participating in the program.
Providing students with job shadowing and internship opportunities.
Work with businesses to provide scholarship and grant opportunities for students entering aviation and aerospace career studies.
Washington State based non-profit organization operating as a public charity providing educational services to high school aged students. TeenFlight Puyallup has been granted 501(c)(3) tax-exempt status by the IRS.
No costs or Fees
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2017-18 Program Sponsors
TeenFlight Puyallup would not be able to provide the program we do to so many kids without the generous support from individuals and Corporate Sponsors. TeenFlight would like to thank following corporate sponsors for their generosity.