Flight major Michael Dyess is an Eastman Campus leader and member of the MGA President’s Torch Society for top scholars.
Master Instructors LLC takes pride in announcing a significant aviation accomplishment on the part of Sanford C Wise III, an assistant chief flight instructor at the Robins Air Force Base Aero Club and a resident Bonaire, Georgia. Recently, Cres’s accreditation as a Master CFI (Certificated Flight Instructor) by the Master Instructors LLC Board of Review, Continue reading
Middle Georgia State University’s School of Aviation is launching a part-time program option for people interested in aircraft repair and maintenance careers.
William “Chip” Rose now gets to move on to the national competition in Louisville, Ky., in June. Learn more about Chip and this competition here.
Joseph Foster, aspiring flight test engineer, helps his fellow students as an MGA peer career advisor. Learn more about him here. OK
In recent months, we have seen a rise in activism across the country. As we work with our colleagues in the USG to make a general case for public institutions and to raise our particular needs as the most affordable university in the state, we become active on your behalf. The state legislature is part Continue reading
Victoria Monetta is a senior Aviation major aiming for a career with Delta Airlines. Read about her in the latest MGA Finding Greatness profile. Click Here to read her greatness profile.
Mark your calendars! It’s time to put your career suit on and market yourself! MGA is proud to announce three new career fairs scheduled in September (Cochran), October (Macon), and November (Eastman). Students and graduates are encouraged to take advantage of various jobs offerings, career-specific advising, and on-the-spot resume reviews! Registration is not required, however each attendee must Continue reading
Middle Georgia State has agreed to lease space at the Macon Downtown Airport to expand its flight programs to Macon. The hub of the University’s flight programs will remain in Eastman; the Macon center will be a satellite operation aimed at attracting students from another geographic area of Georgia.
The Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia approved our proposal for a Bachelor of Science degree in Aviation and Aerospace Operations Management.