Career Services and the Eastman School of Aviation collaborated with the Robins Air Force Base to provide a guided tour for 26 students, faculty, and staff on Tues., April 24th. The MGA Campus to Careers Exploration program is designed to expose students to the reality of what can be done with their degree in the workforce.
Mind Your Manners Etiquette Dinner was hosted as a joint collaboration between Career Services, the Peer Career Advisors Club, and Sodexo. A total of 48 students and 3 employers attended.
Eleven (11) students, one faulty, and two staff members were provided free transportation from the MGA Macon campus to the Cobb Galleria in Atlanta to attend the largest career fair in the state of Georgia.
On March 29th, students, faculty and staff greeted nearly 30 employers hoping to connect with jobs seekers at the Middle Georgia State University Eastman School of Aviation Spring Career Fair.
MGA Career Services is hosting our SPRING 2018 AVIATION FAIR on Thursday, March 29, on our Eastman campus from 10 a.m. -1 p.m. in the City of Eastman Room. The list of attending companies is below and more will be added before the fair! We hope to see you there! Companies currently signed up Continue reading
Gene Behrends, a 1st-time Master as well as a member of SAFE and IAC, recently earned his Master CFI-Aerobatic accreditation through the Master Instructors LLC MICEP program https://MICEP.FluidReview.com/ Gene is an assistant chief flight instructor at Eastman’s Middle Georgia State University ( https://www.MGA.edu/Aviation/Flight/index.php ) flight department (EZM). In that capacity, he specializes in stage checks, end-of-course checks, aerobatic Continue reading
Flight major Michael Dyess is an Eastman Campus leader and member of the MGA President’s Torch Society for top scholars.
Deja Fambro, an Aviation Management major, is the first MGA student to embark on a semester at sea study abroad experience, which will take her to 11 countries between now and late December.
Thanks to recent approval by the Federal Aviation Administration, Middle Georgia State University’s School of Aviation has its first permanent protective airspace box.
Gene Behrends helps #MGA students take flight.
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.
MGA is in the middle of a three-year strategic plan to expand aviation offerings statewide, and the first phase of that plan is underway at Macon Downtown Airport. Read more about how MGA’s aviation program is expanding here.