REGISTRATION FOR THE OCTOBER COHORT IS FULL. PLEASE CONTINUE TO FILL OUT THE APPLICATION AND YOU WILL BE PLACED ON THE WAIT LIST AND BE ASSIGNED FIRST FOR THE NEXT COHORT. 

 

IN PERSON PROGRAM IS HELD IN PORTLAND 

 

 

The Aerospace College and Career Exploration and Selection System (ACCESS)* is our program for teens and young adults ages 14-21. Using our Explore Aerospace series topics, we provide an introduction to our six core topics: Aeronautics, Aircraft Design & Maintenance, Solar System, Commercial Space Travel, Drones and Robotics. 

 

We are seeking interested students, both those new to Airway Science and those that have participated in other programs with us. ACCESS is a 10 hour online and 6 hours in person over 10 weeks. We also ask you to do a weekly 30 minute check in with a Student Success Coordinator. Our Fall Cohort will begin October 13 and we invite you to participate in the program AND help us shape how we present the program. 

 

We'll have speakers, explore concepts we discuss on Kerbal Space Program, and provide an opportunity to try your skills at drones, flight simulators, robotics and more! Students who complete the program will receive an invitation to our Phase II programs (so if you decide you want to be a pilot, Phase II will be a ground school program).


Interested in joining ACCESS? Our Fall Cohort will begin October 11 and we invite you to participate in the program AND help us shape how we present the program. !  (Form should be filled out by parent for youth under 18)

*ACCESS provides informal Career & Technical Education (CTE) through our applied engineering curriculum that includes developing skills that are universally applicable across multiple trades, such as learning to read plans, riveting, measuring, fitting, electrical systems, engine systems, etc. Our structure is intended to prepare the whole student for a career, focusing on soft skills that are necessary for most careers regardless of industry. In addition, our locations and business partners integrate into our program the opportunity for on-the-job exposure to all aspects of the Aerospace Industry. Our program introduces students to a wide range of skills and competencies both specific to the industry and generalized for success in any field, equipping them for continued education toward a well-paying, self-sustaining career.

 

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