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St. Louis Aerospace Institute to Conduct Program Information Session for Aerospace Courses

July 24, 2013

Aerospace Manufacturing  
Aerospace Institute students, Leon Hayes and Francis Adams, learn
new skills in the Electrical Assembly class.

Discover more about aviation maintenance and aerospace manufacturing courses at
St. Louis Community College (STLCC).

The St. Louis Aerospace Institute at STLCC is hosting an information session 6 -7 p.m. Tuesday, July 30, in Room 136 at the Center for Workforce Innovation, 3344 Pershall Road.

The aviation maintenance courses are offered in cooperation with St. Louis Public Schools at Gateway STEM High School as part of their FAA certified Aviation Maintenance Technician Program.

“The courses prepare students for Federal Aviation Administration airframe and power plant tests,” said Becky Epps, program manager of the St. Louis Aerospace Institute at STLCC. “Fifty-four credit hours are earned over 19 months.”

Aerospace manufacturing courses cover aerospace fundamentals, sheet metal assembly, mechanical assembly, electrical assembly, composite fabrication and composite assembly. Up to 29 credit hours can be earned in one semester in these fast-paced, accelerated courses.

Individuals interested in this career field are invited to attend the upcoming information session. Prospective students will:
• Learn about academic requirements and career options
• Find out how to get started at STLCC

For more information or to register contact Amy Sonderman at 314-513-4307 or ASonderman@stlcc.edu. Individuals with disabilities who have accommodation needs should call 314-513-4307.