Why Choose a Missouri Flight School?
Residents from Missouri can enjoy all Spartan Aviation School has to offer, and a promising job outlook!
Students from Missouri studying at Spartan not only have tremendous potential in the aviation field, but these opportunities can be l back in their very own home state. As the aviation industry continues to ever expand, the demand for pilots, mechanics, avionics technicians, research and development specialists, aviation management, and other positions in aviation also continues to grow.
There are a number of ways that Spartan students from Missouri can gain employment opportunities. To ensure a successful start in an aviation career, Spartan offers out-of-state students with:
- affordable housing
- financial aid
- scholarship opportunities
- career services
There are over 40 companies in Missouri that have employed or could employ Spartan graduates. These companies include a long list of firms like certified repair stations, original equipment manufacturers (OEM), fixed based operators (FBO), certified flight schools, regional air carriers, national air carriers, helicopter companies, charter services, and cargo operators. Besides aviation firms, there are other industries within Missouri that provide opportunities, including alternative fuel and metallurgy firms. Some highly recognizable employers among our list include Branson Airlines, Butterball Turkey, Lazy Boy Chair Co., and Libby Corporation just to name a few. Missouri as these job opportunities available throughout the state of Missouri, including the major cities of Kansas City and St. Louis.
Tools & Services for Missouri Students
To ensure that each student has the necessary tools at graduation, Spartan Career Services department provides career strategy seminars, resume preparation, cover letter writing, on-campus career fairs, assistance with job applications, job interview guidance and other services. Leading aviation companies and other relevant industries have strong relationships with Spartan, which ensures that Spartan graduates from out of state, especially Missouri, have the best chance to apply what they have learned in today’s market.