For one I am thinking of going to Flight Operations aka Aircraft Dispatch, and I am glad that Miami Dade College offers the course!!!!!! But I am afraid that it will be delayed which hurts me because I am looking forward for that to start but its cheaper to do so too!!!!! And my foot in the door to entering the Aerospace Industry. Also I was thinking of being an ATC but the thing is i view it as impossible because of my age now since the cut off age is 31. Which bummed the heck of me, I keep getting the doors slammed on me, but I don't understand why, I have alot of potential and I want to utilize it. Are people afraid of me???
Brystar45 wrote:I am sorry about that I feel I do overthink alot, its just that i am trying to see that I can go for a future. On another note the problem I have is that I speak as I write so please forgive me of that even though I been thru College. So your right I do have to fix up the grammar.
I am currently taking evaluations on that, Its just that I don't see in Retail for the rest of my life, I am ready to be in the Industry I want to be already.
Plus that Flight Operations Officer Training that my College offers sounds like an awesome way of doing so, I am hoping I can enroll for the fall semester.
Plus I am planning on Embry-Riddle or Purdue Universities to receive my Masters Degree. I am hoping I can reach to NASA, FAA, NOAA, Boeing and more.
I do have ambitions but i do want to achieve at least the most of what I am capable of. I am deeply sorry that my initial post was too long.
I have a friend who was a flight attendant. She thought that was all she could do, she didn’t think she was smart enough to be a pilot. until one day a pilot told her that she could be a pilot. It took her a while to come up with the money, but now she’s a pilot.
Brystar45 wrote:Ahhh these are amazing Advises thank you!!!!! And your right I have to be careful where I go, but I am certain with some of my choices. But I thought Degrees benefit the person as well?
Alot of people have talked about Embry-Riddle being the best and its what I have always been told from my Aviation Professors but I can understand what you mean, I will be more in debt, if i am not careful, plus alot of journals and people have said Embry-Riddle is the best, Although I also like Purdue as well. But Purdue has Aviation and Aerospace Management for the Masters.
Also how is it that I could get a Pilots License without breaking the bank? I would love to fly but i don't want to go for the Airlines, that it will be something extra on the side. I wish I can own a P-51 Mustang, A DC-3 and so forth or just be able to fly those.
But never the less I will try to get the money to be able to once I am much more established, I don't feel I am ready yet or maybe I could be wrong?
And an A&P License sounds great but I am not mechanic or technician at all, I can direct, lead, give orders and command things, I can overlook things and see what the problem is, I am a People's Person, which is where my Bachelor's Degree comes in, I feel more like i can take command of something, like a leader. Another thing I am not is that I am not an Engineer at all, which makes it a bummer because Boeing and alot of these companies needs Engineers, NASA included.
I know George T. Baker is a great school for Mechanics but I am not one unfortunately, and thats a bummer too because I saw that many places are hiring but they say Mechanics.
Its why I look at the Flight Dispatch License, I thought this could be my Ticket to NASA, It will get me the experience and being able to go for my Masters to be able to Land at NASA, NOAA, FAA and so forth. I am still evaluating my options on how I can get to NASA, FAA, NOAA and so forth? But I am glad to be able to come on here.
Brystar45 wrote:Also the pilot route I want to make it clear its Not for the Airlines, its just to have another license on the side, No Airlines just to fly small planes like a P-51 and so forth, like to be at EAA Oshkosh, AOPA, Sun N Fun and so forth.
FGITD wrote:Hate to say it, but if you aren’t willing to move around a bit, aviation might not be a great fit for you. It's part of the reason a lot of aviation professionals started off young when they could up and go at a moment's notice. In my case I lucked out and got a job near home, then managed to move up a few levels to a more comfortable place where I'm content. But now if I want to keep moving up, there's no choice but to move away.
Others have posted very relevant information.
I would add this: I do not know what your resume, cover letter and so forth look like, but based on your posts, it would be wise to slow down, proofread your documents and work on some of the grammar and spelling aspects.
If I were looking at your information, but it was written the way it is on here, I wouldn’t give it a second look. This is just helpful advice.
Slow down, perfect the grammar and spelling as these can have major implications (and rightfully so) when a recruiter or manager looks at your resume and such.
Keep up the great enthusiasm; just refine the written parts and make sure your enthusiasm is measured when attending an interview so as to not sound bombastic.
You’ve got it. You’ll get there. Stay positive.
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