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  • 7 Jun 2019 2:32 PM | Mark Quandahl (Administrator)

    Again this year we have an exciting opportunity to host the Annual Rock Valley College Aviation Program Job Fair at our Aviation Career Education Center located at 6045 Cessna Drive, Rockford, IL 61109 and we are looking forward to your participation whether it is your first time here or if you are returning once again seeking our Aviation program graduates for positions you may currently have available or will have available in the near future.

    The event this year will be held on Thursday, June 20th 2018 from 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM and we are excited to have approximately 60+ of our graduating A&P students attending this event as well as current students from our program.

    It will be a great opportunity to find individuals to fit your company’s particular needs or to support our program by offering hiring advice, industry insight, etc.

    Students will come with resumes, and if interested, we would love for you to be able to conduct interviews on sight in private areas that we will be making available.

    Our Job Fair has become a popular event and we are space limited to twenty tables, so please RSVP as soon as possible when your certain that you can attend.

    We hope you consider taking part in this very important event for our students and look forward to your participation!

    Thank you in advance for your support and please RSVP to;

    Maria Salazar M.Salazar@rockvalleycollege.edu or 815-921-3016.

    Mark Adolphson
    A&P, DME
    Assistant Professor, Department Chair
    Aviation Maintenance Technology
    Rock Valley College

    1978 RVC-AVM Program Graduate

  • 5 Jun 2019 6:45 PM | Wendy Quandahl (Administrator)

    On May 30th the Boler Company Director of Maintenance, Derek Popp (center of the back row) and Director of Aviation, Dan Walton (far left) welcomed Career Trek Program students from Main South, East, and West.   The tour included the hangar, aircraft and ATC Facilities.

  • 29 May 2019 10:33 AM | Wendy Quandahl (Administrator)

    CABAA is very excited to be sponsoring the Lewis University Women's Air Race Classic Team. You can also be a sponsor! CABAA will match gifts dollar-for-dollar up to $4,000!

    Click the link below to Donate Today!


    2019 Women's Air Race Classic

    The Women's Air Race Classic is an annual event that has been taking place for 90 years. This four day, twenty-five hundred-mile journey starts in Tennessee and ends in Canada and is an opportunity to encourage the pioneering nature of many young female aviators. Historic women in aviation including Louise Thaden, Phoebe Omlie and Amelia Earhart have competed in the prestigious race. 

    Sponsoring the Lewis University Air Race Classic Team allows our students, Megan Shaffer, and Mickael Ashworth, to participate in this historic race. This is vital for the continued development of our program and will help to keep Lewis at the forefront of promoting women in the field of aviation. 

  • 1 May 2019 11:19 AM | Wendy Quandahl (Administrator)

    Katy Glynn of Jet Linx (CABAA Communications Chair) with Lewis University Student videographer Anthony Borowczyk (Ant Aerial Video) along with Lewis University pilots Mickael Ashworth (CABAA Scholarship Winner) and Megan Shaffer prep for or the Air Race Classic promotional video. CABAA is co-sponsoring the all women flight team in the June 18-21 race from Tennessee to Canada (https://www.airraceclassic.org/) Celebrating 90 years of women in aviation.  Stay tuned for links to support the CABAA Racing Team and get daily updates from the field (www.cabaa.com).

  • 13 Apr 2019 11:39 AM | Mark Quandahl (Administrator)


    Top Left: Carl Robst, Chairman of the Chicago Area Business Aviation Association's (CABAA) Safety Committee addresses a Sold Out "Safety Day" crowd at McDonald's Hamburger University outside of Chicago. "We had tremendous audience engagement on key topics that are really hitting the business aviation industry nationally and locally," noted Robst. "These informative sessions will be posted on our new CABAA web site in May. We have a fantastic Safety Committee in place and we look forward to building on this success for next year."

    Top Right Photo: Michael McGrory of Smith Amundsen and Steve Bruneau of Pulsar Informatics on deck to speak at the event.

    Bottom Photo: Carl Robst and the CABAA Safety Committee including Kevin Kovarik, Joe Kovarik, Joe Paterala, Leah Lenardic, Norah Lenardic, Christa Mabry, Marc Pozdol, Cliff Lee, Eric Warning, Kelly Tolomeo and 9 student volunteers.

    For more information: www.cabaa.com

    #chicago #privatejets #aviationsafety #bizavworks

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