Why should I attend Maine Ace Camp?

Students who attend ACE camps have the fortunate opportunity to see up close and first-hand, how our aviation system works from the inside looking out. They will tour many facilities and meet military and civilian experts who are willing to share their knowledge and experience about what it takes (and what NOT to do) to get into their career fields. This insight will enable them to prepare NOW for their future and plan their academic course accordingly based on their desired occupation. The U.S. aviation industry is the most advanced, safest and professional system in the world, and remains that way only because of the high standards each organization, business, and individual maintains. Below are some of the many aviation industry jobs - both military and civilian - that are in demand now and will be in the future:

Air traffic controllers
Aircraft manufacturing
Fixed base operator
Aviation mechanics
Flight attendants
Ground attendant
Airline pilots
Passenger service agents
Aircraft refueler
Military pilots
Flight dispatcher
Crash Fire and Rescue
Avionics specialists
Airport manager
Corporate pilots

Who are the Maine ACE Camp staff members?

Maine ACE Campers are supervised the entire week by a professional staff, consisting of Camp Coordinator, Director, Assistant Director, Lead Counselor, Counselors, and Chaperones. All staff members and chaperones have strong aviation backgrounds as general aviation pilots, commercial pilots, air traffic controllers, airframe and power plant technicians, and certified current Instrument and Flight Instructor ratings, both for land and sea aircraft.


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