This week, a new program was launched that aims to educate, engage, and mentor maintenance students who want to become AMTs with Endeavor Air.
The Aviation Maintenance Pathway (AMP) program will be offered at six focus schools across the country and will help prepare A&P students at those schools for a successful maintenance career. Representatives from these schools were brought to Minneapolis this week to learn more about Endeavor, our Tech Ops programs, and how AMP can help their students achieve success.
Endeavor representatives will make regular visits to each AMP school to give presentations, answer questions, and conduct on-site interviews. While AMP students are not required to sign a formal commitment to Endeavor or accept a job offer, qualified candidates will be able to interview for an AMT position at Endeavor Air six months from program completion. By fostering relationships, helping to build professional skills, and coaching candidates through the process, the recruitment team hopes the program will yield strong candidates who will ultimately choose to work with Endeavor.
“Through AMP, students will be able to make connections with our team, see first-hand what makes Endeavor a great place to work, and learn skills beyond the classroom that will prepare them for a successful aviation maintenance career,” said Rachele Johnson, HR Business Partner—Talent Development & Talent Acquisition Representative. “We are excited to help foster the next generation of aviation maintenance professionals, which will help us continue to recruit the best candidates to join our team.”
To learn more about the AMP Program, visit endeavorair.com/technicians, or click here