Joseph Kulwicki | Aviation Maintenace Graduate

I attended Spartan for their Aviation Maintenance program from 1990-1992. Besides my A&P license I have also earned my FCC License and my Bachelor’s degree. I have worked as a technician for the following companies:

  • U.S. Navy – Avionics Technician
  • Delta Airlines – AMT/Avionics Technician(Line & Hangar)
  • Southwest Airlines – Aircraft Mechanic (Line & Hangar)
  • Bell Helicopter – V-22 Osprey Program Composites

I currently am a Line Maintenance Planning Coordinator for Delta Airlines.

All of this was possible because of the first step I took by attending Spartan. Every position I have held (except the military) has required a minimum of an A&P License. It is the key element in the aviation maintenance industry. Whether it is commercial aviation, general aviation, or manufacturing. Whether you’re a technician or in management. All of these positions will most likely require an A&P License. Even where it wasn’t always required, as in the military or some manufacturing, my A&P License put me ahead of others in getting an interview and in knowledge and confidence when performing my job. So suffice it to say, had I not gained my initial education with Spartan I would not have been able to hold the positions I have or be where I am today.

I attended Spartan for their Aviation Maintenance program from 1990-1992. Besides my A&P license I have also earned my FCC License and my Bachelor\’s degree. I have worked as a technician for the following companies:

U.S. Navy – Avionics Technician

Delta Airlines – AMT/Avionics Technician(Line & Hangar) Southwest Airlines – Aircraft Mechanic (Line & Hangar) Bell Helicopter – V-22 Osprey Program Composites

I currently am a Line Maintenance Planning Coordinator for Delta Airlines.

All of this was possible because of the first step I took by attending Spartan. Every position I have held (except the military) has required a minimum of an A&P License. It is the key element in the aviation maintenance industry. Whether it is commercial aviation, general aviation, or manufacturing. Whether you\’re a technician or in management. All of these positions will most likely require an A&P License. Even where it wasn\’t always required, as in the military or some manufacturing, my A&P License put me ahead of others in getting an interview and in knowledge and confidence when performing my job. So suffice it to say, had I not gained my initial education with Spartan I would not have been able to hold the positions I have or be where I am today.