In my time since graduating, I have had the chance to work military contracts and fine tune my skills as a structures mechanic and sheet metalist. I have also had the chance to work the flight line of a business jet factory and see what it takes to bring an aircraft from the factory to a flight sold aircraft.
My education at Spartan helped when it came to applying for jobs. It allowed my potential employers to read my resume and feel assured that I was a hirable candidate. They knew I had solid foundation of knowledge for aircraft maintenance and the ability to prove that fact.
What I enjoyed most about Spartan was the degree of knowledge the instructors had to offer about their particular area of expertise in the industry. They also had good advice they were willing to offer.
Ted Myers Reviews the Aviation Maintenance Degree