Our country’s aviation employers offer some of the best careers in the nation, but they can’t find enough skilled workers to fill their positions. Our solution: the National Aviation Consortium.
At the National Aviation Consortium (NAC) we celebrate the achievements of our graduates and those currently enrolled in our aviation and manufacturing programs. NAC students may vary in age and experience, but they all arrive with the same goal in mind, to expand their knowledge, learn a trade, obtain certification and build a better future for themselves and their families. Ultimately, student success is our success, and we're proud to share their stories.
Ron Fronheiser is a Tooling instructor at Edmonds Community College (EDCC). Working with students at the Washington Aerospace Training and Research (WATR) center for the last four years, Ron says he's...View more
When a former student takes the time to say thank you, sometimes they do it in a way that brings tears to our eyes. Hyo-Sin (Mary Wilson) attended classes at Edmonds Community College at the...View more
Employers used to mumble about the skills-gap, but now they're shouting from the rooftops, "We cannot find skilled employees." Hiring managers are often forced to hire inexperienced employees who rely...View more