The Women of the Aerospace Industry Association of Michigan took part in the 5th Annual Women’s Aviation Career Symposium at Western Michigan University on Saturday. The goals of WACS are two-fold: advance women in aerospace careers and help alleviate the industry-wide pilot and mechanic shortage through promoting local companies and career opportunities. WAIAM was among
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Jenell Leonard 765.210.7971 firstname.lastname@example.org The Women of the Aerospace Industry Association of Michigan (WAIAM) are excited to offer a free and virtual event for girls grades 4-8th to promote STEM education and the aerospace industry as they plan their future studies. The event, “Michigan Girls Future Flight Challenge” consists of a four-week
The Aerospace Industry Association of Michigan and FIRST in Michigan recently joined forces to create a fun and engaging virtual event for students, parents, and companies from Michigan’s aerospace industry. Any and all were welcome to participate and hundreds attended. Panelists included professional women across the aerospace industry in Michigan. Women from companies like Calumet Electronics in the Upper
The Aerospace Industry Association of Michigan (AIAM) is proud to have teamed up with FIRST in Michigan to offer a free and virtual event for students, parents and companies from Michigan’s aerospace industry. The event will feature keynote speakers from NASA and six unique and engaging panels moderated by women from NASA.