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AIM Waives Mx Students App Fees at Virtual Event

by Jerry Siebenmark – April 15, 2020, 10:08 AM

Aviation Institute of Maintenance (AIM) will waive its application fee for one day for students who attend its Digital Decision Day on April 25, the Virginia-based network of aviation maintenance schools announced this week. The virtual event is geared to helping prospective students select the appropriate program for them—including but not limited to aviation maintenance technician (AMT)—as well as provide access to financial aid advisers.

During the event, admissions representatives also will host career-planning sessions specific to a student’s program of interest that will offer insight into industry demand. AIM students who graduate from the AMT program are eligible to take the FAA exams necessary to obtain a mechanic’s certificate with ratings in both airframe and powerplant.

AIM operates campuses in 12 cities: Duluth, Georgia; Charlotte, North Carolina; Philadelphia; Irving and Houston, Texas; Indianapolis; Las Vegas; Kansas City, Missouri; Freemont, California; Casselberry, Florida; and Manassas and Norfolk, Virginia.