NBAA’s BAMC to Focus on Workforce Issues in 2019

In 2019, NBAA’s Business Aviation Management Committee (BAMC) will focus on a variety of initiatives including workforce retention, training and educational outreach. “We know that we need to start them [students] early, and we have to plant the seed of getting them excited at the high school level, but at the end of the day we want them to come through a college program by which they will be able to have a four-year degree and be able to come out with the ability to work in the industry,” said outgoing BAMC chair Jad Donaldson. BAMC leaders talk about the focus for 2019 in this week’s NBAA Flight Plan podcast.

Podcast Episode

September 27, 2020

NBAA News Hour: Women Leaders Emphasize Boldness in Career Planning

The Sept. 25 2020, NBAA News Hour webinar focused on helping women advance in their business aviation careers.
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September 21, 2020

NBAA Director Fig Newton Talks Change, Diversity and Inclusion in Virtual Forum

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September 21, 2020

Podcast: The Value of Mentoring

Mentoring relationships provide rich rewards for mentors, as well as mentees.
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Sept/Oct 2020

Retirees Are Ideal Industry Ambassadors

With all their knowledge and enthusiasm, former business aviation workers are ideally suited to advocate for the industry and promote its career opportunities.
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