The NBAA Mentoring Network offers established business aviation professionals the chance to connect with tomorrow’s leaders by providing mentees with an invaluable leg-up in their careers. Perhaps most important, however, are the guidance, inspiration and support these professional relationships can provide for everyone involved. “Being a mentor does take time and effort, but you always get more from it than you give,” said Paul Scurio, an international captain for Netflix. “It’s a very rewarding experience to give back some of your experience and knowledge.”
In today’s episode of NBAA’s Flight Plan, host Rob Finfrock speaks with:
Jessica McClintock, vice president of global accounts for FuelerLinx and chair of NBAA’s YoPro Council
Paul Scurio, international captain for Netflix and member of NBAA’s International Operators Committee
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Getting young people interested in business aviation careers, and capitalizing on their energy and talent, is a key mission of NBAA, and that effort was in focus during Collegiate Connect Day, held on Oct. 14, 2021, at NBAA-BACE.
Attracting enough young professionals into business aviation to meet workforce demand is one of the industry’s greatest challenges. NBAA-BACE panelists offered tips for attracting young people to the industry.