Eric Henry donated 2018-11-22 09:56:50 -0800
There’s a great deal of outstanding young people who either aspire to pursue incredible careers OR are ready to enter the workforce. Unfortunately, the majority of these talented students are not exposed to the many employment opportunities in the aviation industry. We aim to change that…immediately.
Pathways to Aviation identifies interested students and builds pathways to guide them toward continued education and/or direct workforce employment. The careers and mentoring program provides career readiness tools, best practices, and mentors, thus elevating their chances of pursuing their educational and career goals.
The Futures in Aerospace program connects students to industry, aviation executives, and college and career opportunities. Students obtain an understanding of their hard and soft skills, articulate those skills on their resumes, share the skills and passions through face-to-face interaction, and develop strong relationships with aviation leaders.
The donation you make will both allow Pathways to Aviation to introduce aviation to an increasing number of students, it will enable young people to fulfill their dreams.
Eric Henry commented on Blast Deflectors seeking International Business Intern 2018-01-24 21:05:09 -0800What a great opportunity to intern at one of the world leaders and pioneers in airport noise abatement! Thanks Blast Deflectors and Pathways to Aviation!
Eric Henry donated 2018-01-21 13:22:14 -0800
Eric Henry donated 2017-03-22 09:22:30 -0700$1,400.00 raisedGOAL: $2,500.00
I'm hoping to raise no less than $2,500 dollars for Pathways to Aviation programs.
Please join me in my quest to make this extraordinary organization the avenue for young men and women to get the necessary training and education to realize their goal of a career in aviation. In doing so, northern Nevada will meet the challenge for the upcoming aviation industry expansion!.
If you wish to learn about the impact of fundraising dollars on the future of aviation, click the following:
2016 in review
Description of educational programs
Editorial in Reno Gazette-Journal (April 2017)
Eric Henry donated 2014-12-02 14:03:37 -0800
We mourn the loss of our good friend, Dave Wilbern. His family has asked the Foundation to accept contributions, in his memory, to be applied to aviation-inspiring education and outreach initiatives.
Donations are accepted online, by completing the information on this page. Those wishing to contribute by check may mail to PO Box 21433, Reno, NV 89515.
All donors will receive a letter of acknowledgement. The Reno Air Racing Foundation is a 501c3 not-for-profit organization, based in Reno, providing support to aviation history and education. All donations are received as 100% tax-deductible gifts.Donate