Joining a club as a Central student is a great way to meet people with similar interests and participate in exclusive opportunities. Central has two aviation-specific organizations which are open to all students on campus.
Alpha Eta Rho is a collegiate fraternity founded to bring together those students having a common interest in all fields of the aviation industry. Alpha Eta Rho, the Greek letters that stands for air. Central's Alpha Eta Rho provides a way for students to become more involved in aviation. Each year, they attend the National Women in Aviation Conference and put on many programs and events for students to participate in, including community service projects, movie nights, and other fun programs.
For more information, visit Alpha Eta Rho's website.
The ALPA ACE Club is a student-led organization sponsored by the Air Line Pilots Association, Intl. We have the goal of promoting a culture of professionalism and safety today for the pilots of tomorrow through ALPA pilot-led presentations, field trips, workshops, and seminars. The ALPA ACE Club at CWU also has the goal of enabling students interested in a career in aviation to network with pilots at various carriers on both a professional and personal level all while not charging members a dime.
For more information, visit ALPA ACE Club's website.
The Aviation Living Learning Community (LLC) was designed to bridge students' academic interest with their residence hall living experience. Students are able to live together in the same residence hall and develop personal and academic relationships with other students and aviation faculty. Some exciting things the LLC have done include trips to Boeing field to the Museum of Flight, study sessions for upcoming flight tests and stage checks, and many more things.
For more information about how to join the Aviation LLC, visit University Housing.
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