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SBVC Partners with Flight School at San Bernardino International Airport

Students examine the run up of a J-34 jet engine in the Aeronautics Department at SBVC Students examine the run up of a J-34 jet engine in the Aeronautics Department at SBVC

Students examine the run up of a J-34 jet engine in the Aeronautics Department at SBVC

SAN BERNARDINO, California?— San Bernardino Valley College (SBVC) has entered into a partnership with World Wide Wings, a flight school based at San Bernardino International Airport.

This partnership allows for SBVC students to complete a commercial pilot license (CPL) or certified flight instructor license (CFI) while studying for an associate’s degree in Aviation Maintenance or Avionics Technology. Upon completion of a CFI, students will have the opportunity to work as flight instructors at World Wide Wings.

Also available are a one-year certificate program in Flight Operations or a two-year program for an Associate of Science degree in Flight Operations and Management, both of which prepare students for immediate employment in the aviation industry, as well as for transfer to a four-year university.

Applications are accepted year-round at www.valleycollege.edu/apply.

For more information on World Wide Wings, visit www.worldwidewings.net.

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