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Aviation is exciting. From the first powered flight at Kitty Hawk to the movie Top Gun, our industry has always captured the public’s imagination.
At Gulfstream, we encourage high school students to explore the many diverse careers in the field of aviation. We seek opportunities to sponsor and participate in local and national career programs that promote this exciting field.
Working in conjunction with the community, the Student Leadership Program launched by Gulfstream helps to build leadership and personal skills that will support our future workforce. As a good corporate citizen, we recognize our responsibility to lead the way in forming school-business partnerships.
Gulfstream employees not only assisted in developing the SLP, they also serve as community advisers and mentors for students.
In Savannah, Gulfstream actively recruits high school students into competitive apprenticeships for highly skilled occupational careers. Participating students work at Gulfstream during their junior and senior years. This program links school-based learning (secondary and post-secondary education) with actual business experience.
Basic Qualifications - Public high school juniors and seniors in Chatham, Effingham and Bryan counties
How to Apply - Students can apply for this program through a high school coordinator at their school
The High School Explorer Post Program is a unique and dynamic program that brings together Gulfstream, high school students in Chatham County, GA and the Boy Scouts of America. Students attend monthly meetings at our work site during the school year to learn about career paths and to make career contacts and acquire the skills they will need to pursue an aviation career.
Public high school seniors in Chatham County
How to Apply:
Students can apply for this program through a high school coordinator at any Chatham County public high school