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General Mitchell International Airport - Milwaukee, WI

Milwaukee County is currently accepting applications to fill a summer 2018 internship position.  The mission of this internship program seeks to educate the individual through practical experience in airport operations, emergency management, safety and security while also providing the county with the benefits associated with employing a college student with a fresh perspective.

The selected candidate will gain hands-on experience working at a medium-hub airport that serves more than 6 million passengers from southeast Wisconsin and northern Illinois each year.  He or she will also have the opportunity to interact with our diverse set of stakeholders which include cargo operations and an Air National Guard base.

The intern will be employed with Milwaukee County over the summer (up to 500 hours) and compensated on an hourly basis.  He/she may be asked to work weekends or evenings and will be completing assigned tasks from the airport’s airside operations, emergency management, SMS, and public safety and security departments at the discretion of airport management. 


  • Ability to pass a criminal history records check
  • Proof of a valid state driver’s license
  • Current enrollment in an accredited aviation program majoring in Aviation Management or related field (enrollment in the program must be maintained for the duration of the internship)

The ideal candidate should:

  • Exhibit professional behavior in a public setting
  • Have excellent communication and analytical skills
  • Have an aptitude to learn new computer programs

Interested candidates should email a cover letter and resume to Shaun Nadolny at by April 20, 2018.  More information on the position can be obtained by contacting Shaun either at the email address listed or at (414) 747-3884.

NetJets - Multiple Positions

Operations Intern

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Safety Intern

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Technical Compliance Program Intern 

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UPS Airline - Flight Ops 

One year position typically starting in September each year. Those who complete the program and are qualified have an opportunity to build flight time at Ameriflight while being mentored by UPS pilots, ultimately leading to a flight position with UPS as needs arise. 


Click Here to view the brochure for more info.


Please Note: There are no active listings for these positions, but there is an email address in the brochure. I would suggest that anyone interested reach out via that email.

AirNet II

AirNet II, headquartered at Rickenbacker (LCK) and part of the Kalitta family of companies, is offering a Flight Operations Internship for 12 weeks from May - August 2018. This is a paid internship providing an excellent opportunity to work with various departments of a cargo charter operation. Gain valuable experience assisting and working on a variety of projects with the Flight Department, Dispatch Operations and Maintenance. If qualified, participate in full INDOC/Baron training.


  • Paid Internship
  • 12 weeks (May - August)
  • Approximately 30 hrs. per week
  • Position located at LCK (Rickenbacker - Columbus, OH)
  • Multi-engine flight time available to properly rated pilot

Minimum Requirements:

  • Must be a minimum 3rd year student with minimum 3.0 GPA
  • Valid driver’s license and able to pass background check & drug screen
  • Must send cover letter & resume by the April 10th deadline
  • Able to work for 12 weeks with day/night rotation changes
  • (we are willing to work with your scheduled summer flight slot)
  • Flight Student with CMEL preferred


  • April 10th Cover letter & Resume Due
  • April 23rd – 27th Interview at AirNet II
  • May 9th Position start date

For consideration submit a short cover letter and resume explaining why you are interested and are the best candidate for the position. Be sure to highlight any flight or mechanical qualifications. All resumes should be submitted to by April 10th.

Note: This is not a guarantee of permanent employment at AirNet II but is an opportunity to build your resume with relevant industry experience, to work with experienced aircraft technicians, and to work closely with management level employees of the Kalitta companies.

Click Here to download the informational flyer

Delta - Flight Operations

There are seven Flight Operations Internship positions available at the World Headquarters for Delta Air Lines in Atlanta, Georgia. This is a paid internship, including additional privileges such as standby travel anywhere in the Delta system. Each intern will be assigned individual duties; however, Flight Op interns will be cross-trained and expected to work as a team to complete all tasks. Due to the large volume of hands-on projects, the interns will learn about the industry and gain valuable life experience in addition to the occasional job shadow opportunity. Most duties are Flight Operations (pilot) based and are valuable to anyone with a long-term goal of becoming an airline pilot.


A Delta Flight Operations Intern will work on such projects as: charter flight planning, processing CASS jumpseat approval letters, processing management pilot applications, assisting with the organization of training classes for Pilot Recruitment, etc. Interns will be trained how to operate the 777 or 7ER simulator in order to conduct simulator tours for various charities and high-value customers. Each intern will also be exposed to other departments, such as, Flight Safety, Operations Customer Center, Technical Operations, In-Flight Service, Communications, Labor Relations, etc.


Intern candidates must be enrolled in an undergraduate degree program with an aviation discipline, have a competitive GPA, and be in good academic standing with the university. An intern must possess excellent communication skills, be able to process complicated issues quickly, and maintain confidentiality when dealing with sensitive information. Due to the technical nature of some projects, interns must demonstrate a competency in skills that include, but are not limited to, simulator tours, the collection and analysis of flight planning data, reading and summarizing new regulations, and the ability to quickly relate to the advanced jet environment. A viable candidate should be actively engaged in a student organization and in their community. They should also have a private pilot certificate and have approximately 150+ hours of total time. The ideal candidate should also have a CFI, or be working towards a CFI. An intern will need to have a comprehensive knowledge of Microsoft Outlook, Access, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.


Apply online at Career Opportunities > College Programs > Search College Program Opportunities > Line Operations Intern


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Southwest Airlines

An opportunity with Southwest Airlines is more than a job – it’s an opportunity of a lifetime. You will get hands-on experience in your particular field and experience the Fun-LUVing Culture that makes Campus Reach one of the most loved internship programs year after year.

Southwest’s Campus Reach program identifies and engages future Southwest Employees at an early age, hopefully inspiring an interest in a career in aviation! Campus Reach’s efforts include: high school internships and partnerships, a nationally-recognized college internship program, direct hiring opportunities for new college graduates, and an MBA internship to bring talented individuals into more strategic roles within the Company.


Click here to download the Campus Reach brochure.


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