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Andrew Glasse

Andrew Glasse, Aviation Maintenance Technology, Airframe and Powerplant student

Andrew Glasse, Aviation Maintenance Technology, Airframe and Powerplant student– advertisement that appears in the February, 2011 issue of VYPE magazine

Aviation Maintenance Technology - Airframe and Powerplant

My name is Andrew Glasse and I graduated in 2009 from Dexter high school, Dexter, Kansas. I started attending WATC right after graduation. I remember talking to one of my friends about it, then I got on WATC’s website. The next thing I know, the ball started rolling down the hill and I was enrolled. It’s gone by pretty fast actually, 18 short months and I’m almost done.

I am in the AMT (Aviation Maintenance Technology program) getting my A&P (Airframe and Powerplant) license. I’m liking it a lot. It was a good choice for me because I didn’t really know what I wanted to do and there is such a wide variety of career paths. You can go overseas, work at NASCAR, or work on locomotives at the railroad. It’s open right now, as to where I want to go.

I would highly recommend everyone to at least look into the program. It’s a good program to get into and this career doesn’t really tie you down like a desk job. You can go to the next city or state and get a job. That’s what I like about it.