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As graduates of Teterboro School , we know that you   represent the highest standards in the  aviation industry!

Continuing Education:

As you already know, individuals, who already have their A & P Licenses, will receive 69 credits toward a Bachelor of Science degree from    Thomas Edison State University.  So if getting  an advanced degree is in your future, please contact them for more information.

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Loan Consolidation :  
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If you have outstanding student loans, you may be wise to consolidate these loans,
Click here  to get more information from the Department of Education

Refresher Program for Students:
If you have been out of school for at least one year, and don't have either your A or P certificates, you will need to take the refresher course in order to get full credit for the programs.  Please contact the school director for particulars.  

Proficiency Exams:
If you still need to take one or  more of the Proficiency Exams, please  click here  for additional information, including  testing dates and times.  

Interview Tips:

(Courtesy of Harry Dahlstrom, author of "The Job Hunting Handbook")

 1.  Wear Appropriate clothing.
 2.  Don't show up late for your    
 3.  Know what the company does.
 4.  Know why you want to work for    that company.
 5.  Don't be overly concerned with  money and benefits.
 6  Don't complain about former job,
 employer, or co-workers.
 7.  Act positive.
 8.  Ask questions.
 9.  Don't exaggerate about your
 abilities, skills, and  accomplishments.
10. Focus on your strengths, not your  weaknesses.
11. Sell yourself.
12. Exhibit appropriate behavior.
13. Don't assume that the interview will
lead to a position.
14. Use humor and warmth by telling a
short story about yourself.
15. Follow up with a thank you note.

Graduate Services
The following are some of the benefits enjoyed by Teterboro School of Aeronautics graduates.
We assist all graduates of Teterboro School equally, regardless of age, race, sex or creed.

Monthly TIP:

Cover Letters:  In your cover letter opening paragraph, include what job  you're interested in  and the specific reason  why you are qualified for this position. A cover letter is extremely important and it has been  documented that a majority of recruiters rate this document as a necessity.
Applications: Follow application instructions to the letter.  Be complete, and answer only what is asked.  Keep a record on who and where you have applied to , and for what positions.  It is easy to become confused when you are a
pplying to many different companies.

Resume: If possible , try to include words like  Flexibility,  Detail-Oriented and Self-Motivated.

Interviews: Always be ready to ask the interviewer questions when they ask, if there are any questions. Always send  a personalized thank-you letter to the hiring manager. Not only does this indicate your continued interest in the position, but it also shows follow-through and a level of professionalism.

Resume Writing Assistance  
Airworthiness Solutions is a staffing company that will assist students in writing resumes.  They have a staff of professionals who have worked in the field and will be able to assist you in using all the right words and phrases needed to create a strong and powerful resume. The resume service includes a cover letter, 2 practice phone interviews with a recruiter, and being included in the candidate pool for Airworthiness solutions clients.  One of the staff members is a TSA graduate, so Airworthiness Solutions is offering a discount to graduates, or current students of TSA, as well as military Veterans. Please contact Cesar at 404-500-1973, or email cesar@airworthinesssolutions.com  

Next Starting Date:  
Airframe & Powerplant Mechanics Course  
September 10, 2019  
Contacting the School:  
If you need to contact the school, you may click here to send us an email.  We will respond to your request as soon as possible.   If you wish , you can also call us  at (201) 288-6300 and speak to the school director.  

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