Utah Aerospace Pathways | Students
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About This Project

This is your shot – ignite the career of a lifetime!

Building the most advanced airplanes in the world requires all kinds of people: composite technicians, assemblers, machinists, inspectors and more. Gain experience in a growing field that has high-quality working conditions, allows you to continue your education while earning a living and provides the opportunity for you to grow your salary – the potential is yours to build.


Students will need to complete 60 hours of first semester study, 48 second semester hours of study in aerospace composites and metals at the ATC and 48 hours of student externships with one of the sponsoring employers. Click here for a printable externship planner.


Aerospace manufacturing certificate-holding students will have demonstrated knowledge and proficiency in basic manufacturing and will have completed classroom study such as:


  • Composite Manufacturing
  • Basic Metrology
  • Tool Usage/Safety
  • Environmental Health
  • Precision Measuring Instruments
  • Organizational Awareness
  • Applied Math
  • Reading
Talk to your career counselor today!

Be sure to ask your career counselor about the requirements and benefits to getting your Aerospace Manufacturing Certificate.