Gleim Aviation 141 Chief Instructor and Flight Simulation Specialist Joins Panel of Experts at AOPA Foundation High School Aviation STEM Symposium

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Gleim Part 141 Chief Instructor, Ryan Jeff, will be paneling at the seventh annual AOPA Foundation High School Aviation STEM Symposium at The Peabody Memphis in Memphis, Tennessee, which runs November 13-15.

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There’s currently more demand for workers in the aviation sector than there are workers, and introducing aviation to younger learners is essential for inspiring interest in the many lucrative career paths the industry offers.

The Symposium is a forum dedicated to sharing insights, ideas, and best practices among educators interested in developing aviation STEM programs, and the only event in the nation that focuses on aviation and aerospace content for high school teachers and students.

Jeff, an aviation educator and specialist in flight simulation, will represent Gleim Aviation on an industry panel that will discuss the recommended ground instructor certificates for aviation educators, useful resources for students who are interested in learning to fly or pursuing an aviation career, and best practices for Aviation STEM programs.

The panel will also cover the ins and outs of the FAA Knowledge Test procedure, including the FAA Airman Knowledge Testing Matrix.

“I’m very excited to have been invited to speak at AOPA’s Aviation STEM Symposium,” said Jeff, Gleim Part 141 Chief Instructor and Flight Simulation Specialist. “There’s currently more demand for workers in the aviation sector than there are workers, and introducing aviation to younger learners is essential for inspiring interest in the many lucrative career paths the industry offers. Pilots are the most visible, but the aviation industry requires more than just pilots—it takes hundreds of roles working in tandem to ensure thousands of flights occur safely above us each day. The Symposium is helping address a very real need being felt by the industry. I’m proud to represent Gleim there, and I want students to know that there is a place for each of them in the aviation field.”

About Gleim Aviation
In 1980, Dr. Gleim, CFII, CFM, CPA, CMA, CIA, began self-publishing pilot training books because he wanted to share his love of aviation with the world. Over the decades, he was honored with both the Excellence in Pilot Training Award and the Wright Brothers Master Pilot Award. Gleim Aviation strives to honor his legacy by making effective aviation training accessible to all.    

About the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association (AOPA)
AOPA is the largest international aviation community with hundreds of thousands of members spread across 75 countries. AOPA exists to protect and grow general aviation through education, resources, training, and more.

About The AOPA Foundation
The AOPA Foundation, a 501(c)(3) charitable organization, is the philanthropic arm of AOPA.

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