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Interview Prep

Pilot Job Fair Prep Presentations

Your goal is to get an interview as soon as possible – we can help increase your chances of getting a call. You want to walk into a job fair or meet and greet prepared. We provide helpful tips that will lower your stress and touch on areas that you might not be expecting or prepared for.

    CURRICULUM:
  • Behavior at the event – you never know who is watching. Always be aware of your surroundings and what you say in public
  • How to greet the recruiters – first impressions have a big impact on the outcome
  • What kinds of questions you can expect from them – this is different from an actual interview, however, they will still ask probing questions
  • How the airlines evaluate your resume – what they will be looking for
  • How to deal with obstacles or inconsistencies in your background
  • Subjects to avoid
  • Demonstration of a mock job fair interview to demonstrate some good and bad approaches
  • Question and answer session

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Meet the FAPA team

Mike Schukert

Collegiate Aviation Liaison

MikeSchukert

Mike joined the retired ranks in 2000 after a collegiate aviation teaching career spanning over 20 years. Much of this time was concurrently served as an active-duty and reserve officer in the U.S. Air Force from which he retired in 1991. Although he held professorships at Ohio State and Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Mike's last and longest-tenured academic appointment was with the Department of Aerospace at Middle Tennessee State University.

Client Testimonials

Anonymous

Job Fair Attendee

Craig, I would like to say the job fair in DFW was awesome. You all did a great job. I like the way the American process was set up to where you sat at a table one on one with the recruiter. Just want to let you know you all did a great job.