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2f13ccfOne of the hardest parts about getting a new job is not always finding the job, but getting through the interview. It can be scary, nerve racking, and you often only get one chance to make a good impression. Wouldn’t it be great if there was someone out there that could help you with this process, to give you tips on what to do and what not to do?

Judy Tarver is just that kind of person. For more than 30 years Judy has been helping people get jobs in aviation. From being Manager of Pilot Recruitment at American Airlines, to VP of Global Strategies at Future and Active Pilot Advisors (FAPA), Judy helps people to prepare for interview questions, how to dress to look professional, and advises interviewees to be themselves and be honest.

Judy and I Discuss:

  • Being prepared for an interview, your personality is not all you need
  • How to handle tough questions
  • Disclosure of blemishes on your personnel or criminal record
  • Dressing professionally
  • Being yourself

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http://fapa.aero

Scholarship of the Week: Alaska Airlines Maintenance and Engineering Scholarship

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Thunderstorms Hazards And Avoidance – Video

by CarlValeri on November 16, 2014

Thunderstorms Hazards And Avoidance is a safety seminar recorded live.

In this video you will learn:

  • How Thunderstorms Form.
  • The Hazards To Aircraft In Flight.
  • The Hazards To Aircraft On The Ground.
  • How To Avoid Thunderstorms.

Click here learn how to view the video seminar.

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ACP071- Live From The National Business Aviation Convention and Exhibition 2014

November 2, 2014

National Business Aviation Association Convention in Orlando, Florida. I interviewed schools about their programs and employers in different segments of aviation. This episode is packed with content, and I really had a great time meeting and interviewing everyone. Interviews In This Episode: Aviation programs at Florida Tech JetPubs Manuals and Training Materials National Center for Aviation Training […]

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ACP070 – Will The Regionals Hire A Pilot Over 50, Is It Too Late To Start Flying At 28, Mission Flying, and More Listener Mail

October 20, 2014

In this episode I catch up on some of the great questions and comments sent in by listeners. Below are the questions as well as links I reference during the show. Question 1: Great podcast on AMA missionary Brian Pottinger in Indonesia. Saw all of AMA YouTube videos . Can’t get enough what a challenging […]

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ACP069 – How To Prepare For Flight School and Flying Over Sixty

October 4, 2014

This week we have another Question and Answer Session with Tom Wachowski. Listener Mail: I’m an aviation enthusiast and I wish to go to flight school in 12 months time. What can I do right now to prepare me for flight school? I Would love to hear a discussion about aviation career opportunities for those […]

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ACP068 – Flying In China With Boeing 737 Captain Doug Ward

September 19, 2014

With the growth of travel and aviation in China there is an increase in the number of piloting jobs. We have received many e-mails from listeners asking what it is like to fly in China. Many of you heard that the opportunities to fly in China are very lucrative. In episode 11 we had Dave […]

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Webinar : Should You Become An Airline Pilot – Part 1

September 8, 2014

“Should You Become An Airline Pilot” is a webinar series to help you decide if becoming an airline pilot is for you. This video series will give you an in depth view of the life of an airline pilot. We also explain some very technical aspects of the career including seniority, bidding, jump seat privileges, […]

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ACP067 – Bush Flying as a Mission Pilot : The Real Story with Brian Pottinger

September 5, 2014

When we watch movies and television the life of a bush pilot seems glorious. I envision a bush pilot swooping down from the heavens above to provide emergency medical supplies to a sick child. Later that day we slowly climb above the bright green canopy of trees to a burnt orange sunset smiling from ear […]

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ACP066 – US Army Aviation and Military “Low Flyers”

August 22, 2014

The job of helicopter pilot is exciting, rewarding, and of great benefit to our society. I have had a long interest in flying helicopters and have only a few hours but can tell you the most amazing thing in the world is being able to hover above the ground as if you are floating in […]

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Webinar : Should You Choose a Career in Aviation?

August 8, 2014

On August 20th we began broadcasting a webinar video: “Should You Choose a Career in Aviation?“ This is a unique opportunity to get an overall picture of the Aviation field, the pros and cons of a career in the aviation, whom is best suited for these careers, and how to get started. In order to view this […]

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