Wings Over the Rockies is launching a new program—the Aerospace Exploring Post at Centennial Airport. The Aerospace Exploring Post is Learning for Life’s career education program for boys and girls ages 14-18 years of age.
In this program, students will have the opportunity to explore aerospace careers throughout the Denver area. Most activities will occur in and around Centennial Airport. Through the program, students will also develop life skills like leadership, citizenship and character.
For more information, please email us at Info@WingsMuseum.org.
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For this meeting, ***Explorers***, please invite any teachers and school administrators to this meeting. Hetty Carlson, the Wings Teacher Flight Director, will be giving us a tour of the Wings 1940's Stearman bi-plane (pic is attached) and talking about the teachers and administrator's that have flown in the Teacher Flight program in years past. The airplane is incredibly awesome!! If any of your teachers are interested in flying for free in a WWII era airplane, they can! :)
How will students benefit? Our premise is that they can be inspired to higher achievement through the motivational context of flight — as represented by our Museum, with its compelling exhibits and programs. Through one-on-one or group interaction with participants in the Teacher Flight Program, students are encouraged to avail themselves of our wide-ranging educational opportunities. As a treasure for kids in search of new adventures, the Museum has the potential to help kids pursue their own dreams of a future in aerospace. To spread their wings. And to join the explorers, discoverers, and achievers of tomorrow.
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