What: A day of fun and learning to discover a range of career opportunities in aviation.
When: 13th October 2022. From 10:00 until 15:00.
Who: Open to girls and boys aged 15 to 18.
Where: EUROCONTROL HQ. Rue de la Fusée 96, 1130 Brussels, Belgium.
Why: Educate. Inform. Inspire.
Aim of the event is to inspire young girls and boys to pursue careers in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) and particularly aviation.
The event will feature educational and fun activities for around 100+ girls and boys aged 15 to 18. You will be able to participate in hands-on activities such as a virtual tour in a flight simulator. The day will be filled with the opportunity to talk to experts who will help understand how to transform a passion for aviation into a job. In parallel, there will be a small career fair to learn what type of professions and careers in aviation are available to you.
Note that underage kids will need parents’ consent for taking photographs (form to be signed by parents is available via our registration link below).
Please register your attendance here: https://www.eurocontrol.int/event/aviation-4-girls
Programme of the day:
09:15 - 10:00 Registration
10:00 - 11:30 Welcome and inspirational stories by 4 female role models
11:30 - 13:45 Activities (including flight simulator, ATC demonstrator, meet & talk with aviation experts, and career fair)
13:45 - 14:45 Lunch
14:45 - 15:00 Farewell
15:00 End of the programme
We kindly advise participants who register to attend our events onsite to arrive at least 45 minutes before the event start.
Our amazing role model speakers with diverse backgrounds and truly inspirational stories:
- - Nadja Keist (air traffic controller)
- - Mona Seeberger (helicopter pilot)
- - Charifan Osso (aerospace engineer)
- - Lexie Janson (flying car racing pilot)
- - Hania Mohiuddin (aerospace engineer)
In collaboration with: Belgian CAA, Boeing, CAE, DEAC, DroneMasters Academy, EASA, EC, e-flight, ERAU, EuroAvia, EUROCONTROL, First Scandinavia, GAMA, Hogeschool van Amsterdam, Jet Aviation, JetSupport, LVNL, MPS, New CAG, Newton Project, RAeS, skyguide, Skeyes, Think Research.