Pi Theta Lambda Educational Foundation has teamed up with M7 Aerospace to offer an internship opportunity for a minority engineering student attending a University in San Antonio.
M7 has been awarded a contract to perform a study, examining the effects of hard landings damages on the Air National Guard (ANG) C-26 aircraft. To support this effort, M7 Engineering requires someone to organize hard landing data, to include photos and operator’s descriptions of damage, and then generate reports summarizing the damage.
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Students must send the following to DREAMMAJORInternship@gmail.com
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About M7 Aerospace:
M7 is certified to AS9100D, currently operates a Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) certified Part 145 Maintenance, Repair, and Overhaul (MRO) facility at San Antonio International Airport, and serves military customers using a Defense Contract Management Agency (DCMA) approved 8210.1C Ground Operating Procedure (GOP). Our incorporation of lessons learned and best practices results in low-risk solutions that provide the Government confidence that M7 can successfully perform contracted services.
M7 Aerospace has unique experience as an aircraft Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) and type certificate holder of over 1,000 SA-226 and SA-227 Merlin and Metroliner turboprop aircraft produced at M7’s San Antonio facility. This OEM experience is valuable because it provides a proven, procedure driven approach to planning, manufacturing, material management, and aircraft modification and maintenance. A key risk reducer for all Government services work is M7’s backing by the ESA corporate entity. The company has multiple sites in the U.S. that perform complex manufacturing with engineering, manufacturing, installation, and re-engineering expertise.
About Pi Theta Lambda Educational Foundation
The Pi Theta Lambda Educational Foundation, Inc. (PTLEF) is a nonprofit corporation in San Antonio, Texas, that was established by members of the Pi Theta Lambda Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. in 1992 to provide a vehicle for the local implementation of the nationally mandated programs of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. The primary thrust of the Foundation is to exist as a mechanism to receive and distribute funds for the purpose of funding post-secondary education at an accredited college/university or vocational program to recent high school graduates. PTLEF developed the ALTAIR program to implement the “Go-To-High School, Go-To-College” curriculum, which culminated in eligible participants receiving scholarships at the Black & Gold Scholarship Banquet. Since the establishment of PTLEF, Project Alpha (in collaboration with March of Dimes), a comprehensive sexual education program to reduce teenage pregnancies, STIs, and premature births has been conducted annually throughout the area. In 2010, PTLEF was reorganized to resume its work as a grant-making entity. Tax-deductible contributions from individuals and organizations afford PTLEF the opportunity to provide service and advocacy throughout the greater San Antonio-area. PTLEF members and their families generally perform volunteer services provided by PTLEF.