Girl Scout Seniors and Ambassadors are invited to join an all-female team of United Airlines employees for Girls in Aviation Day on Saturday, October 5, 2019 from 9 a.m. – noon at Denver International Airport. United Airlines promotes diversity in the workplace; thus they have the highest percentage of women pilots. Talent Acquisition and Human Resources will be present to provide career pathing advice. This event will introduce Girl Scout Seniors and Ambassadors to eight different fields in aviation.
SOC: The Station Operations Control is the networking hub of an airline. The SOC maps out where a plan arrives into, departs into and handles.
Finance Office: Learn the cost of an aircraft and all of the pieces that an airline needs to function financially.
Flight Operations: Learn how to chart a flight.
Catering: Learn how to create a catering cart.
Customer Service: Learn how to create a boarding pass.
Airline Maintenance: Learn about parts demo and mechanic responsibilities.
Inflight: Learn a safety demonstration.
Ramp: Learn about the new baggage system.
Please park at United Catering Operations.
Check in is 9 – 10 a.m. You will provide your name to the parking lot attendant and then take a shuttle from the parking lot over to the airport and officially check in there.
Event starts at 10 a.m.
Lunch for all will be provided and dietary restrictions and allergies will be accommodated. You will be asked for this information when you register to attend. Waivers for all participants must be submitted as well. You will receive all forms via email before the event.
Please note: This is not a drop off event. All Girl Scouts must attend with a parent, guardian, or troop leader. We strongly encourage girls to attend in groups with their troop leaders to accommodate as many girls as possible.
Registration will close when capacity is met OR on Thursday, September 26, 2019. GSCO will manage a waitlist if capacity is met before the registration deadline.
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