Professional Clubs Support Students in Transitioning From Classroom to Career
Making the transition from the classroom to a career can be challenging to say the least
The professional organizations at Embry-Riddle Prescott excel at preparing students to conduct successful job searches and how to make the transition to the work place once hired. We give you the tools to soar in whatever field you choose to pursue.
- American Association of Airport Executives (AAAE) - The AAAE organization at Embry-Riddle was founded to serve as a professional link with airport executives around the world. AAAE is a student-run organization that resides within the ERAU community. Is a place for students to meet new people, network with industry professionals and leaders, attend exciting social/professional events, develop leadership skills and gain real-world experience. In addition, the organization participates in airport tours and talks with airport personnel and management, airlines, service providers and aircraft manufacturers across the globe.
- American Institute of Aeronautics & Astronautics (AIAA) - Founded to provide students and faculty the means to further their education, AIAA often receives challenges to design, build, and test an aircraft for competition. This completely student run organization focuses on professional development, class trainings and social activities related to the aerospace profession.
ALPA ACE - A club that propagates promotes and upholds professionalism and a culture of safety among the future airline pilots at ERAU.
- ASIS International: Educates students and the community about the security profession. It also promotes the security profession within the private and government sectors, at the same time it engages academic study of this profession.
- American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE) - The American Society of Safety Engineers enhances safety engineering as a profession, as well as the professional development of the members.
- Eagle Aeronautics - Gives all students at ERAU a “hands-on” experience with flight, aircraft, air traffic control, procedures, locations, and conditions which are not available through the school’s training program.
- Eagle Aerospace - Strengthens academic theoretical engineering by providing an extracurricular opportunity to participate in the process of design, construction and testing of a launch vehicle capable of achieving 25,000 ft. This project participates in the nationwide Intercollegiate Rocket Engineering Competition.
- Eagle Eye - Ensures the quality of the Eagle Eye Publication, both as an instrument of teaching about intelligence writing, and as a valuable product to its readers.
- Eagle Robotics - Strengthens academic theoretical engineering by providing an extracurricular opportunity to participate in the process of design, construction and testing of robotic vehicles.
- Flight Safety Foundation, Student Chapter - Promotes the development and improvement of aviation industry, education and safety.
- Graduate School Prep - Provides experiences that prepare interested undergraduates for successful graduate studies.
- Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE) - Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Student Chapter provides an organized group for individuals to meet fellow students interested in electrical and electronics engineers. It makes available social and professional networking along with professional development opportunities for members.
- International Society of Air Safety Investigators (ISASI) - promotes safety in today's aviation culture and to expand awareness of aviation safety issues and the accident investigation process.
- Phi Beta Lambda (PBL) - provides additional opportunities for post-secondary and college students to develop vocational competencies for business and office occupations and business teacher education. PBL is an integral part of the instructional program and in addition, promotes a sense of civic and personal responsibility.
- Silver Wings - To support the progress, traditions and concepts of the United States Air Force as a civilian society; to support Aerospace Power and its role in national security; and to advance the professionalism of its membership through service to the university and community. Members must complete an associate training program.
- Society of Physic Students - National Organization that networks with other chapters, hosts outreach events and educates about physics and STEM related fields in general.
- Society of Women Engineers - We stimulate women to achieve full potential in careers as engineers and leaders, expand the image of the engineering profession as a positive force in improving the quality of life, and demonstrate the value of diversity.
- Women in Aviation - We strive to give interest to women to be involved in Aviation, which is mostly dominated by men. There is a yearly national conference that we always attend, where there are hundreds of companies at a huge career fair, as well as many exciting lectures of amazing aviation stories.