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I was in a deep leather chair on the fourth floor of the University Club on San Francisco’s Nob Hill viewing a downtown obscured in a smoke haze generated by the terrible Camp Fire, still smoldering 150 mi. to the northeast. At long last, it was finally raining.
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- Follow up with people who give you their business card
- Create a resume and website that talks about who you are
- Ask local operators for informational interviews
YOUTH MOVEMENT: Millennials are a new breed of private jet flyer. These experience-driven young professionals expect their journeys to be high tech – from booking systems through to inflight services and connectivity. In this article, API's Sheryl Barden talks about the demand for inflight connectivity among millennial travelers as well as how the business aviation sector can help attract millennial aviation professionals.
SAN FRANCISCO Oct. 28, 2013 – The National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) offers a wide range of scholarships that encourage young people to seek careers in business aviation. Last week at NBAA’s […]Read more…
NBAA Panel of Business Aviation Experts to Discuss Talent Development, Internships, Training and Recruitment SAN FRANCISCO October 18, 2013 – For the second consecutive year, Sheryl Barden, President and CEO of Aviation Personnel […]Read more…
SAN FRANCISCO June 2012 – Sheryl Barden, President and CEO of Aviation Personnel International (APIaviation.com), has accepted the nomination to join the National Business Aviation Association’s (NBAA) Associate Member Advisory Council, which […]Read more…
Founder Janice K. Barden was among the first female professionals in business aviation SAN FRANCISCO Oct. 2011 – In 1971, Federal Express, Amtrak and more than 25 air carriers, including Southwest Airlines, […]Read more…