Student Support Services
Global Atlantis provides a variety of services to support students as needed. These services include:
- Free wifi in Academy buildings
- Meet students at the airport (with proper advance notification) and/or arrange student transport from arrival airport
- Recommend temporary hotel accommodation and provide additional assistance in finding accommodation. We do provide optional and convenient student housing at competitive prices.
- Help to establish bank account, Social Security number (as it applies to OPT), driver license, and assist students who may have Immigration issues as they relate to student visa status.
- Assistance with establishing utility services and the purchasing of furniture.
- Guidance in purchasing transportation and obtaining automobile insurance.
- Information on community services including churches and location of schools and day care centers.
Each student will receive a Student Guidebook upon registration. The Student Guidebook is a “go-to guide” with quick references on topics such as student visas, health insurance, TSA requirements, accommodation, and services available. The information given addresses questions frequently asked by our student body.
Student Services Programs
The Student Services Department provides a number of programs and events to benefit the student body including:
- Pilot Mentoring Program
- New Student Welcome Events
- Facebook Student Exchange Group
Job Search Assistance
Global Atlantis maintains a 90% or greater graduate employment rate. All students are offered assistance with preparation of résumé and attendant materials. This includes cover letters, copying of certificates, logbooks, medical certificates, and reference letters.
Global Atlantis provides each student with several resources regarding job searches and forwarding referral requests from other flight schools who may be hiring. Students are also advised of networking opportunities and encouraged to attend in-house Pilot Mentoring sessions in which aviation guests offer career advice and share information of potential opportunities.
Information and assistance is also provided in the following areas:
- Telephone techniques
- Interview and meeting etiquette
- Pre/post interview correspondence and communication
Global Atlantis guarantees to give each student the best education possible.
On successful completion of the Commercial and Certified Flight Instructor certificates, and a minimum of 250 hours in airplanes, the student is in a position to apply to entry-level jobs in the aviation industry. Most entry-level jobs are for flight instructor positions and a pilot will normally work as a Certified Flight Instructor for a minimum of 12-18 months. At that point, assuming the pilot has accumulated approximately 1,000 - 1,500 hours, he/she meet the standards of the airline industry.
Global Atlantis provides career advisement and job search assistance for each of our graduates.