Joining an organization is a great way to get involved and develop your character and skills as an Aviation student! The following organizations are housed within the BGSU Aviation program. Click on each tab to learn more. Contact information is listed at the bottom of each.
The Falcon Flight Team
BGSU Aviation now has a Flight Team! BGSU's Flight team mission and goal is to promote all aspects of aviation excellence including safety, skill development, education, and career opportunities through competition.
Here's what the team has accomplished at SAFECON in the past three years!
1st place - Message Drop
5th place - SCAN
Winner - Safety Award
9th place - Preflight Inspection
9th place - Ground Trainer
6th place - Message Drop
9th place - Navigation
9th place - Power-Off Landings
6th place - Short-Field Landings
5th and 9th place - Preflight Inspection
9th and 10th place - Ground Trainer
2nd and 9th place - Message Drop
7th place - Power-Off Landings
8th place - Short-Field Landings
Winner - Safety Award
Flight Team Officers
If you are interested in joining The Falcon Flight Team, or would like more information about the organization, please contact Samuel Dunn at email@example.com
Interested in donating to the flight team?
2. Login or proceed as guest
3. Click "Fund Options"
4. Type "BGSU Flight Team" in search bar
5. Select "BGSU Flight Team Fund"
6. Enter amount and any additional information
7. Click "Next" and follow on-screen instructions to complete donation
Thank you for your support!
The Aviation Ambassadors was formed Fall of 2015. This group of engaged Aviation Students help with Preview Days, President Day, STEM Day and other recruitment activities on our BGSU campus, as well as off campus activities such as college fairs and air shows. These students are from all three specializations FTO, AMO and AET. We try to meet on a monthly basis to formulate ways we can help students as the enter the BGSU campus and Aviation programs as well as mentoring other students as they progress through their career path at BGSU. The Aviation Ambassadors act as a focus group and are spokesman for our students to the University and the Flight Center. They encourage and seek to make connections with all our aviation students. There are no dues or membership it is a group of students with strong leadership qualities that just want to help and be involved.
From left: Allison Doan, Sam Dunn, Connor Borowitz, Vito Ditommaso, Nicholas Martucci, Andy Betts, Graham Lewis, Carson Blaisdell, Patrick McVicar, Morgan Kesler, Aaron Holmes.
Missing From Photo:
Brian Bryant, Cameron Condrey, Kaily Crous, Aric Graham, Antonio Lopez, Jessica Schieberl
We are always looking for new members. Please contact Christine Doering @ 419-372-9457 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information about Aviation Ambassadors.
From left: Carson Blaisdell, Nathaniel Charter-Harris, Joey Spaulding, Abby Thomas, Jessica Schieberl
Alpha Eta Rho (Beta Gamma Chapter)
Founded on April 10, 1929 at the University of Southern California, Alpha Eta Rho (AHP) is the oldest professional aviation fraternity in history. Since 1929, AHP has granted charters to more than 140 chapters at the most prestigious aviation colleges and universities. Currently, Alpha Eta Rho recognizes over 60 active chapters in the United States and throughout the world.
Membership in Alpha Eta Rho is open to all collegiate men and women who have a strong interest in, or who are currently seeking careers in any field within the aviation and aerospace industries. As a professional fraternity, AHP strives to maintain and promote the highest moral standards and steadfastly affirms its membership to all, not dependent upon race, religion, nationality, or sex.
Comprised of over 50,000 alumni, Alpha Eta Rho seeks to instill in the public mind a confidence in aviation and its safety. AHP strives to promote contact between the students of aviation and those engaged in the profession, while constantly improving aviation education and research in the field.
Alpha Eta Rho is a non-profit volunteer organization working to enhance the quality of life of aviation students and strengthen the bonds that exist within the aviation community. The fraternal bond cultivated by Alpha Eta Rho fosters a professional and social atmosphere that not only enhances the collegiate aviation experience, but also builds friendships and networking that will last a lifetime.
"We all love planes and anything related to flying. We are small, but do what we can to help the campus and community and have fun. One event we have done was Stem in the Park at the Perry Field House for kids. Having fun with aviation is our main focus. We all want to learn more and have fun. So far, we have toured the USAF Museum in Dayton and met up with OSU’s AHP Chapter. AHP also does other events including Trapped Toledo or having dinner/game nights. Plans for the future include touring Toledo’s airport, more museum trips, meeting up with other chapters, and more."
How to join
If you are interested in joining Alpha Eta Rho, or would like more information about the organization, please contact the president, Sam Wilson, at email@example.com
Women in Aviation: Bowling Green Chapter
The purpose of the Bowling Green Chapter is to promote encourage, network and foster communication while raising awareness of the females in the aviation industry.
Our Mission Statements are to:
- Foster, promote and engage in aviation education, particularly as it relates to women in aviation.
- Cultivate, foster and promote interest and understanding among the public in the accomplishments and contributions of women to the aviation industry.
- Promote, encourage and facilitate membership in WAI and Chapter.
- Support and promote the mission, vision, goals and objectives of Women in Aviation International