AWAM President Robin Lamar presenting Richard C. Wellman with the first award in his name.

Yesenia Arroyo receives the Student of the Year award from Ann Romer.

AWAM began its scholarship program in 2002 with four scholarships awarded to eight recipients. In 2013, AWAM awarded $120,000 in scholarships to 30 females and 6 males. With the assistance of our incredible sponsors, this program continues to grow to support our industry and the needs of the future.

AWAM membership is open to everyone, regardless of gender. Join now, to take advantage of our Scholarships!

The Mary Ann Eiff - Teacher of the Year Award

Mary Ann Eiff accepts the first Teacher of the Year award in her name.

Welcome to our new hangar. Grab a coffee and look around. Same great Association. Same amazing scholarships (click here for the most recent recipients). And some cool new tools: Find the latest posts below or go straight to the News to see them all. We've got videos and copies of the Maintenance Log and of course Membership Application forms.
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AWAM at 2015 Air Race Classic start – Thank you sponsors

AWAM President, Lynette Ashland and Chapter Chairperson, Gail Rouscher coordinate and oversee the preflight inspection of aircraft competing in the 2015 …

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AWAM President, Lynette Ashland, Kirstie Ovlasuk and Teressa Stark manned our booth at the Exhibition Hall.

Missed the conference? Take a look…

Check out additional photos and see what you’re missing!

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AWAM Conference Schedule

FAA Approved Recurrent Training Qualifies for IA Renewal and AMT Awards & Wings Topics and Presenters Thursday – Topaz room 8:00 …

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AWAM Conference Preview / Employment Prospects

   SPECIAL EDITION eNEWS providing information regarding preconference employment opportunities with our Sponsors and Corporate Members. Apply in person at …

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AWAM Pointers For Landing A Job

By: Jane Shelton, Vice-President First…Pick your target companies! Make your decisions based on company values and/or location. Next… You have …

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We Welcome AWAM Mountain State Chapter 21

By Gail Rouscher, Chapter Coordinator: Their mission: Uniting and bringing together women and men of all ages and experience levels …

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The Association for Women in Aviation Maintenance is a nonprofit organization supporting the needs of women in the aviation maintenance and technical fields.
Our mission within these fields is to:
♦ Champion women's professional growth
♦ Provide networking opportunities
♦ Promote education
♦ Foster a sense of community
♦ Increase public awareness of women
in the industry