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50% femme et 50% noir pour les nouveaux recrutement.
Je vais commencer ma transition Trans/Lgbtqi. Je serais prêt pour la prochaine politique de recrutement Air France.
Bon courage les amis !
États-Unis : quotas diversité chez United Airlines, les femmes et personnes de couleur devront représenter 50% des pilotes de ligne en formation
United Airlines is now accepting applications for its new flight school as part of a new push to train 5,000 new pilots by 2030.
The airline announced in February 2020 that it had purchased the Westwind School of Aeronautics, which was renamed to the Aviate Academy. The flight school's launch was delayed due to COVID-19's impact on travel demand.
At least half of the applicants accepted will be women or people of color, and no prior flight experience is needed. All students will be guaranteed a job with the airline, contingent upon completion of the Aviate program.
The Aviate Academy will enroll 100 students in 2021, with the school's first class of 20 pilots set to begin their studies in the third quarter in Phoenix. The class will graduate sometime in the first half of 2022.
United declined to say how much its academy will cost, but noted that the general industry standard for training with flight schools is roughly $100,000.
UNITED PLANS TO HIRE ABOUT 300 NEW PILOTS
In order to help offset the costs and break down financial barriers for women and people of color, United will $1.2 million in funding for scholarships. The airline's credit partner, JPMorgan chase, has also committed an additional $1.2 million to support women and people of color who are accepted into the Aviate Academy and Sallie Mae will offer private student loans to ensure that no highly qualified, highly motivated, eligible applicants are turned away because they can't afford to enroll.
United is also partnering with three HBCUs — Delaware State University, Elizabeth City State University and Hampton University — who will allow students to connect with ambassadors and coaches who will offer mentorship to aspiring aviators, as well as the Organization of Black Aerospace Professionals, Sisters of the Skies, the Latino Pilots Association and the Professional Asian Pilots Association, who will help recruit top talent and select the applicants who will receive the scholarships and grants funded by United and JPMorgan.
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https://www.msn.com/en-us/travel/news/u ... r-BB1fmCZK
PS : United est basé à SFO en plus faut bien S'ADAPTER à la clientèle locale mdr
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