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The Aviation Institute of Maintenance - Chesapeake

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help adult students gain the skills and attitudes necessary for a meaningful entry-level career position.

We strive to be responsive to the needs of not only our students, but also area businesses, industries, and government.

We are committed to high academic standards in all of our curricular offerings.

We are dedicated to providing the services that support our students' efforts to succeed.

Aviation Institute of Maintenance is a distinguished co-educational institution committed to the education and personal enrichment of each student. Students can succeed in our collegiate environment when properly motivated, taught to set goals, and to take responsibility for their own success in furthering their education. All aspects of the school are enriched with creating an atmosphere conducive to learning, while instilling a high degree of business ethics and professionalism. This facilitates the easy transition from student to professional. Each program offered is specifically designed to qualify graduates for a career position in government, business or industry.

Aviation Institute of Maintenance is devoted to the following objectives:

To motivate, educate, and develop students to their maximum potential while enrolled in their chosen field of study.

To maintain all instruction in a job-related environment to ensure graduates the greatest potential for employment in the occupational fields for which they are trained.

To offer dedicated and qualified instructors that provides the tool of learning which will enhance each student’s future success.

To create an atmosphere for learning that is both personal and practical, while in a school that is friendly and informative.

To establish high standards of education and training in order to maintain corporate satisfaction among the business community for the school’s graduates.

To enable students to establish independence through successful employment in their chosen career field.

AIM-Chesapeake Address

Aviation Institute of Maintenance Chesapeake
2211 S Military Hwy
Chesapeake, VA 23320
General information:(757) 363 2121
Financial aid office:(757) 363 2121
Admissions office:(757) 363 2121
Fax Number:(757) 363 2044University Homepage
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