The Airport Minority Advisory Council Internship Program matches students for summer internships lasting up to 16 weeks. These internships are an opportunity to get hand-on experience with an AMAC corporate member, such as an airport professional or concessionaire. Internships may be paid or unpaid, and are typically completed as part of college coursework.
|National Business Aviation Association (NBAA)||Operations Division Intern||Eastern||Application|
|Metropolitan Airports Commission||Human Resource Intern||Great Lakes||Application|
Please note: The internships listed on this job board are the sole responsibility of each organization. Contact the specific organization for more information regarding related requirements.
For Students: Consult your college or university’s career center or registrar for specific requirements, including college credit for internships.
For AMAC Members: If you represent a public or private organization that would like to post an internship opportunity, please contact Anthony Barnes at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Leaders Inspiring Future Talent
AMAC hosts Project LIFT events throughout the year and during the annual Airport Business Diversity Conference. This forum-style mentoring session is held for students interested in fields related to aviation and aviation-related business. Project LIFT exposes students to potential careers, educational paths to success, and provides networking opportunities with professional mentors to further students’ academic development.