Program:Science and Aviation, Minor in Earth Science
Stream of study: Regular
Career goal: Charter Pilot, Cargo Pilot, Airline Pilot or maybe try becoming an Air Traffic Controller
How I get involved: In the past, I have been a member of the Running and Marathon Club and Karate Club. Recently, I was an O-week leader for science orientation. I am currently a TA for AVIA 100 and the Science Representative of UW Aviation Society. I am super excited to now be a science ambassador!
Why I love my program
Learning science and making the most out of my flying journey are memories that I will always cherish as a student pilot. Flying to Montreal, flying to Orillia for dinner, and flying over Niagara Falls are some of the many joys I've had flying with friends. The faculty of science and the flight centre both recognize the hard work of students through awards and scholarships. This year, I was humbled to be a recipient of the Director of Aviation Academic Achievement Award and the Science Memorial Scholarship.
Why University of Waterloo?
Studying at a prestigious university while learning how to fly is getting the best of both worlds. The University of Waterloo has one of the best aviation programs in Canada. Both the university and flight school allow you to grow your network and prepare you for a career in aviation. With UW, WISA, WWFC and the Region of Waterloo International Airport, there are so many opportunities to get involved in the aviation industry at Waterloo.