Indigenous pilot scholars from Fort Simpson aim for bright, blue future – NNSL Media

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Indigenous pilot scholars from Fort Simpson aim for bright, blue future – NNSL Media

by ahnationtalk on October 5, 202134 Views

October 5, 2021

SaNaeah Allen and Loyal Letcher were taking their private pilot’s license testing this week on the road to getting a full commercial license at the Salt College in Fort Smith.

Short for Sub-Arctic Leadership Training, the Presbyterian-based small institution is working to revive aviation teaching after two years of operation and is one of only two schools in the North, with the other being in Whitehorse.

One thing the two Fort Simpson Indigenous students can agree on is that the school is a positive option for Northern First peoples seeking post-graduate options. What’s more is that the industry needs more Indigenous representation.

Read More: https://www.nnsl.com/news/indigenous-pilot-scholars-from-fort-simpson-aim-for-bright-blue-future/

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