Airport Career & Internship Fair draws 300 visitors

Charity Catalfomo, Airport Safety & Security Manager, discusses career and internship opportunities with prospective applications at King County International Airport/Boeing Field's Career & Internship Fair in March 2018.The future of aviation is exciting, especially when you get to see it up close.

The Airport got the chance to do so during our Career and Internship Fair last month, when nearly 300 professionals, college and high school students packed our Arrivals building to discover opportunities in the industry.

Representatives from King County International Airport/Boeing Field and several of our tenants offered the attendees – who represented schools from across the state – a glimpse into what we do.

An overhead view of the inside of the Arrivals building during King County International Airport/Boeing Field's Career & Internship Fair in March 2018.

Companies and organizations represented at this year’s fair included:

  • King County International Airport/Boeing Field
  • The Boeing Company
  • UPS
  • Signature Flight Support Corp.
  • Kenmore Aero Services
  • Galvin Flying
  • ATOMIC Helicopters
  • Federal Aviation Administration
  • Department of Homeland Security
  • Green River College
  • Renton Municipal Airport
  • Port of Seattle

An up-close view of Signature Flight Support's table at King County International Airport/Boeing Field's Career & Internship Fair in March 2018.

More importantly, the young professionals learned about internship and job opportunities in aviation, which range from operations to mechanical careers to administrative and office support.

We look forward to seeing how these budding aviation professionals will shape our industry. It’s exciting stuff.

A potential applicant studies printed information about the Port of Seattle during King County International Airport/Boeing Field's Career & Internship Fair in March 2018.