Student Clubs & Organizations

Student Clubs & Organizations
Student Organizations
While academic grades are imperative for job applications and career success, many employers are also looking for well-rounded candidates with extra-curricular activities. Student Clubs and Organizations promote personal and professional development.

Baylor University

Baylor Aviation Organization - Baylor Aviation Organization exists to create a sense of camaraderie and promote networking between Aviation Science majors and all other students at Baylor with a passion for aviation. BAO also endeavors to be involved with the Greater Waco, Baylor, and General Aviation communities.

Central Texas College

Flight Team - Students in the Flight Team practice their flight skills to compete in national competitions.

Texas State Technical College

SkillsUSA Aviation Maintenance Club - A partnership between students, teachers, and industry to ensure America has a skilled workforce.

Women in Aviation - The purpose of the Women in Aviation Club is to provide current female TSTC students opportunities to support and connect with one another. Club members will organize regularly scheduled meetings, invite local members of the aviation community to speak to the club, arrange tours and trips to aviation facilities and air shows for club members, reach out to community and provide networking opportunities between members, alumni and the aviation industry.

University of Texas - Arlington

Aero Mavericks (Aero Mavs) - The Aero Mavericks team researches rocket powered systems and technologies along with a newly designed fixed wing branch. We compete in two competitions and allow students to gain hand on experience in the engineering design process.

Air Force ROTC - Air Force Flying Mavs (Air Force ROTC) - Air Force ROTC Flying Mavs is a student organization that answers questions students have about the Air Force and Air Force ROTC. Members of this organization are current cadets and Air Force officers who are willing and able to answer your questions.

Texas Society of Professional Engineers (TSPE) - TSPE student chapter at UT Arlington is to promote professional interests in all disciplines of engineering by developing professional contacts, providing leadership opportunities and encouraging the pursuit of professional goals.