University of North Dakota


#1

Hi, I’m new to this thing and I didn’t know where else to put this post, so sorry. But, anyway, is any member a current student at the University of North Dakota, or an alumni. Of course, I want to go through the top-notch aviation program there and become an airport manager. So this is just a post to help me learn about the school more in depth. Thank You!


#2

Welcome to FlightAware I would say this post belongs in the General Discussions. I don’t know of anyone thats part of UND but I hope to go to an aviation school after this year to become a pilot. Anyways just saying welcome and don’t forget to check out the search to look for things that might have already been talked ablout.


#3

Ok, thank you!


#4

I don’t go to UND but I do go to KSU and my current roomate is actually lookin for the same thing. He just graduated last week and the demand for the job he’s lookin for is lookin pretty good. I don’t know a lot about UND but I would definatly say chase you’re dreams, my roommate seems to have a pretty good life in front of him. That seems like a very profitable job, and I wish the best of luck to you. Don’t ever forget your dreams and don’t let anybody step infront of what you wanna do. Tip for college, don’t lose sight of what you’re goin for but don’t let school get in the way of your education. Don’t ever forget that college is all about networking and building your connections. Don’t get me wrong here, you have to do well and I wish you the best of luck, but don’t lose sight of what the college experience is all about. You’re bound to make mistakes, like I have, but you’ll make it up w/ the people you meet and the wonderful times you have. Don’t ditch the friends you meet in school just to study your FARAIM or any of that crap, you gotta have a good balance between school and friendship, these guys you meet in college will be with you for ever, so build as many bridges as you can and don’t forget, no matter what you do, there’s allways somebody that will support decisions that you make. Once again good luck with school and if you ever have any questions don’t ever hesitate to ask, you might catch some shit but remember that there are no stupid questions, just stupid answers.


#5

:cry: :cry: CLAP CLAP CLAP CLAP CLAP CLAP CLAP CLAP CLAP Wow that was really good what you said. I will keep this in mind when it comes to my education and friends.