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Camden Youth Aviation Program – Overview Sponsoring Organizations Vision and Mission Camden Youth Aviation Program-Program Description Criteria To Participate In Young Eagles Flights Activities And Event Structure Catholic Partnership Schools of Camden & EAA’s Wild Blue Wonders Program Tasks To Be Accomplished Program History Points of Contact
Camden Youth Aviation Program Done Under The Auspices Of And With The Support of The Following Agencies Camden Police Foundation and the Camden Diocesan Community Relations Advisory Board Baldwin’s Run/DCCB III Camden Boys and Girls Club Camden Diocese Catholic Charities St. Vincent de Paul- Cathedral Youth Ministries Camden Catholic Partnership Schools Camden County Prosecutors Office/Curfew Camden Fire Dept. Camden GPS Program Camden Police Dept. Camden Office of Youth Services Cartun’s Hardware Cathedral Clothing Ctr. (formerly St. Vincent de Paul) Center for Family Services Dudley Elementary School FBI
Camden Youth Aviation Program Done Under The Auspices Of And With The Support of The Following Agencies Gloucester County Improvement Authority Knights of Columbus Lion of Judah (Man Up) Mentoring Lourdes Health System NJ Dept. of Corrections NJ State Parole Board NJ State Police Order of Malta Public Service Enterprise Group (PSEG) Rutgers - Camden Rutgers - Camden Walter Rand Institute South Jersey Eye Center Tuskegee Airman, Inc./USAF/Honor Guard
Supporting Aviation and Corporate Organizations Aviation Organizations Corporate Sponsors Air Victory Museum Aircraft Owners & Pilots Association Black Pilots of America Experimental Aircraft Association and the Young Eagles Program Federal Aviation Administration Pine Baron’s Radio Control Club Tuskegee Airmen West Jersey Radio Control Club Edmund Scientific Gleim Publications Jamail Larkins and Embry- Riddle Jeppesen Shell Aviation Wyle
Vision and Mission Vision Statement The Camden Youth Aviation Program will by introducing the young people of Camden to the Dream of Flight help them to grow into well disciplined, educated, and contributing members of society. Mission Statement The Camden and Aviation Communities by working cooperatively will provide the young people of Camden the opportunity to participate in exciting, fun and educational aviation programs and activities to help them to expand and improve their educational, personal, and career potentials.
Camden Youth Aviation Program What Will Youth Get From The Program An Introduction to Aviation Welcome Into A Very Special Community An Introductory Flight In A Small Aircraft An On-Line Ground School Course A Flight Lesson If 14 years of age or older A Student Membership in the Experimental Aircraft Association and Academy of Model Aeronautics
Camden Youth Aviation Program This Program Is A Privilege NOT A Right To Participate Passion For Aviation Good Grades Good Behavior Able and Willing To Listen and Follow Directions Dedication Willing To Learn
Camden Youth Aviation Program 1 st Step – Complete AOPA’s Path Work Sheets (www.aopa.org/path/teacher-noanswers.pdf)www.aopa.org/path/teacher-noanswers.pdf Participate in other monthly aviation program activities Participate in program’s educational activities Good Grades, Good Reports From Teachers and Program Advisers Young people need to earn the right to take Young Eagle Flight On-Line Ground School Flight Lesson
Criteria To Participate In Young Eagle Flights Be disciplined and be able to follow instructions Submit PATH package prior to flight Be courteous and be on “Best Behavior”. Understand that the flight is a very special privilege and not a right. Must be dedicated to academic program in school, as evidenced by attention, homework and discipline and verified by teacher. Understand that unless instructions are followed exactly both on the ground and in the air, the person will not be allowed to fly or the flight will be stopped immediately. Sit quietly and do not touch anything unless told to do so by the pilot. Do not do anything to distract the pilot during critical stages of flight operations, especially during takeoff and landing. Understand that the pilot flying the young person is volunteering his/her time, aircraft and the cost of fuel. The pilot wants to help give the young person a very special experience and is no way required to fly the young person. Understand that although we will do our best to fly all those approved, if conditions are unsafe, we will cancel the flights. The issues could include problems with the aircraft, weather deterioration, pilot fatigue, etc. Efforts will then be made, but no guarantees given, to reschedule the flight.
Activities/Events Structure Activities will include both In Camden and Travel activities Must participate at least 2 in Camden events to be able to go on travel event Potential in Camden events Flight demonstration by West Jersey R/C Model Club Weather Service South Star Medevac Helicopter Flight Planning and Map Reading Potential Travel Events McGuire AFB FAA Technical Center, Atlantic City West Jersey Model R/C Model Club to fly R/C aircraft Air Victory Museum
Catholic Partnership Schools of Camden Serves the K-8 children of Camden. Provide an excellent, student- centered academic program defined by faith-based values, rooted in respect, and compelled by justice. Implemented EAA’s Wild Blue Wonder program January to May 2011 Visited Air Victory Museum and took Young Eagle Flights April 9, 2011 Program Finals May 14, 2011 Wild Blue Wonder Program and Beyond STEAM Focused (A=Arts) Multi-disciplinary approach to activity-based learning. Components: Math, Science, Technology, History, Geography, Language, Art, and Life Skill Standards. Use aviation to motivate young people
Aviation Ground School Program suggested by a Certified Flight Instructor who volunteered to teach program. Program hosted by the Boys & Girls Club of Camden at there Parkside facility Jeppesen donated the course books and other materials for the course. Open to all youth interested in gaining the background knowledge needed to become a pilot. Course ran January through May 2011. 10 young people started with the program and 4 young people stayed with the program to the end.
Program History – Camden NJ Although Camden was once a major center for manufacturing and industry, Camden despite significant efforts by its citizens, police, schools, social service agencies and the state continues to have significant issues with crime, poverty and education.
Program History - Concept Provide a motivational experience for the youth of Camden to help them experience something beyond their local environment Provide something that can inspire and provide a dream for underprivileged youth Inspire youth to become interested in aviation and related fields. Take Away - Any obstacle can be overcome and anything can be achieved, if someone has enough desire.
Program History – Potential Speakers Jessica Cox Young lady who was born without arms and earned her pilot’s license last year Jamil Larkins Young Eagle at Age 12 Spokesperson for Young Eagles Program FAA’s First Official Ambassador for Aviation and Space Education Jeff Skiles and/or Sully Sullenberger Pilots of the US Air flight that went down in the Hudson River last year The Tuskegee Airmen The black aviators who had to literally fight to earn the right to defend their country during WWII The 99’s The women’s pilot’s association
Program History Original concept presented to Monsignor Mannion Director of Community Relations, Diocese of Camden August 1, 2010 Presentation made to the Camden Diocesan Community Relations Advisory Board August 19, 2010 35 government and non-profit agencies present Board gave whole hearted support to program Program being run under the auspices of the Camden Police Foundation and Camden Diocesan Community Relations Advisory Board and Supporting Agencies As word of the program is spreading, more and more agencies are asking to become involved. On average 1 to 2 agencies per week ask to participate in program.
First Event – September 22, 2010 Program Introduction EAA Young Eagle Flights Privilege NOT A Right Flight Privilege Must Be Earned Introduction to Aviation Commercial, Military, General Jamail Larkins Key Note Speaker AOPA Aviation Booklets, Stickers and Tattoos given out Map Reading Exercise – Locate Camden on Jeppesen VFR+GPS Area Map – Prize Shell Aviation “One Cow Ruled The Skies Poster” Jeppesen Aviation History Books given out as prizes for answering aviation questions Over 100 Young People, 10 Pilots
Young Eagle Flights October 16, 2010 Flights Cancelled Due To High Winds Alternate Activities Tours of the Air Victory Museum and going into the E-2B Radar Plane and CH-53D Helicopter Flight planning and map reading Aircraft Preflight and Aircraft Flight Introduction\Ground School Visit the Pine Barons Radio Control Aircraft Club Lunch at the Runway Café Started 9:00 am, Ended 3:00 pm 5 Groups, 35 Youth, 10 Adults 10 Pilots, 3 Museum Staff, 5 Additional Support Staff, 5 RC Modelers
Young Eagle Flights November 13, 2010 Perfect Weather Visibility was so good that Atlantic City could be seen 50 miles away Flights From South Jersey Regional Airport (VAY) 13 Young People took Young Eagles Flights Young People From Camden PAL and Camden Police Cadet Academy. 4 Pilots And 2 Ground Support Personnel From EAA Chapters 1348 and 216.
November 16, 2010 Location: Dudley Elementary School, Camden, NJ Time 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm Activities Introduction to Civil Air Patrol How Pilots Communicate Telephone Game Phonetic Alphabet How Aircraft Fly Forces of Flight Build and Fly Balsa Gliders Meet Military Recruiters and Tuskegee Airmen 30 young people, 10 adults representing 5 organizations 5 members of the USAF from McGuire AFB, 2 private pilots, 2 recruiters, a member of the Tuskegee Airmen and members of the Gloucester county Civil Air Patrol.
Tuskegee Airmen - February 15, 2011 Hosted by Rutgers Camden and PSEG at Rutgers Camden College Center 30 Young People and 30 Guests had the opportunity to listen to 3 of the original Tuskegee Airman talk about their experiences both at home in the US and in Europe. Also helped arrange and supported presentations by the Tuskegee Airmen at Dudley Elementary School and the St. Cecilia School.
Philadelphia Airport – April 25, 2011 24 young people and 8 adults toured Philadelphia Airport. Young people represented 5 different organizations Tour Included: Visiting The Different Areas of the Terminal Passenger Screening Talks by Operations Personnel A Bus Tour of the Actual Airport A special Thanks to Bernadette Satchell Nicholas, Philadelphia Airports Information Services Supervisor for arranging and leading the tour.
Points of Contact Ira Weissman 856-354-0173 firstname.lastname@example.org Monsignor Michael Mannion 856-662-5008 email@example.com