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Air Traffic Controller Hiring Campaign Toolkit

Every year, the FAA has a short window for any eligible U.S. citizen to apply to become an air traffic control (ATC) specialist. To raise awareness for an upcoming application window (July 30–August 2, 2021), the FAA has launched a campaign to encourage more applications from women, minorities, and individuals from underrepresented communities.

To help us spread the word about this exciting career opportunity to become an air traffic controller, please share the following digital products.

The Air Up There Podcast: "How to Become an Air Traffic Controller"

This episode is one of our most requested topics — how to become an air traffic controller as an entry-level applicant. FAA experts will walk you through everything from the application process to training at the FAA Academy and certification.

Listen to this episode now.

Videos

Level Up Your Career – Become an Air Traffic Controller

Jeffrey Vincent on Why He Became an Air Traffic Controller

Level Up Your Career – Become an Air Traffic Controller
(Gaming Version)

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Air traffic controllers save lives. The FAA is hiring a new class of entry-level controllers, with an application window from 7/30 to 8/2. Go to www.faa.gov/LevelUp to learn more about the application requirements and how to apply. #ATC

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The next application window for FAA air traffic control specialists is July 30 to August 2. If you are seeking an entry-level controller position, go to www.faa.gov/LevelUp to see if you meet the minimum requirements and apply. #ATC

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Looking for a career in aviation? The FAA is seeking applicants for the next class of air traffic control specialists. This application window opens July 30 and closes August 2, so go to www.faa.gov/LevelUp now to learn about the job requirements and how to apply. #ATC

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