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As we approach the 2018 Student Education and Careers in Aviation (SECA) conference, our focus is to educate and open doors for the future generation, giving them a look at careers that they might never have known existed.

While visiting local Middle and High Schools, one question that remains consistent is, what opportunities are there for women in aviation? While SECA will explore many careers aside from the customary pilot and cabin crew, it will feature several women who are experts in their chosen sectors in Aviation, shedding a light on the career paths available in aviation for anyone who shows an interest.

CAT Magazine recently embarked on a six-part series which looks at women in aviation who are at different stages in their careers and explores their experiences within the industry. To read these articles, please click on any of the links below.

You Have to be Determined The Pilot in Command Perseverance Pays Off Starting Again – A Whole New Career Contending with the Challenges In the Steps of the Aviatrix

SECA is being held on April 19th at the Rosen Shingle Creek Resort in Orlando FL, and is part of the World Aviation Training Summit (WATS). For more information or to purchase tickets please visit https://www.wats-event.com/seca/ or e-mail SECA2018@halldale.com

In other SECA news, Halldale Media recently announced it has teamed up with IHED Group to promote the event.