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Week Long Sun n’ Fun Open House Engages Youth

Junior ACEs program Kicks Off Week of Open Doors to Drive Kids into Love of Flight

In a significant stride towards fostering the next generation of aviators, the Aerospace Center for Excellence (ACE) unveils the Junior ACEs program, a pioneering initiative aimed at inspiring young minds through the wonders of aviation. The program, part of the broader activities at the SUN 'n FUN Aerospace Expo in Lakeland, FL, is a beacon of innovation in youth engagement within the aerospace sector.

Junior ACEs is a week-long open house that showcases a year-round commitment to engaging youth in the multifaceted world of aviation. This initiative is not just another summer camp; it's a carefully curated experience designed to ignite a lifelong passion for aviation among participants. Through hands-on activities, interactive exhibits, and exposure to real-world aerospace applications, Junior ACEs demystifies the complexities of flight and encourages exploration and learning.

The significance of such a program cannot be overstated. As the aviation industry faces a critical shortage of skilled professionals, efforts to attract young people to this field are more important than ever. Junior ACEs do precisely that by providing a platform for discovery and learning that is both accessible and engaging. Participants are not only introduced to the basics of flight but are also exposed to the broader implications of aviation on society, from transportation to technology and beyond.

The activities tailored for the Junior ACEs are diverse and inclusive, ranging from building model aircraft to piloting flight simulators. This hands-on approach ensures that learning is theoretical, practical, and tangible. The program's inclusivity also extends to its audience, welcoming children and teenagers from various backgrounds, each bringing their unique perspective to the world of aviation.

Moreover, the Junior ACEs program aligns with the broader goals of the SUN 'n FUN Aerospace Expo, which aims to be more than just Florida's largest annual convention. It seeks to be a cornerstone in the aviation community. In this place, professionals, enthusiasts, and the next generation of aviators unite to celebrate and advance the aerospace field.

As the Junior ACEs program unfolds, its impact is palpable. It provides a memorable experience for its young participants. It lays the groundwork for a future where aviation continues to thrive, propelled by the passion and talent of those who once took part in a week-long open house at the Aerospace Center for Excellence.

FMI: www.flysnf.org


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