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There are still four days left to apply to become an air traffic controller. Photo Courtesy: Federal Aviation Administration

There is still time to apply to become an air traffic controller with the Federal Aviation Administration.

Applications will open May 5 through 8. You still have four days to prepare your application by doing the following three things:

This week, the Federal Aviation Administration will have an opportunity for you to meet controllers in training; hear from current controllers and get your questions answered from the FAA’s human resources team about the application process, training, and job.

  • Be Ready to #BeATC – Learn How to Apply – May 2 at 2 p.m. ET
    • During this webinar, current air traffic controllers and hiring specialists will break down how to prepare for a successful application
    • Watch live here
  • Instagram Live Q&A with Air Traffic Controllers – May 3 at 2 p.m. ET
    • Follow the FAA on Instagram to join this live Q&A with air traffic controllers, where you’ll learn about their experiences on the job and what inspired them to apply.
    • Join us on @faa Instagram here
  • Air Traffic Controller Application & Training Workshop  – Thursday, May 4 at 5 p.m. ET
    • Join air traffic controllers and hiring specialists to discuss the application process, eligibility, training, and what it takes to be a controller.
    • Register here

Visit faa.gov/be-ATC for more information and follow the FAA’s social media channels for updates about the hiring window.


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