Career training from MIAT may be more affordable than you think. Find out about funding options that may be available to you, including federal aid, scholarships and grants. Learn More.
MIAT works with local apartment communities to assist students with shared living options if they are relocating to the area. The apartment communities are close to the school and provide convenient and affordable housing.
Learning Resource Center (LRC)
MIAT contains a technical library of over 700 books, 80 magazines/periodicals, and maintenance manuals. The Center serves as a tutoring area for any students who need extra assistance with a course topic or need to use a computer in order to complete an online job application. The LRC offers 20 self-paced course certificates in areas ranging from FAA safety to Microsoft Office programs such as Word and Excel. Also, the Center has 30 self-paced language programs, industry specific DVDs, and practice industry tests such as MASS/POSS. It’s all free for enrolled and graduate students.
MIAT participates with many organizations that offer scholarships for those who qualify. The Career Services department maintains a database of these scholarships and assists students with completing scholarship application packets.
Decrease your commuting expenses by meeting other students who are driving from your area. MIAT assists with introducing students to each other who are seeking car pool options.
MIAT encourages students to seek assistance when life challenges occur that could affect the completion of training. The Career Service department assists with referrals to medical, dental, legal, and low income assistance sources. Additionally, educational and personal guidance is available from the experienced management team.
MIAT strongly believes in an open-door policy and encourages students to seek answers or solutions to questions that arise regarding training, equipment, policies, or general school questions. Multiple feedback options are available for students to express concerns or seek answers.
Seminars and workshops (e.g. tax preparation, investment guidelines etc.) are provided for continued education or life skill enhancement.
Companies from the local area and across the U.S. are encouraged to visit at any time to share information about their organization and interview recent graduates and experienced alumni for open positions. This is also a great opportunity for a company to get current students interested in considering the organization when they start their career search. Companies can also bring equipment or electronic media to show the day of the visit.
Students often have documents that need to be faxed to companies, agencies, or employers and MIAT provides this as a free service.
On-Site Interview Apparel
Dress for Success! MIAT maintains a closet of professional interview attire that is available for loan if a student does not own an interview outfit and provides referrals to agencies that can assist with free outfits.
MIAT has full-time personnel that are state certified to provide notary services for students and alumni.
The Standard is the student newsletter that includes information about campus events, new programs, companies that hire graduates, equipment updates, and feature stories about alumni and employers.
School supplies, MIAT apparel, and a variety of gifts are available for purchase from the school store which is open Monday-Friday.
Now that you’re out in the work force, you can use the MIAT Alumni page as a resource to manage your academic records, maintain your contact information and keep in touch with other graduates and MIAT staff.