Each year Clay Lacy Aviation awards scholarship funds to CT Aero Tech students to cover all costs related to the FAA examinations needed to certify as airframe and powerplant aviation mechanics. Once they are FAA-certified, CT Aero graduates can enter a wide range of high-value career paths in commercial and private aviation.

In addition to offering scholarships, Clay Lacy supports the development of airframe and powerplant technicians through mentoring programs, job shadow days and other opportunities to experience business jet maintenance first hand at our FAA Part 145 Repair Station at Waterbury-Oxford Airport.

Located in Hartford, Connecticut, CT Aero Tech School is an extension campus of Bristol Technical Education Center and part of the Connecticut Technical Education and Career System. The two-year Aviation Maintenance Technician program enables students to master the in-depth, real-world skills they need to meet FAA license requirements. This program is FAA-approved under CFR 14 Part 147 (#EM9T117R).


For more information or to apply, visit CT Aero Tech School.

CT Aero Tech School for Aviation Maintenance Technicians (Part of the Connecticut Technical Education and Career System)