If learning in an environment that’s always on the go and doesn’t look the same day after day appeals to you, then you would love being a LIFT student.
While every student’s schedule will look a little different, and schedules will change for each license and rating, students can expect to fly at least three times each week (weather permitting). Briefings will be held with a student’s CFI before and after each flight. Ground training sessions will be held several times a week, with an increase in sessions at both the start and completion of a new license or rating. Students will also have virtual ground lessons they can complete from home or in groups.
Outside official class time, students will have access to their CFIs during their office hours for one-on-one conversations. In addition to official training, LIFT students will be invited to attend professional and leadership development workshops several times throughout the year. They’ll also have opportunities to engage in community outreach and volunteer opportunities, reflecting the corporate values they’ll experience as a member of the Republic Airways family.
Concerned that you missed an important admission cutoff date? No worries—at LIFT, we have rolling open enrollment. Whenever you apply, we process your information and if you’re accepted, we place you in the next available class spot. New classes begin each month.
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Culture? We’ve got that, too. The Children’s Museum is the world’s largest of its kind. The Indianapolis Museum of Art at Newfields and the 100 Acres art and nature park provide just that: acres of art and nature both inside the museum and on its grounds. There’s also the Eiteljorg Museum, the Indiana State Museum, Connor Prairie living history museum and more. Prefer your culture to be live action? We have the world-renowned Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra, the Indiana Repertory Theatre and a host of other music and theater groups.
No matter your interests, there’s something for everyone in Indianapolis, which has all the benefits of other major U.S. cities but without the sky-high costs. Need housing? We’ll help point you in the right direction.