Aviation Support for Middle and High School Students Exploring Career Pathways in Ontario, Chino, and the Los Angeles International Airport


The Barboza Space Center has partnered with the SHADES OF BLUE AVIATION program to make it possible for our middle and high school students to learn how to become pilots and to work at one of our airports in Denver, Ontario, Chino, and the Los Angeles International Airport.   Our students study aviation for ten weeks and then they transfer to the Barboza Space Center for ten weeks of design engineering, cybersecurity, robotics, physics, aviation support,  and mental math for astronauts and pilots.   Explore cybersecurity robotics, engineering, aviation and other job opportunities at our airports.

Barboza Space Center

Aviation Support

  • Study Skills for Pilots
  • Mental Math for Pilots & Astronauts
  • Emergency Radio Training
  • Learning the Aviation Computer
  • The Aviation Tiger Team
  • Keeping and Aviation Log Book & Journaling