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The Future of Flight


Building on the legacy of the Tuskegee Airmen, Tuskegee Next provides a clear path to aviation careers for at-risk youth.

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The Future of Flight


Building on the legacy of the Tuskegee Airmen, Tuskegee Next provides a clear path to aviation careers for at-risk youth.

Apply for 2018

Our Story

Honoring the legacy of the Tuskegee Airman, Tuskegee Next transforms the lives of at risk youth through aviation education and career path opportunities, so they can transform their communities.

 

 

Our Partners

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The Program


The Program


How it Works

FLIGHT TRAINING, LIFE SKILLS, AND EDUCATIONAL ASSISTANCE

According to a recent Brookings Institute study, the majority of economically disadvantaged racial minorities will remain so and a large plurality of middle class African-Americans will see their economic prospects decline over their lifetimes. We change that.

Meet the Cadets

THE FACES OF TUSKEGEE NEXT

At a time when racial tensions are high, and so many disadvantaged teenagers see no hope for their futures, Tuskegee Next is putting them in the air—on the path to freedom and success. Meet these remarkable young men and women.

CONNECT

VIDEOS, PICTURES, AND SOCIAL MEDIA

It is hard to put into words what success feels like, when success is the exhilaration of flying. It is our privilege to watch hope take flight, and there is nothing like it. Watch videos, browse photo galleries, and connect with us on social media!

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Vision


Changed lives, transformed communities, and the future of the airline industry.

Vision


Changed lives, transformed communities, and the future of the airline industry.

 

WHO'S FLYING
THIS THING?

A recent Boeing Pilot and Technical Market Outlook forecasts nearly half a million new commercial airline pilots will be needed to fly all the new airplanes entering the world fleet over the next 20 years.

WE ARE TRAINING THEM.