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 Welcome to the Atlanta Chapter of the National Black Coalition of Federal Aviation Employee's Site. Our objective is to thoroughly disseminate information to Atlanta chapter members and the public, to keep them apprised of any news, policies, opportunities, or programs in the Federal Aviation Administration that will positively or negatively effect their work environment and communities. We also want to give African Americans, women, and other minority employees an organization to work for their issues. We also provide Scholarships and many educational opportunities for our surrounding communities. We hope this site provides all the information you need. If you cannot find what you are looking for, Please feel free to contact any officer Check out Visions - Atlanta Chapter our local newsletter. Thank you Angela!!! If you would like to contribute Click on the Donate link.


 

2015 ACE ACADEMY

 

 

2015 ACE ACADEMY PHOTOS 

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NBCFAE ATLANTA ACE Academy

Aviation Career Educations (ACE)  Camps are sponsored by the NBCFAE Atlanta Chapter every summer.  Funds are raised with your help and  attendance at the Atlanta Chapters Annual Black and White Ball.  This program informs teenagers of the many careers in aviation.  Each Student gets to fly an airplane with a certified flight instructor.More Info

 

Questions or Comments contact us at presice@aol.com

 

 

Officers
President Jeremy Ruff   jeremy.ruff@nbcfaeatl.org
V. Pres  
Secretary Opal Harris   opal.harris@nbcfaeatl.org
Treasurer Patrice Richardson   patrice.richardson@nbcfaeatl.org
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History

The NATIONAL BLACK COALITION OF FEDERAL AVIATION EMPLOYEES (NBCFAE),  began in May 1976, in San Diego, California when six black controllers felt it necessary to unite to resolve the problems that were not being effectively handled by labor organizations or the various EEO programs.  Nationally organized by August 1976, into one collective voice, the basic organizational structure that exists today was developed.(more..)

NBCFAE Mission Statement


We the members of the National Black Coalition of Federal Aviation Employees will promote equal opportunity for African-Americans, other minorities, and female FAA employees, improve employee-management relations, and provide an effective liaison among the FAA employees, management and the community at large.
 

NBCFAE Mission Goals

 

Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Employment - Achieve a representative FAA workforce for African-Americans, other minority groups, and women.

Organizational Efficiency - Establish and sustain a professional result oriented organization.

Community Service - Provide assistance to those in need and promote careers in aviation,science, and technology.

 

       An employee requesting to donate annual or sick leave within FAA may apply either through the VLTP online intranet site ( https://webapps.awp.faa.gov/ovltp/index.cfm?here=home ) or complete and submit FAA VLTP Donor's Annual Leave and/or Sick Leave Application Form (FAA Form 3600-25 (02/03))  (MS Word). The request is given to the potential donor's front-line manager. The request includes the proposed donated hours of annual or sick leave to a specific leave recipient.

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