Girls build STEM self-confidence and explore aviation careers during CR Smith Museum’s camp

July 6th, 2022

Partnership between American Airlines, CR Smith Museum and Girls Inc. Tarrant County sparks STEM and aviation interest among girls. Engineer. Flight attendant. IT programmer. These are some of the dream…

2022 marks milestone for American’s involvement in Aerospace Maintenance Competition

April 22nd, 2022

The 2022 Aerospace Maintenance Competition marks an important milestone for American Airlines. For the first time in its approximately 14-year involvement in maintenance competitions, an all-female team and all-Hispanic team…

Young Museumgoer shares his journey to become a pilot

April 5th, 2022

Graham Santilli, an Envoy Cadet Certified Flight Instructor and student at the University of Oklahoma, aspired to be a pilot from a young age. Hungry for knowledge about the aviation…

Celebrating 50 years: Bill Blass designed American Airlines uniforms

March 24th, 2022

This March marks 50 years since American Airlines selected Bill Blass, one of the nation’s most widely acclaimed fashion designers at the time, to design an elevated flight attendant wardrobe….

Jenna Woody encourages girls to take on the challenge and pursue STEM

February 11th, 2022

To celebrate International Day of Women and Girls in Science, we sat down with Jenna Woody. Jenna has participated in the CR Smith Museum’s Aviation STEM Summer Camp from 2015…

American Airlines CR Smith Museum and its Education Director Recipients of STEM Education Awards

December 10th, 2021

12/10/2021 FORT WORTH, Texas – The American Airlines CR Smith Museum and Marie Eve Poirier-Harris, director of Museum education, were awarded the 2021 Million Women Mentors – Texas Stand Up…

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