Things to Do When You’re a Teleworking Aerospace Engineer or Aerospace Engineering Student

Many aerospace organizations are having their employees work from home to mitigate exposure to the coronavirus and keep communities, especially the most vulnerable members, safe and healthy. AIAA applauds and supports this decision.

We encourage everyone to follow the coronavirus safety guidelines set out by the WHO and CDC.

We understand you still have work to do and may be looking for new ways to connect while you telecommute. We can help.


For the latest updates about AIAA events and forums that have been impacted by the coronavirus pandemic visit:

If you’re a teleworking aerospace professional and have children at home, AIAA has some suggestions to keep your budding aerospace engineer busy.

 Have time to update your research knowledge? Aerospace Research Central has more than 50 years’ worth of research papers.

Looking to start a conversation and hash out a technical topic? Go to Engage.

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Want to learn something new or brush up your skills? Sign up for online learning. 

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Looking to broaden your understanding of the latest issues in aerospace? Read Aerospace America.

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The May 2020 issue of Aerospace America is now live. Don’t miss this month's cover story, "Action Plans," by Cat Hofacker. Also, see if you possess the knowledge to solve this month's AeroPuzzler: Surviving the Fall.

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