How to Join
What are the Aviation Post 310 Explorers all about?
Aviation Exploring Post 310 was founded in 1998, by Scott Morton was established in 1998 at Lehigh Valley International Airport (ABE) in Allentown, Pennsylvania. Volunteer pilots from the Lehigh Valley Flying Club and EAA Chapter 70 now sponsor our Post and offer Aviation as a Learning for Life education program.
Our purpose is to provide aviation related experiences to help young people mature and to prepare them to become responsible and caring adults. An Explorer is ready to investigate the meaning of interdependence in their personal relationships and communities.
We are located at the Experimental Aircraft Association Chapter 70. Here are Directions.
Our post has matured over the past eight years and we are preparing for the next set of young aviators. Our main goal is to teach leadership and teamwork skills to our members and also in the youth of our surrounding communities. Not all our Post participants become pilots but apply their experiences to the day to day experiences and how the conduct themselves when the pick their carriers.
You can volunteer by inviting them to your job to learn about careers in aviation. There are many ways to help just ask other Explorer Leaders (Sean Gornell, Ed Deacon, Charles Samaha, and Mike Cramsey). Many Youth Leaders and/or Adult Participants tell us it is not demanding and it is a very rewarding experience to see your mentoring contribute to the youth of today in finding a meaningful career in aviation.
Join us at our next meeting! We usually meet the Second Saturday of the month our meetings begin at 2:00 pm, unless we are having another event during that month, at EAA Chapter 70 Clubhouse at Braden Airpark in Easton, PA So make sure you keep an eye on the website because we change our schedule frequently.
We are always looking for volunteers!
There are many ways to help if your are interested you may contact our Post Advisor Sean Gornell 973-487-7302 sean.gornell @ AviationPost310.org. Many Youth Leaders and/or Adult Participants tell us it is not demanding and it is a very rewarding experience to see your mentoring contribute to the youth of today in finding a meaningingful career.