Adrian Earle

Posted on January 26th, 2021 by Travis Dix

Adrian Earle is a senior aerospace management: flight operations major with three minors in religion, economics and business administration from Houston. Earle is the Student Government Association junior class vice president, president assistant for Black Student Union and a football team captain He is also involved in Christian Student Fellowship and the Entrepreneurship and Innovation Club, is a member of the Averett Diversity, Inclusion and Equity Taskforce, and is a student ambassador and resident assistant.

How do you believe Averett will help you with your degree?

“Averett can help me with my degree first by preparing me to be a professional in the workforce. Professionalism is one of the major keystones here at Averett. The Student Success Center helps in a major way with a variety of tutors that are readily available and always ready to help. I know in my aviation experiences so far, Averett’s flight instructors as well as Averett’s Chief Flight Instructor Travis Williams have been helpful. I believe here at Averett, they’re not only trying to push you into a degree, but they’re also molding you and developing you toward your career.”

What do you like best about the University?

“The wide variety of opportunities Averett has to participate in and be a part of are great, from work studies to community engagement within the Danville region, as well as the wide variety of majors and paths you can choose from and Averett’s support system helping you every step of the way.”

Why did you choose your path of study?

“I chose my career path in aviation at a very young age. I was exposed to air travel when I was six years old and was in love with it from that point on. I knew by my junior year in high school that I wanted to make a career out of my passion for air travel. Finding Averett was a huge bonus for me because I am now able to have all my passions in one place, playing the sport I love – football – while getting my degree in aviation, while also being part of various clubs and organizations on campus.”