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Kramer completes instrument rating in RMC aviation programKramer

BILLINGS, June 3, 2015 – Nevada Kramer has completed his FAA instrument rating at Rocky Mountain College. Nevada is the son of Richard and Beth Kramer of Whitefish, and is a junior majoring in Aeronautical Science at Rocky Mountain College. The Aeronautical Science program includes a four-year baccalaureate degree that prepares graduates for careers as professional pilots. Nevada plans on completing his commercial pilot rating this year, which will also include training in glass cockpit aircraft, as another milestone towards his goal of flying for a corporate aviation company. Nevada graduated from Whitefish High School in 2013.

Approximately 100 students are enrolled in the aviation program at Rocky Mountain College, making it one of the largest academic programs at the College. Founded in 1878, RMC is Montana’s oldest institution of higher education. The College prides itself on its unique tradition of educating leaders and professionals through academic excellence, transformational learning, and shared responsibility and stewardship.

A private, liberal arts-rooted college offering more than 50 major concentrations, RMC has a diverse population of approximately 1,000 students who represent 48 states and 22 countries.

RMC also offers distinctive undergraduate programs in aviation and equestrian studies along with graduate programs in accountancy, physician assistant studies, and educational leadership.

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