21. September 2017 11:13
AVJOBS.COM COUPON AND PROMO CODE
Advanced Job Search and Resume Hosting for Aviation Students
Receive our best services on a student budget. If you are enrolled or have been enrolled in an aviation program of study within the last 365 days, you can get up to one year of free service. Register for the Advanced Job Search and Resume Hosting account with the Monthly Service Plan at regular price and send in the Student Discount Claim Form along with supporting documentation at any time to receive free service. Free term is applied to your existing account once we have received, approved and processed your request. The extended free period is determined by the program you attend and normally includes nine (9) to twelve (12) months of additional service at no charge.
PROMO CODE: ASDP365MSP2995
FAQ’s and Common Questions
How do I know if I’m eligible if I don’t attend a university but I am a student?
All aviation students from all aviation related study programs qualify. The qualifying factor is that your course of study and/or program is aviation related. The program is open to currently enrolled students and students who have completed their course of study within the last year (365 days). Flight Training, A&P Training, Dispatcher Training, etc. also qualify.
What if I find a job, can I cancel my service?
Yes, you may cancel at any time. This program simply extends your subscription by adding a free period to your paid account.
Why do you ask for a valid credit card?
While all eligible participants receive an extended free service period added to an existing account, the account reverts back to its regular billing terms at the end of the free period. All account types automatically renew to ensure account continuity so you'll need to sign in and use the self-cancellation process before the last day of your free period to avoid renewal.
Student Discount Program Details
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