Standing Against Racial Injustice
Learning at home
At home learning during the Coronavirus (COVID 19) crisis
The JetBlue Foundation continued its partnership with Project Scientist to introduce science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) education and aviation careers to girls from traditionally under-represented communities.
Organization of Black Aerospace Professionals (OBAP)
Every summer, the JetBlue Foundation partners with the Organization of Black Aerospace Professionals (OBAP) to host seven Aviation Career Education (ACE) Academy summer camps for future aviators.
Local Students See Aviation Careers First Hand at Annual Fly Like a Girl Event
Every summer, the JetBlue Foundation sponsors the ACE Academy Camps to help to ignite a passion for our industry in young people who maybe didn’t even know a career in aviation was possible.
JetBlue First Officer Camila Turrieta talks about her journey from young immigrant to pilot, mother, professor, future doctor and so much more.
Bonny Simi , President of JetBlue Tech Ventures talks about her path across a variety of non-traditional career choices for females, an how she landed her job at JetBlue.
Meteorologist and JetBlue Foundation grantee recipient Ada Monzon discusses the importance of using science to educate and build stronger communities across Puerto Rico.
Gisselle Sanchez, International Finance Compliance Manager at JetBlue highlights the importance of lifting other women up through professional networks and the role parents can play to expose their children to STEM at an early age.
Alexandra Panova, Manager Administrative International at JetBlue shares the importance of cultivating a positive growth mindset and sparking curiosity to encourage lifelong learning.
The Sky’s the LiMint! Latoya Stacey Johnson pictured with the JetBlue plane she named, talks about her path to STEM.
JetBlue Front End Developer Tamar Ehrenreich talks about curiosity, risk taking and being an advocate for yourself.
Hazel Theriault from the Orlando Science Center, a JetBlue Foundation grantee talks about being a “possibility model” and showing young girls they can do this too.
2018 in Review
As a recipient for a 2018 Foundation Grant, the Orlando Science Center worked with the JetBlue Foundation to fund a new camp to ignite innovation in the minds of young girls.
2018 in Review
The JetBlue Foundation has a lot to celebrate, and as 2018 comes to a close, join us as we take a look back on some of our favorite memories of the past year.
JetBlue Foundation Grant Ceremony
JetBlue Foundation, Crewmembers, and Students Inspire Each Other at JetBlue’s JFK Hangar at a Granting Ceremony
2015 Grant Recipient
Aviation students from Puerto Rico visit JetBlue’s Long Island City headquarters
2017 Grant Recipient
STEM Summer Camp Visits JetBlue at Long Beach Airport
2016 Grant Recipient
Right in JetBlue’s Backyard, a Thriving Partnership continues between the JetBlue Foundation and Aviation High School