DRONES & GOOD
LOOKING FOR PART 107 PILOTS?
Looking for Part 107 pilots for your business? Looking for trained HR to join your organization?
WANT TO SUPPORT OUR ACTION?
Interested in supporting our mission? Willing to mobilize resources to help us have a larger impact?
WANT TO JOIN OUR TRAINING?
Interested in learning more about the commercial drone industry and about our training program?
SECURING STABLE JOBS
Drones & Good is a workforce development and training program primarily supporting unemployed veterans willing to transition into the commercial drone industry.
The goal of our program is to guide them towards employment by training them in preparation of tomorrow’s careers in the commercial drone industry.
STRONG VETERAN UNEMPLOYMENT
Today, there are about 22 million men and women who served on active duty in the U.S. Armed Forces. Drones & Good recognizes the honorable sacrifices veterans and their families made for our nation. We also know service members face major barriers as they transition back to the civilian workforce: 53% of them face a period of unemployment within 15 months of separation, according to the US Department of Veterans Affairs (USDVA). Drones & Good is committed to making former and transitioning service members valuable assets in the civilian economy.
A BOOMING INDUSTRY
Today, the commercial UAV – or drone – market is taking off and new UAV applications are being explored in variety of industries. By 2025, the total job creation in the commercial drone industry is estimated at 100,000+, according to the Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International (AUVSI). California is expected to be the most impacted state in terms of job creation with an estimated 18,000+ new jobs being created by 2025 due to a wide range of UAV uses. The drone industry offers a stable career path with highly-qualified jobs.
A UNIQUE WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM FOR OUR VETERANS
PROMOTING the jobs of tomorrow in growing tech industries, including the commercial drone industry
SUPPORT unemployed populations towards jobs of the future through high-quality and industry-based training
PARTICIPATE in the transition to the civilian world for our veterans after years of service
While drones have been used in the U.S. Armed Forces for decades, the commercial drone market is only now taking shape with applications in a variety of industries including agriculture, energy, utilities, mining, construction, real estate, news and media, and film production.