What We Do
The JetBlue Foundation is committed to championing diversity in STEM education and creating career pathways for the next generation in aviation.
We invest in students from diverse backgrounds to create a lifelong interest in STEM.
We partner with organizations and communities to provide access to STEM programs.
We create equal opportunities for all students to spark a passion for STEM.
We build a more diverse talent pipeline for the aviation industry.
JetBlue Foundation helps kids "Fly Like a Girl"
The JetBlue Foundation’s annual “Fly like a girl” event is an opportunity for young girls and women to get their wings. This year, 100 girls from Salt Lake City came together to learn what it takes to soar in a career in aviation.
Joanna Geraghty: What It Means to be a Female Leader in the Industry
Joanna is the only current female president of the largest airlines in the country, but was unprepared for others to call her a trailblazer. For her, it’s the day-to-day that drives her passion for the airline industry, but she didn’t take an typical path to the top.
Partnering with OBAP to Help Students Touch the Skies
The JetBlue Foundation partnered with the Organization of Black Aerospace Professionals (OBAP) to send students to camps in seven cities across the country to learn about what it is like to have a career in the aviation industry.
Opening Up the Skies with the Virgin Islands
The JetBlue Foundation, in partnership with the Organization for Black Aerospace Professionals (OBAP) bring the ACE Academy Camps to students on the Virgin Islands to help inspire and prepare a new generation of aviators.
The JetBlue Foundation featured on wapa.tv in Puerto Rico
The JetBlue Foundation hosted a grant writing workshop to help over 20 local schools and non-profit organizations prepare proposals for the 100x35JetBlue Puerto Rico Grant Cycle.
The Orlando Science Center launches camp supported by $25,000 JetBlue Foundation grant
The weeklong camp, will be called “Flying Together.” It will incorporate the science center’s new Flight Lab exhibit, which uses Oculus Rift virtual-reality headsets for simulations that put participants in the cockpit, teaching skills that pilots use daily.