JetBlue is helping students interested in aviation careers soar to the next level.
The Aviation Career and Technical High School was awarded a $25,000 grant from the airline company for a new computer lab.
Brand new iPads will replace the printed instruction manuals students currently use.
A JetBlue representative said the change was necessary to make sure students stay up to date on changes in aviation rules and regulations.
"That will give each student the opportunity to make sure they are always current and always have the most accurate information," said Icema Gibbs, Director of Corporate Social Responsibility at JetBlue.
"When you have the right technology, it just enhances your work so much better," said student Naomi Capellan
The school is expected to receive the iPads before the start of the next school year.