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Passing the Wrench

The "Passing the Wrench" program enables families of AMTs who have passed away to donate a tool box and/or tools to those entering the AMT craft and profession.

How the Program Works:
  1. A friend or family member of the AMT contacts AMTSociety.
  2. AMTSociety helps to find a school or college that has an A&P program and contacts them on behalf of the AMT's family.
  3. The family of the AMT and the school/college coordinate the donation of the tool box and/or tools so they can be utilized by a student entering our proud craft and profession.
If you would like to know more about this important program please contact the AMTSociety
920-563-6388

Passing the Wrench Donations:

Students from Tarrant County College in Dallas, TX with a donated tool box and tools from a former American Airlines mechanic.

Students from Tarrant County College in Dallas, TX with a donated tool box and tools from a former American Airlines mechanic.


Students from Crimson Technical College in Inglewood, CA with a donated tool box from a former American Airlines mechanic.

Students from Crimson Technical College in Inglewood, CA with a donated tool box from a former American Airlines mechanic.



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