American Airlines Training and Conference Center

4501 Highway 360 South, MD 929, Fort Worth, Texas, 76155, United States
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Forum Posts

Fingers are crossed I get the job!

by enurse

I'm hoping to be offered a postition at Cook's Children Hospital. My interview will be the middle of February. I'm single, no kids, 30 yrs old, have a super little dog, and am not so fond of big city living (a nature girl). Does anyone have any helpful advice on where I should look to buy a house? Or maybe I should back up and ask first if I should even want to move to your city. I'll be so happy to hear anybody's input. Thanks a bunch! Oh yea... I also don't want to drive much more than about 35 min. to work each day.

RE: Fingers are crossed I get the job!

by mccalpin

My niece spent several months at Cook's in the pediatric rehabilitation unit (or whatever it is) on the top floor, and I have to say that the staff was wonderful. Good for you for wanting to work there(!)

I am not as familiar with commuting in Ft. Worth as I am in Dallas. However, if you want country, look to the south and to the west. To the south is Glen Rose and Granbury - both lovely places but maybe a bit too far. To the west is Weatherford.

Anyway, I hope you have fun looking(!)


RE: Fingers are crossed I get the job!

by sswagner

If you really are into nature, this might be a difficult decision. In fact, my wife and I are considering moving because we do want to get away from the urban environment eventually. There are some nice parks, a zoo, a very nice botanic garden, and a greenbelt along the Trinity River. However, Fort Worth is growing rapidly. As far as traffic is concerned, it is not on the level of Dallas or Houston, yet there are some areas to avoid, such as Loop 820 from Haltom City to the 183 exchange.

Fort Worth is full of friendly people and there are some nice things to do here. My wife works at Baylor All Saint's Hospital. From what I can tell, the medical industry does appear to be very stable. People working in this industry should be in good demand. The cost of living is not too bad. There are plenty of housing developments in all directions. When looking for a house, do two things at least. Number 1, make a note of what roads you would have to take from there to your job and see what the commute would be like. Second, be weary of gas wells being put up near the developments. There have been a lot of gas wells put up in this region, and most of the landowners maintain the mineral rights.

Fort Worth is not too bad in my opinion. I would weigh in the good and the bad when making the decision. Good luck!

Travel Tips for Fort Worth

The culture

by 1Nomad

When you come to Fort Worth, don't expect the usual. Fort Worth is anything but that. Yea, I'm kinda partial. After all, I grew up here. You can easily spend two weeks here and never do the same thing twice. I tried to give you a take of the Fort Worth area, but with Dallas so close to here, if your not happy with what we have to offer, I'm sure you'll find plenty to do there as well. In Fort Worth, it's like living in the big , not so big city. We have our areas of concern, but overall, you'll find it a great place to be. People in this area are from all over. While growing up, this used to be a town of nothing but Texan's. Now, people have found out what a great place this can be and come from all over. You'll get a different blend of cultures and emotions from every angle. If anything, it's anything but boring. If your planning a trip to this area, drop me a line and I'll see if I can help out.

Wood Exhibit Displays

by keeweechic

Some of the woodwork on display was outstanding. I am not usually into wooden products but I couldn't help but like a few stalls with highly polished and turned goods - very unique.

(Main Street Fort Worth Arts Festival)

Radio Stations

by ATXtraveler

While you are roaming around the beaten and off the beaten paths, here is a list of radio stations that will keep you in tune (courtesy of Wikipedia):

Radio stations

WBAP 820 AM - (News/Talk)

KRLD 1080 (News/Talk)

KTCK 1310 AM Sports Radio (Dallas/Fort Worth Sports Radio)

ADZV 87.5 FM K-LOVE (Christian Contemporary, 80's Rock, Religious, Other)

WXCD 87.5 FM KDOL (News/Talk Website)

KNTU 88.1 FM University of North Texas (Jazz, Radio)

KJCR 88.3 FM Southwestern Adventist University (Religious, Radio)

KEOM 88.5 FM Mesquite Independent School District (Oldies, Radio)

KMQX 88.5 FM Power FM - The Christian Rock Station (Christian Contemporary, Radio)

KTCU 88.7 FM Texas Christian University (Variety, Radio)

KETR 88.9 FM Texas A&M University-Commerce (Variety, Radio)

KSQX 89.1 FM Lite Rock Favorites (Adult Contemporary, Radio)

KNON 89.3 FM The Voice of the People (Variety, Radio)

KYQX 89.5 FM Lite Rock Favorites (Nostalgia, Radio)

KVRK 89.7 FM Power FM - The Christian Rock Station (Christian Contemporary, Radio)

KERA 90.1 FM Public TV and Radio for North Texas (Public Radio, Radio)

KCBI 90.9 FM Criswell College (Christian Contemporary, Radio)

KDKR 91.3 FM Solid Bible Teaching, Passionate Praise & Worship (Religious, Radio)

KVTT 91.7 FM (Religious, Radio)

KPFC 91.9 FM Non-commercial Educational Radio Station (Top-40, Radio)

KXEZ 92.1 FM Your Home for Hits from the 50s 60s and 70s (Oldies, Radio)

KZPS 92.5 FM Lone Star (Classic Rock & Country/ Americana, Radio)

KMKT 93.1 FM Katy Country - Playing the Best of the New & Gold (Country, Radio)

KDBN 93.3 FM 93.3 The Bone Rocks Harder (Classic Rock, Radio)

KIKT 93.5 FM (Country, Radio)

KNOR 93.7 FM (Hip Hop, Radio)

KLNO 94.1 FM Radio Estereo Latino (Spanish, Radio)

KSOC 94.5 FM 94.5 K-Soul (Urban Contemporary, Radio)

KLTY 94.9 FM Safe for the whole Family (Christian Contemporary, Radio)

KHYI 95.3 FM The Range (Americana/Roots, Radio)

KJKB 95.5 FM Boss 95.5 (Classic Rock, 80's Rock)

KFWR 95.9 FM The Ranch - Texas Country (Country, Radio)

KSCS 96.3 FM The Country Leader (Country, Radio)

JTMJ 96.7 FM country (Country, Dance, Hip Hop, Top-40)

KTYS 96.7 FM 967 The Twister (Country, Radio)

KEGL 97.1 FM Pure Rock 97.1 The Eagle (Classic Hits, Rock, Radio) (Started playing again on Dec. 18th, 2007)

KBFB 97.9 FM 97.9 The Beat - The HipHop Station (Hip Hop, Radio)

KFYZ 98.3 FM (Country, Radio)

KLUV 98.7 FM K-Luv - Oldies Radio (Oldies, Radio)

KFZO 99.1 FM (Spanish, Radio)

KPLX 99.5 FM 99.5 The Wolf - Texas Country - Wolf Radio (Country, Radio)

KNOB 99.9 FM Mineral Wells Community Radio (Variety, Radio)

KJKK 100.3 FM Jack FM ( Mixed rock and pop, retro and current)

KDGE 102.1 FM The Edge (Rock,radio,alternative)

KDMX 102.9 FM The Mix (pop music)

Tarantula Railroad has a...

by brdwtchr

Tarantula Railroad has a restored steam train that runs between Fort Worth and Grapevine. The train leaves from Stockyards Station. Picture of that is with my restaurant tip. For information call 1-800-952-5717.

Western Clothing

by grandmaR about Fincher's White Front Western Wear

White Front Western Store was established in 1902 and the Fincher Family purchased it in 1967. I have not been to this store (I took the picture because of the horse statue out front), but their website says that Fincher's stocks a full line of western wear from infant to adults. Included are hats, boots, jeans, shirts, blouses, dresses, and suits and also cowboy souvenirs, western gifts and rough stock riding equipment.


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Address: 4501 Highway 360 South, MD 929, Fort Worth, Texas, 76155, United States