Applications are now being taken for the Upwind Summer Scholarship Program, which aims to transform a high school student into a licensed private pilot during the summer between their junior and senior year.
Avfuel’s pilots rewards program, AVTRIP, rewards members with more than just points and cash awards. Every year since 2000, AVTRIP has awarded a lucky pilot with a $2,000 scholarship to put towards continuing aviation education.
DENVER — The Colorado Aviation Business Association (CABA) has revealed this year’s scholarship winners. The scholarships, totaling $6,000, were awarded at the 2nd Annual Aviation Safety Symposium, an event co-hosted by Metropolitan State University of Denver’s Department of Aviation and Aerospace Science.
The deadline is fast approaching for the 18 scholarships that the Helicopter Foundation International (HFI) will award to students in the helicopter industry.
SAN FRANCISCO — The San Francisco Aeronautical Society has named the inaugural winners of the SFAS Scholars Program.
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The National Air Transportation Foundation (NATF) has named the first winner of its new Navigate Your Future Scholarship: Sebastian Perez, an upcoming freshman at Broward College in Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
The Connor Burton Aviation Foundation is providing 27 Kansas State University Salina aviation students with $84,000 in flying scholarships to help with the cost of flight fees over the summer.
The San Diego Air & Space Museum’s mission statement is to inspire young people to tackle the challenges of the science, technology, engineering and mathematics academic disciplines and to make a difference in the world through an innovative, adventurous spirit. To further this goal, the museum and Convair Alumni Association has selected 12 students in the San Diego region to receive $45,000 in scholarships.
On May 19, six Able Flight scholarship winners will arrive at Purdue University in Indiana to begin five weeks of intensive flight and ground training, an experience that will change their lives forever. The six men come from all over the country, and though their disabilities and challenges may be varied, they share the common goal of wanting to become a pilot.
Two Kansas State University Aviation students have been selected to receive the Cessna Leadership Scholarship. The students will use the $3,000 awards to obtain flight ratings. The selected students are Carol Cooper, senior in professional pilot, Hutchinson, Kan.; and Megan Henderson, junior in professional pilot, Topeka, Kan.