Quick Overview: $1,000 scholarship for a full-time student who is actively pursuing an associate or baccalaureate level degree in aviation management.
The Navigate Your Future Scholarship is offered to a high school graduate continuing his or her education in the aviation industry. By making scholarships available, NATF's goal is to foster and promote careers in the general aviation industry.
The Navigate Your Future Scholarship applicant must:
Be a senior in high school planning a career in the general aviation field.
Be enrolled or accepted into an aviation-related program at an accredited college or university.
Submit the letter of acceptance from the college or university.
Be able to demonstrate an interest in pursuing a career in general aviation
The Navigate Your Future Scholarship, in the amount of $2,500, is to be used for one year of full-time undergraduate study. One award will be granted each year.
Interested students must complete an application and submit it along with an original certified high school transcript showing rank in graduating class, a letter of recommendation, a personal statement discussing career goals in general aviation, education plan, flight training goals and two or more reasons why you should be chosen for this scholarship. Application packets should be received by NATF NO LATER than the last Friday in JUNE.
All information received becomes the property of NATF, is considered confidential, and is reviewed only by the screening committee and NATF officials.
Selection of Recipients
Recipients are selected by the scholarship selection committee on the basis of academic record, recommendation letter and a statement of educational and career goals. Recipients are selected without regard to race, color, creed, religion, gender, disability or national origin. Recipients will be notified in writing by the end of July and all other applicants will be notified in writing by mid-August.
Our scholarship recipients are announced to the public in issues of general aviation publications such as our Aviation Business Journal and also featured on our Web site.
Payment of Scholarships
The Navigate Your Future Scholarship checks will be made payable jointly to the recipient and their college/university (and must be endorsed by both). The scholarship checks will be mailed to the recipient's address stipulated on the scholarship acknowledgement form.
Recipients are required to supply copies of pertinent records and to notify NATF of any changes of address, school enrollment or other relevant information. Except as described here, no obligation is assumed by NATF, members of its scholarship selection committee or the National Air Transportation Association. Tax liability, if any, will be the sole responsibility of the recipient.
NATF reserves the right to review the conditions and procedures of this scholarship and to make changes at any time, including termination, of the scholarship program. Previously approved scholarships will not be affected by subsequent changes to the program.
Questions regarding the scholarship program should be addressed to:
Navigate Your Future Scholarship
National Air Transportation Foundation
4226 King Street
Alexandria, VA 22302
Overview & Forms:
OBAP is proud to announce the following scholarship opportunities.
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Unless otherwise stated, the application deadline for all scholarships is May 24, 2013.
A professional association and unifying voice for promoting and furthering aviation education as a collegiate academic discipline.
To promote and foster excellence in collegiate aviation education by providing a forum for students, faculty, staff and practitioners to share ideas, to enhance the quality of education, and to develop stronger programs and curricula. To influence aviation education policy at all governmental levels. To provide and nurture the linkage between college aviation education, the aviation industry, and government agencies.
- To be an open forum for all collegiate aviation education
- To create and influence national policies related to aviation education
- To assist students, faculty, and institutions in defining and achieving their aviation education aspirations
- To encourage individuals to choose aviation-related careers
- To assist in the professional development of individual members
- To promote awareness of collegiate aviation through interaction with the aviation industry and government
- To assist institutions in meeting the needs of the aviation industry and government
- To be a media resource for accurate aviation education information
Ninety-Nines, the international organization of women pilots is the oldest organization devoted to women in aviation. The organization’s mission is to promote the advancement of aviation through education, scholarships, and mutual support while honoring our unique history and sharing our passion for flight. The members of the Michigan Chapter of Ninety-Nines are part of a world-wide organization of approximately 4000 members.
The Michigan Chapter of 99s is excited to be able to offer the Hecksel-Sutherland scholarship to women who are interested in all aspects of aviation. The chapter began working towards the scholarship in 1997, and had begun planning it before that. 2013 will mark the third time the scholarship will be awarded. The amount of the award may be $2000.00.
Four board members and I are tasked with choosing the candidate. Whenever your completed
application is received, it will be sent to all board members. Candidates chosen to be interviewed will be notified by November 1, 2013 and the interviews will take place shortly thereafter. The candidate chosen to receive the scholarship will be chosen and notified by December 31. She should be available to attend an award brunch at a date to be determined, usually February or early March.
The following pages contain the application for our brand new scholarship. We hope you will decide that it’s worth the effort. If there are any questions, please feel free to e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org or call me at one of the phone numbers below.
MBAA Scholarship Application Requirements:
- Applicant must be a U.S.citizen
- Applicant must be currently enrolled in their final year of a two or four-year aviation Flight program with plans to complete a curriculum leading to a flying career, or have graduated from such a program and are currently Flight Instructing at their alma mater.
- Applicant must have a 3.0 minimum GPA (on a 4.0 system) at the time of application
- The completed application shall be accompanied by the following items:
Completed application packages must be postmarked by midnight on April 5, 2013
Previous recipients of MBAA Scholarship awards are not eligible to re-apply in subsequent years
Recipient of the award must complete the training program within one year of receipt of the scholarship
- A letter of recommendation from a member of the Aviation Department Faculty at the institution in which the applicant is currently enrolled
- A current resume
- Official transcripts from current and all prior collegiate institutions
- A 250-word essay describing the applicant's aviation background, current status and future aviation goals
- Photocopies of all FAA ratings/certificates held
MBAA Scholarship Application:
Interested candidates can view & print the application from the Scholarship Application link on the http://www.mibaa.org/scholarships.php Student Scholarship Program Page.
Please direct any questions to David Leach at email@example.com or 248-760-0015 or Tara Paksi at firstname.lastname@example.org or (517) 371-2223.
Candidate Eligibility and Application Requirements are as follows:
- Applicant must be a U.S. Citizen.
- Applicant must be a college sophomore, junior or senior, (and have completed one full year of school at the time of application) currently enrolled in a two or four-year Aviation Flight, Maintenance or Management curriculum with plans to earn a degree or certificate leading to a career in the field of aviation.
- Applicant must have achieved a minimum grade point average of 3.25 (on a 4.0 system) at the time of application.
- The completed application shall be accompanied by the following items:
- A letter of recommendation from a member of the Aviation Department Faculty at the institution in which the applicant is currently enrolled.
- A current resume.
- Official transcripts from applicant’s current and prior colleges or universities.
- A 250 word essay describing the applicant’s aviation background, current aviation status and future aviation goals.
- Photocopies of all FAA ratings / certificates held. (If applicable)
- Completed application package must be postmarked no later than the Last Friday in March to be considered for the scholarship.
- Checks will be made payable directly to the recipient’s school in the name of the recipient.
- Previous recipients are not eligible.
Scholarship applicants will be interviewed by representatives of the FPM Foundation in the month of May at the Oakland Pontiac Airport. Announcement of scholarship awards will be made shortly thereafter.
Presentation of the Scholarship awards will be made at the conclusion of the annual FPM Foundation Golf Outing & Fundraiser held at the Bay Pointe Golf Club in West Bloomfield, Michigan. Recipient participation is requested but not required.
CAE SimuFlite, a Dallas-based aviation training corporation, will award six corporate aircraft training scholarships in 2013. CAE SimuFlite is offering scholarships for type ratings for three crews of two in three separate aircraft (two scholarships each): the CJ3, the Citation Sovereign, and the Embraer Legacy 600. This constitutes a significant increase in the SimuFlite scholarship program. These scholarships will be awarded to students or recent graduates of University Aviation Association member institutions. The aims of the scholarship are to:
- Provide additional industry-based training opportunities for university aviation students and,
- To broaden the awareness of corporate aviation career paths among university aviation students.
The scholarship will include Citation initial training resulting in a type rating upon successful completion of the course. The applicant is responsible for all travel and housing related costs. Applications must be postmarked no later than March 31, 2013.
WE ARE NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR 2013
Qualifications for the Captain Jason Dahl Scholarship:
1.Must be a Full Time Student at an accredited University.
2.Must be Majoring in Aviation, with an emphasis in Pilot Related Studies.
If interested in applying for the Scholarship, please submit a 1000+/- word essay describing your desire to pursue a career as a Professional Pilot or in Aviation. Please include your goals and plans for continuing education and copies of all transcripts.
ALL ENTREES MUST BE SUBMITTED BY Friday March 8, 2013. APPLY NOW.
Since 2002, 24 scholarships have been awarded.
Please send completed entries to:
Captain Jason Dahl Scholarship Fund
9956 West Remington Place, Unit A-10 Suite 93
Littleton, CO 80128
2013 Scholarship Applications Now Being Accepted
The Chicago Area Business Aviation Association has extended the CABAA Scholarship deadline toMay 1.
CABAA is offering three different scholarships in 2013:
- Undergrad or Grad Student pursuing a degree in any aviation field - up to 8 $4000 scholarships.
- Winter 2012/Spring 2013 Graduate Flight Safety Pilot Training Award $20,100 value.
- Winter 2012/Spring 2013 Graduate A&P Qualified Flight Safety Maintenance Award $10,000 value.
CABAA does give a slight advantage to Chicago area / Illinois residents, however, not all past winners were from Illinois. Please encourage your students to apply. They may email or call with any questions.
2013 Scholarship Applications Available now!
The CABAA Education Foundation is pleased to announce the 2013 CABAA Scholarship Awards program. There is over $62,000 in award money available to aviation students interested in exploring a Business Aviation career path. The awards available are:
8 - $4000 Awards for undergraduate aviation students.
1 - $10,000 CABAA/Flight Safety Professional Maintenance Training Award for a Citation 500 Series Initial Course. Student must be a Winter 2012 or Summer 2013 graduate.
1 - $20,100 CABAA/Flight Safety Professional Training Pilot Award for a Citation 525 Series SIC Pilot Training Course. Student must be a Winter 2012 or Summer 2013 graduate.
The scholarship applications are sent to many schools with aviation programs across the nation. Priority for winning the awards is given to students from the Chicagoland area.
Applications are attached for you to distribute to students you may know. The applications are also on the website, www.CABAA.com.
In addition to the scholarship program CABAA also helps connect interested parties to mentors in the Business Aviation community. Please contact Pam Kavanaugh if you are interested in becoming a mentor.
email@example.com or 847-537-1200.
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