The purpose of this scholarship is to provide financial assistance for tuition and other related educational expenses to students enrolled in any one of UAA Aviation Technology Division AAS or BSAT degree programs.
Through generous donations to the AOPA Foundation, outstanding pilots with career aspirations will have the opportunity to receive various scholarships, ranging from $3,000 to $10,000 each, to pursue one of the following ratings or certificates: Instrument, Commercial, CFI, CFII, MEI.
Current AOPA members who are at least 16 years of age at the time of application are eligible to apply. The scholarship award can be applied to training for a private pilot, sport pilot, or recreational pilot certificate.
This scholarship is for students enrolled in an air traffic control program at an institution approved and/or licensed by the Federal Aviation Administration as directly supporting the FAA's college and training initiative.
Funded by Vertol, this program offers **one AFA member per year a scholarship to attend pilot training courses leading to a private pilot's license at the Destin Flight Works school located in Destin, Florida.
This scholarship is for current student at a U.S. high school, graduating in the spring of 2020, be accepted to and enrolling in an institution for an aviation-related degree program (e.g., flight training, aviation management, aerospace engineering, aviation maintenance); and have a 3.
This scholarship is for incoming freshman students to the John D. Odegard School of Aerospace Sciences at the University of North Dakota with preference to those who are planning on majoring in Aviation.
This scholarship is for Sophomore, Junior, Senior or Graduate Student enrolled at a University Aviation Association member institution in an aviation or space-related major. Community College, college and university applicants encouraged.
This scholarship is available to AFA members to pursue pilot training towards a private pilot's license. The award will be for a maximum of $10,000 and applicable to aircraft rental and instructor fees at a training facility of the recipient's choice.
This scholarship is for students enrolled in a University Aviation Association member institution at the time of application, hold a current FAA private pilot certificate and must be pursuing an instrument, multi-engine, or commercial pilot rating.
This scholarship is for students between the ages of 17 and 31. Recipient must use the scholarship to acquire aerobatic flight training (a private pilot’s license is required) or an A&P license (a private pilot’s license is not required).
As part of the AOPA You Can Fly program and thanks to the generosity of the Ray Foundation, up to 20 teachers will be awarded scholarships of $10,000 each to pursue their primary flight training certificate such as a private, sport or recreational pilot certificate.
This scholarship is for applicants resident of a New England state in the US who intend to pursue a professional aviation management career and take aviation courses at a school for higher learning in New England
Trident University offers three full-ride scholarships to current AFA members. The scholarship can be applied towards bachelor's and master's programs at Trident University and is available to both current and prospective students.
This scholarship is for students pursuing aviation related studies leading to a credential, an associate’s degree or a bachelor’s degree at an accredited educational institution and have demonstrated an interest in pursuing a career in an aviation-related field.