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If you are interested in pursuing a career in aviation, you have an opportunity to apply for a scholarship in primary flight training, instrument training, or advanced training through the Aero Club of New England. In order to qualify for the numerous scholarships offered, the applicant must be:

1. A New England resident.

2. Use the scholarship funds in one year.

3. At least 16 years of age

4. Intending to pursue a professional aviation career.

5. In possession of a current medical certificate

6. Training in a New England facility doing business as a flight school.

 

EAA 2017 Youth Scholarship

Hello there!

We are a local non-profit organization, The Greater Boston EAA Chapter 106 of the Experimental Aircraft Association, and we are running our annual scholarship for students ages 16 -18 who demonstrate an interest in aviation.  

We are reaching out to local area aviation organizations with the hope that you might be able to help us find students who may be interested in applying for the scholarship.

The  scholarship provides for the amazing opportunity to attend an aviation-focused camp at EAA's national headquarters in Oshkosh, WI for one week in July of 2017. The scholarship covers camp tuition and airfare from Boston (in addition to select other New England cities).  Applicants do not need to have any experience in aviation but must communicate why they want to attend the camp through their application.

If you think this scholarship is something your students might be interested in, we would greatly appreciate if you could pass along the attached flyer and/or information in the manner you best see fit to reach those who might want to apply.

Please don't hesitate to reach out to us with any questions or visit our website at 2017 EAA Youth Scholarship for more information about our 2017 scholarship and the application.