$3,000 Scholarship Available to Arizona’s Aviation Students

2012 Scholarship for Excellence in Aviation Now Open to Arizona Students

Students working toward an aviation degree at an Arizona college or university now have the chance to earn $3,000 toward their tuition through the 2012 Angel MedFlight Scholarship for Excellence in Aviation.

Angel MedFlight, in partnership with the Arizona Business Aviation Association (AZBAA), is once again offering this scholarship opportunity to support innovation and leadership in aviation students in Arizona.

About the Scholarship
This is the third year that the scholarship will be awarded. Past winners include Andrew Cochran, an Aeronautical Science senior at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in Prescott, Ariz, and Matthew Grega, a first-year Aeronautical Engineering student, also at Embry-Riddle.

How to Apply
Candidates must be actively pursuing a degree in an aviation field at a two- or four-year Arizona college or university and must submit the following:

  • Completed application
  • Official school transcript
  • Resume
  • Two letters of recommendation (one professional, one personal)
  • Three-minute video addressing the importance of an aviation career to them, a situation in which they overcame adversity, and improvements they would like to see in Arizona’s aviation industry.

For complete details and to apply, visit http://www.angelmedflight.com/azbaascholarship.html.

Applications are being accepted through June 4, 2012, and the scholarship will be awarded in August.

The 2012 Angel MedFlight Scholarship for Excellence in Aviation will be awarded to a U.S. citizen without regard to sex, race, religion or national origin. Scholarship funds will be paid directly to recipient’s college or university.

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