Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University junior Caroline Gleb receives the 2012 Angel MedFlight Scholarship for Excellence in Aviation.
(Scottsdale, Ariz.) August 24, 2012 – Classes begin Monday at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in Prescott, Ariz., and junior Caroline Gleb’s semester is off to an exciting start. She has a robust class schedule, a brand new iPad for flight charting, and a $3,000 academic scholarship.
Gleb is the winner of the 2012 Angel MedFlight Scholarship for Excellence in Aviation, which aims to promote leadership and resourcefulness in students enrolled in aviation degree programs across Arizona.
“Caroline is an exceptional student who is clearly focused on success in the classroom, the community and the cockpit,” states Angel MedFlight Corporate Counsel Kelly LoCascio. “She excels in academics while making time to gain valuable experience in many facets of aviation, and contribute to the community through service. We are pleased to award the 2012 Scholarship for Excellence in Aviation to such a conscientious student.”
An Aeronautical Science degree student with a minor in Aviation Safety, Gleb maintains a perfect 4.0 grade point average while also working as a student dispatcher, volunteering with Big Brothers Big Sisters and serving as vice president of Alpha Sigma Tau sorority. She endeavors to introduce more young women to the possibility of a career in aviation.
Angel MedFlight sponsors the annual Scholarship for Excellence in Aviation in conjunction with the Arizona Business Aviation Association (AZBAA). Applications for the 2013 scholarship will be accepted beginning in the spring and are available at www.AngelMedFlight.com.