|Country||USA & Canada|
|Eligible Nationalities||All countries|
|Sponsors||Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA)|
|Application Deadline||March 1, November 1, 2023|
Are you a student seeking an exciting opportunity or scholarship to support your degree program? Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA) inviting online application for EAA Flight Training Scholarships.
Don’t let this fantastic chance pass you by by missing the application deadline! In this article, we’ll go over this scholarship program’s features, benefits, and step-by-step application process.
About EAA Flight Training Scholarships
Are you interested in pursuing flight or a career in aviation or an aviation-related field? We encourage well-rounded individuals who are involved in their school or community and interested in the world of aviation to apply for an EAA scholarship.
International students can apply for EAA Flight Training Scholarships 2023-2024, which are fully funded. These scholarships are available for flight training in either the United States or Canada. After each benchmark, the EAA will send the money directly to the flight school.
EAA’s scholarships are supported by dozens of donors, benefactors, and others who “pass it forward” by endowing these programs. In all, EAA awards more than $1 million in aviation scholarship money via various programs each year. All applications are reviewed against the criteria for the individual scholarships and then awarded to those who show the greatest potential to be actively engaged in aviation.
EAA strives to provide scholarships that have a minimum award of $5,000.
Awards are made up of the following funds:
- Adapt to Fly Scholarship
- Air Academy Alumni Scholarship
- Elgin Wells Jr. Starjammer CFI Scholarship
- Florence “Coffy” Gregory Scholarship
- Harrison Ford Scholarship
- Jason Kurt Lohr Aviation Scholarship
- John S. Bradbury Memorial Scholarship
- Noah Favaregh Scholarship
- Richard R. Harper Memorial Scholarship
- Stephen “Ben” Haas Memorial Scholarship
- Tinker Murdock Family Scholarship
- Will Martin Flight Training Scholarship
- Wilson “Tex” Edwards Memorial Scholarship
- Heather McRoberts Memorial Scholarship*
- Matthew Platt Scholarship
Program of Study
Aviation (Flight Training)
Paul H. Poberezny founded the EAA in 1953 and served as president from 1953 to 1989 and then as chairman of the board until 2009. It has grown from a small group of aviation enthusiasts to an international organization that represents nearly every aspect of recreational aviation.
The word “airplane” evokes an element of excitement and a sense of adventure. It knows no bounds and fosters enthusiasm that is as contagious as it is appealing. It is what has captured the imagination of over 200,000 people who are proud to call themselves EAA members.
EAA Flight Training Scholarships Coverage
EAA Flight Training Scholarships will provide the following benefits to the recipient:
- EAA makes every effort to provide scholarships with a minimum award of $5,000.
- The money will be sent directly to the flight school by the EAA. The initial payment will be 40% of the total award. Following certain benchmarks, the remaining 40% will be distributed. The remaining 20% will be awarded at the final benchmark.
EAA Flight Training Scholarships Eligibility Criteria
- Must be 16 years old at the time of application deadline.
- Flight training scholarships can be used at any non-university flight school in the United States.
- All scholarship funds must be used at a flight training school in the United States.
- Flight training scholarships must be used within one year of being awarded, so you must be qualified for the flight training process.
- There are no age restrictions.
- All applications are reviewed against the criteria for the individual grants and those with the greatest potential to be actively involved in aviation are awarded.
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- Scholarship Application Form
- Motivation letter (Why are you the best candidate to receive this award? In the next year, what do you hope to gain from receiving this award? How will this opportunity help you to reach your long-term goals? Where do you see yourself 10 years from now?)
- Financial support letter
- Recommendation Letter
How to Apply EAA Flight Training Scholarships?
Please follow the following application instructions to apply for EAA Flight Training Scholarships:
- Create an account and to apply.
- Fill-out the required informations Attach & submit the supporting documents in the Scholarship Application Form.
- Check your email for the successful application.
FAQ About Scholarship
What does a flight training scholarship cover?
Flight training scholarships may be used to cover costs at any flight training school in the United States and Canada that is not a university program.
Do I have to be an EAA member to apply?
You do not need to be a current EAA member to apply for a scholarship. I am not a U.S. citizen.
Can I apply for a flight training scholarship?
We encourage individuals from all countries to apply. However, all scholarship awards must be used at a flight training school within the United States or Canada.
What are the age requirements to apply for a flight training scholarship?
You must be at least 16 years old to apply for a flight training scholarship.
When can I apply for a flight training scholarship?
Applications open November 1st every year and close March 1st.
Does the application require a recommendation?
On your application, you will be asked to enter the name of one character reference. Once you submit your application, your reference will be sent a link to complete the online recommendation. Please ask your reference to complete the recommendation before the application deadline. Applications will be considered late and will not be accepted if the recommendation is not complete by the deadline.
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