Scholarships

Some of the available pilot/aviation scholarships are listed below. Click on the links for more information…

Jean Prior Memorial Scholarship:

A one-time $500 scholarship, applicants do not need to be 99 members, deadline July 31, 2018. 99s Jean Prior early FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE;  99s my 2018 long description Jean Prior;  West Canada Section 99s Scholarship_2018_Application (Jean Prior)

Canadian 99s Scholarships & Awards:
http://canadian99s.com/scholarships-awards/

West Canada Section Scholarship:
Since 1995, the West Canada Section of the Ninety-Nines is offering a $1,500 scholarship to help a female advance in her flight training, education, or pilot career. West Canada Section 99s Scholarship_2018_Application

99s Student Pilot Scholarships:
FLY NOW Awards of up to $3000 towards completion of the recreational pilot, sport pilot, or private pilot certificate, females only, must be a Student Pilot 99s Member. Offered in the Spring and Fall. More details at: http://www.ninety-nines.org/index.cfm/Fly_Now.htm

Other Ninety-Nines Scholarships:
Go to the International Ninety-Nines website to view the full scholarship listing. http://www.ninety-nines.org/index.cfm/scholarship_summary.htm

Washington DC Chapter:
Dare to Be Different, $3000,  http://www.dc99s.org/Washington_DC_99s/News_and_Scholarships.html, email Webmaster@dc99s.org

Other Scholarships:

Applications for COPA’s Neil Armstrong Scholarships are now being accepted. First place scholarship is valued at $7,000, second place $3,000 and third place $2,000. To qualify for the first place scholarship, applicants must be new flight students who have not yet achieved a pilot’s license, ages 15-21 years old.
Detailed guidelines and applications forms are available at the COPA office or online under http://www.copanational.org/NAscholarship.cfm
The Neil Armstrong Scholarship Fund was first established in April 1995 through contributions from friends of Neil Armstrong, COPA members and the Canadian aviation community. Contributions are made to the COPA Flight Safety Foundation, Neil Armstrong Fund from which a charitable tax receipt can be issued. http://www.copanational.org/NAscholarship.cfm

COPA Scholarship Listing: http://copanational.org/Otherscholarships15.cfm

BC Aviation Council:
BC Aviation Council members recognize the financial pressures faced by students pursuing studies in aviation and aerospace, and the BCAC  provides scholarships and awards for students on an annual basis. Students actively pursuing studies in the following fields can apply for cash awards ranging from $1,000 to $5,000.   http://www.bcaviationcouncil.org/awards-scholarships/

The Mary Swain Memorial Aviation Training Bursary:

(Female Student) — $1,000
http://www.bcaviationcouncil.org/scholarships/

Anderson Family Scholarship:

$5000 – http://www.bcaviationcouncil.org/scholarships/

 

BC Float Plane Association:

$2500, http://www.bcfloatplaneassociation.com/news/

A link with many other flying scholarships:

http://blueskybound.weebly.com/scholarships.html

Webster Memorial Trophy Competition:
Due June 30, $25 application fee, top amateur pilot in Canada, do flight test for private or commercial, http://www.webstertrophy.ca/builder/uploads/application-form-material-2016-english_001.doc

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