NBCFAE National Scholarship

Deadline Varies
Awards Available: 10

Scholarship Description

Our mission is to continue to support Equal Employment Opportunity for African Americans, other minorities, women and people with Disabilities within the FAA. As a national organization, we have given over a half of million dollars in scholarships over the years and this year is no different.

The Washington Headquarters region is offering 10 scholarships this year up to $1500 to deserving students who are permanent residents of Washington DC. Applicants must be a graduating high senior who has graduated or is expected to graduate in spring of the award year. Must be a full-time community or undergraduate college student who is a US citizen, legal permanent resident or an eligible non-citizen and must be a Washington DC resident. Minimum GPA 2.5 on a 4.0, enrolled or planning to enroll in full-time college or university, vocational or technical school; Undergraduate and graduate students only.

A completed application includes completed online applications and acceptance letter from prospective or returning institution. Official transcripts can be emailed. You can forward your unofficial transcripts via email; High School Transcript - for graduating high school students, two reference letters from teachers, faculty, coaches, mentors, employers, supervisors, etc, no family members. An 8x10 photograph (professional attire). Winners' photos will be published in our journal and our Scholarship display at the Annual National Training Conference. Please submit all documentation via email.

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