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GRCF Joshua Esch Mitchell Aviation Scholarship

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March 01, 2021

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  • Scholarship Description
  • To be eligible for the Joshua Esch Mitchell Aviation Scholarship, students must be United States citizens, enrolled full- or part-time at a college or university in the United States providing an accredited flight science curriculum. Applicants must be second-year students or above with a minimum 2.75 GPA pursuing studies in the field of professional pilot with an emphasis in general aviation, aviation management, or aviation safety. A valid pilot's certificate (not to include a student certificate) is required. A letter of recommendation from a professional in the aviation field is required. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Scholarship Committee
  • 185 Oakes SW
  • Grand Rapids, MI 49503
  • rbishop@grfoundation.org
  • 616-454-1751 x103

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James S.  on 6/24/2020 3:57:44 PM

Greetings! I am very interested in applying for this scholarship. I am a 2nd year college student. I already have my pilot license this scholarship will help me to continue on the path to becoming a successful student with a career in aviation.

Michael R  on 3/20/2020 1:11:45 PM

I am applying for this scholarship because I am only 25 hours away from my IFR and Commericial but have lost my job as a result of this pandemic and gone through my savings to get this far. If I dont find funding I will not be able to finish what Ive worked hard for. I'm 27 and have earned my B.S. in computer science and my private pilot's license and did this while helping support my disabled mother and twin brother (who recently passed). I am not a quitter but am challenged financially right now. I do not normally accept charity but I really want this. If anyone out there reads this, please consider donating directly to my flight school (Alpine Aviation in Grass Valley, CA) for my (Michael Reisenweber's) account. Im about $7500 short.

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