Dreams Take Flight Scholarship

Girls With Wings was founded in 2003 with the mission to promote, encourage and expose girls to the wonderful opportunities in aviation. This mission is accomplished through public speaking engagements, the interactive Girls With Wings Presentation, the interactive website, and the Girls With Wings Flight Training Scholarship program.


The Dreams Take Flight Scholarship is intended to open the door to the aviation world to someone that would not otherwise have the opportunity. There is no prerequisite flight training required for this scholarship but applicant must be a U.S. resident and at least 16 years of age at the time of application; will be required to pass the TSA screening regarding citizenship; and is required to read, write and speak English to FAA standards. The Dreams Take Flight scholarship is valued at $500; please visit our website for application information.

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