National Aviation Explorer Scholarships


May 31, 2021

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  • Scholarship Description
  • The National Aviation Exploring Committee awards individual scholarships between $3,000 and $10,000 annually to aviation explorers pursuing a career in the aviation industry. The intent of these scholarships is to identify and reward those individuals who best exemplify the qualities that lead to success in the aviation industry. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
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  • Scholarship Committee
  • National Office S510
  • 1325 West Walnut Lane
  • Irving , TX 75038
  • 972-580-2241

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Manisha Sharma  on 8/27/2020 8:31:04 AM

I am really very passionate about aviation since childhood and my dream is to become a pilot

Noah C  on 8/21/2020 10:46:56 PM

Hello my name is Noah Carter, I am a deaf student pilot and I getting my license in Livermore CA I am also a college student at Gallaudet University student Mathamtic. My family isn't helping with finance so it would be a big help with this scholarship.

James D  on 8/18/2020 3:23:40 PM

My name is James Dillard,I live in Greenwood,Ind and I am enrolled in Aviation Industry of Mechanics and I am applying for financial assistance. I want to go to school full time and concentrate on studying and learn all I can about aviation mechanics.

Logien W  on 7/15/2020 4:49:48 AM

My name is Logien Waleed I am a high schooler, 16 years old and turning 17 in 2021 and I live in Egypt, Where it is really hard to get a scholarship or Financial aid, So I have followed multiple ways to pursue my aviation career, by working 2 jobs:1 part time and 1 full time. and started practicing my English and French and started learning Spanish. Furthermore, I am a very determined person and will always try to reach my goal of being a pilot. I already started studying PPL Theory online so I already have an idea about what is aviation and PPL.

Matthew P  on 7/3/2020 3:46:28 PM

My name is Matthew Poynot, I live in Lafayette Louisiana and I am aspiring to be a fighter for the United States Air Force and I want to get my PPL before enlisting. This scholarship would help me greatly with this pursuit.

Jordan L  on 6/28/2020 2:47:18 PM

Hello! I am Jordan Limon, I am entering my senior year in High School, I plan on becoming a pilot, I have been going through the process of obtaining a private pilot license, I plan on attending Cochise college aviation program in Douglas, Arizona. I have high hopes and need to get through to become what I want to be.

Sanjana Gulati  on 5/12/2020 9:51:11 AM

Waiting for this :)

Nwachukwu E.A  on 5/6/2020 3:43:15 PM

My name is Nwachukwu Edith Adaobi I aspire to venture into the aviation industry This scholarship would enable me achieve my goals

Joshua H.  on 5/4/2020 12:08:13 PM

My name is Joshua Hostetler, I live in Las Vegas Nevada and aspire to pursue a career as an Air Force Fighter pilot through Embry-riddle Aeronautical University- Prescott AZ. gaining this scholarship is the only thing awaiting my future success.

Lucas W  on 5/4/2020 8:46:19 AM

Hello, My name is Lucas Wolfe and I am a soon to be a graduate of the 2020 class at New Albany High School in Indiana. I have been accepted into the aviation program at Vincennes University/Purdue. I aspire to become a pilot and am very excited about the opportunity to begin my journey this coming August. The first two years are accelerated and i will achieve all of my ratings during this time. The cost which will be significant, will all be on me. It would be of significant help, to get any scholarship assistance that I could receive.

Mishuk Turja  on 4/26/2020 1:29:34 PM

Hello. I have been dreaming of flying since the day i saw an Airplane . I love aviation and ill do anything to achieve my Dream. My dream is to become a Fighter Pilot in the USAF. My parents dont make enough to support me at college. I already got my Private Pilot’s license through an Air Force Scholarship. I also plan on going to the University of North Dakota to achieve my flying feat

Kenny H  on 4/22/2020 7:23:43 AM

I feel I have above all others, the passion and enormous desire to be an aviation pilot. My dream career, for as long as I can remember, has been to be a helicopter pilot for Life Flight, Fire Control and Rescue or any other services to help and benefit humanity. This Scholarship will not only help achieve my dream but help others in knowing that my life is dedicated to the betterment and compassion for mankind. In every capacity. Please award me this opportunity to prove me to be the best choice for this epic industry!

Jack A  on 3/19/2020 6:03:08 PM

My name is Jack Anderson, I live in anchorage Alaska and aspire to pursue aviation through Gallatin college at MSU. This scholarship would help me greatly because many academic scholarships I achieved can not be used through Gallatin college.

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