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AIM Marksmanship Scholarship Program

Award Amount
$2,500
Awards Available
1
Deadline
July 1, 2018
  • Scholarship Description
  • The Amateur Trapshooting Association would like to present scholarship opportunities to its members enrolled in the AIM Program. Only shooters who excel in Trapshooting and have achieved a somewhat high level of success should apply for
    the scholarship.

    Only shooters who have an average of 90% or higher are eligible to participate. Average will be comprised of all ATA registered targets shot across all disciplines for the target years.

    Eligibility:
    -Be a current member of the ATA and AIM between 16 and 23 years of age
    -Shoot at least 2,000 registered targets in the target years
    -Attach an essay answering the following prompt: "How have your successes on the trap field shaped you as an individual?"
    -Attach three letters of reference, including one from your coach or another ATA Member and one from a teacher
    -Be a member of an AIM Trap Team
    -Participate or serve as a volunteer at an ATA State Championship, Zone Shoot, or Satellite Grand
    -Participate or serve as a volunteer at the Grand American
    -Attend or volunteer at an NRA/ATA Trap Camp
    -Complete a state-sponsored hunter education course
    -Participate in a shooting clinic other than ATA/NRA
    -Visit the Hall of Fame Museum, National Firearms Museum, or another Museum which features
    firearm displays
    -Be recognized by the Amateur Trapshooting Association as an All-American or AIM All-Star
    -Shoot "100 Straight" at an ATA registered shoot
    -Be a team captain as appointed by your team's coach
    -Be featured in Trap and Field Magazine
    -Shoot 1,000 ATA registered targets
    -Have shot ATA registered targets in all three ATA disciplines
    -Won a Championship trophy at a State Shoot, Zone Shoot, Satellite Grand, or the Grand American
    -Have won a trophy in the AIM online zone shoot, AIM State Shoot or AIM Grand Championship
    -Be a founder and have started a team or youth organization

    For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Scholarship Committee
  • P.O. Box 519
  • Sparta, IL 62286
  • aim@shootata.com
  • 618-449-2224

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