Thu, Jan 15, 2009
UND Student Recipient Of $2,500
Careers in Aviation announced this week the 2008 Epps Aviation
Scholarship has been awarded to Jonathan Ward, a student at the
University of North Dakota.
The $2,500 scholarship was open to students expressing a
financial need and with an aspiration toward undertaking flight
training or education in the pursuit of a career in aviation.
"I traded the warm weather for the cold to a state where I had
never been before and did not know anyone in order to continue my
higher education and flight education," said Ward, who originally
hails from Southern California. "I can only applaud Epps Aviation
for giving me and others like me, an opportunity to fund my
As an acknowledged supporter of educational programs such as
those offered by Careers in Aviation, company president Pat Epps
added, "Our dedication to the future of the aviation industry is
demonstrated through our support of Careers in Aviation. Especially
during these difficult economic times, students and our industry
needs all of our support."
Epps Aviation has pledged continued support in 2009 of the
generous donation of $5,000. The donation will assist in general
support for the organization, and more importantly, toward the 2009
Epps Aviation Scholarship.
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