Sat, Oct 27, 2007
ERAU Student Awarded $2,000
The National Black Coalition of
Federal Aviation Employees (NBCFAE) and Careers in Aviation told
ANN Friday a recipient has been selected for the 2007 NBCFAE
A student majoring in an aviation-related degree program with a
grade point average of 3.00 or above and a financial need were the
eligibility requirements for applicants.
Quynh Thu Nguyen Thi, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
student, will apply the $2,000 scholarship towards completing her
Bachelors degree in Air Transportation Management. Ms. Nguyen
Thi’s long term goal includes completing her Masters degree
and working for a major airline in business management.
"I feel truly honored and delighted to receive the 2007 Careers
in Aviation -- National Black Coalition of Federal Aviation
Employees Scholarship," said Quynh Thu Nguyen Thi. "Awarding this
scholarship means a lot to me and gives me additional motivation in
pursuing my education and future career."
Non-profit Careers in Aviation, Inc. assists students to explore
the wide variety of opportunities in aviation.
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