Sat, Dec 15, 2007
Scholarship Will Allow Applicant To Complete
Careers in Aviation told ANN Friday
of its partnership with Michelin Aircraft Tire in offering a $1000
scholarship award to a qualified applicant to complete their
education in the field of aerospace.
"Our dedication toward education within the industry is
demonstrated through our continued support of Careers in Aviation,"
said David Barraco, Michelin Global Marketing Communications
The scholarship is open to students enrolled in an
aviation-related degree program, according to Careers In Aviation.
The student must maintain a grade-average of 3.0 or higher.
Michelin Aircraft Tire is a global manufacturer of tires and
tubes for all aviation markets. The company introduced the first
aviation radial tire in 1981, and continues to be known throughout
the industry as a leader in tire technology.
Careers in Aviation advances aerospace education and employment
by fostering scholarships, by connecting students with available
assistance, and by encouraging the aviation industry, professional
associations, government agencies, and the educational community to
work together effectively supporting aviation and space career
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