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National Hall of Fame Announces Scholarship Winner

Georgian Orchestra Teacher Snags Coveted Educational Funding

Julie Rosseter of Suwanee, Georgia has been announced as the lucky recipient of the National Aviation Hall of Fame's Educational development scholarship.

Rosseter works as the Orchestra Director at Riverwatch Middle School, a career that has allowed her to shape the next generation of students and aviators. Rosseter's position in the Orchestra program doesn't preclude the inclusion of aeronautics, as the NAHF said her "exemplary dedication to her students and innovative teaching methods in the field of aviation education set her apart as a deserving educator". As such, she has been awarded the Professional Development Scholarship Opportunity for Educators."

The scholarship, designed to "recognize and support outstanding educators committed to advancing aviation and technology education", attracted a plethora of applications from across the country but Rosseter's resume speaks for itself.

“Julie Rosseter’s passion for education, combined with her commitment to incorporating aviation and technology into her teaching, truly stood out to our selection committee,” said Aimee Maruyama, President/CEO at NAHF.

“We are thrilled to collaborate with the National Aviation Hall of Fame to support educators like Julie Rosseter,” said Terry McVenes, President and CEO at RTCA. “As technology continues to shape our world, it is crucial to empower educators with the resources they need to prepare students at an early age for the challenges and opportunities of the future.”

“We are incredibly honored to be the first recipients of the Professional Development Scholarship from RTCA and the National Aviation Hall of Fame,” said Julie Rosseter and her colleague, Elizabeth Alvarez, musicians and educators extraordinaire. “This scholarship ensures thousands of students each year will learn about Aviation, its pioneers, and its innovations through a STEAM program that uses storytelling, aeronautic design, and orchestra to bring the history of Flight to life. Importantly, this financial support helps further implement these experiences as part of an ongoing curriculum– enabling an exciting platform for learning that centers on Aviation and opens minds to endless possibilities.”



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