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Women In Aviation Accepting 2024 Scholarship Applications

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Utilizing a new online platform, the 2024 Women in Aviation International (WAI) scholarship program is officially open, and members can review dozens of scholarships at www.WAI.org/scholarships. Currently, there are over 105 scholarships valued at more than $1-million offered for flight-training, engineering, maintenance, dispatch, drones, and professional development for individuals in all stages of life.

The 2024 scholarship cycle includes nearly ten new scholarships to further members’ learning in flight training, space engineering, and aircraft maintenance. Applicants are encouraged to check for new scholarships often and may apply for up to three scholarships per year.

“WAI proactively works to address our industry’s challenges, and one of those priorities is investing in our current and future global workforce,” says WAI Interim CEO Stephanie Kenyon. “The support of our annual scholarship program is one of the major benefits of being a WAI member, and we appreciate the generosity of our scholarship sponsors.”

The total amount of scholarships awarded by WAI since 1995 is now more than $16.4-million.

Many of the 2024 scholarships will be awarded during the 35th Annual Women in Aviation International Conference in Orlando, Florida, from 21-23 March 2024. In order to qualify for a scholarship, the applicant must be a WAI member as of 01 October 2023. Applications must be submitted to  WAI by 23:59 EDT 12 October 2023. 

FMI: www.WAI.org/scholarships


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