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Deadline for IADA Business Aviation Scholarships Nears

Applications Must be Received by 01 September 2023

Students wishing to apply for scholarships granted by the International Aircraft Dealers Association (IADA) must do so prior to the 01 September 2023 deadline. IADA Foundation scholarship awards range from one-thousand to five-thousand dollars (U.S.).

The IADA Foundation supports philanthropic programs providing scholarships to college students preparing for careers in business aviation.

IADA CEO Wayne Starling stated: “We offer nearly thirty colleges and universities the opportunity for individual scholarships to undergraduate and graduate students seeking further education leading to professions within business aviation. This is a great opportunity for the business aviation leaders of tomorrow to get a boost in their educational advancement.”

The IADA business aviation scholarship program was established to benefit university students seeking careers in business aviation, specifically within corporate aircraft sales, marketing, finance, legal, and insurance disciplines. The application is available online at International Aircraft Dealers Association | IADA.

Participating schools are assigned discrete keycodes which scholarship applicants must obtain from their respective institutions’ financial aid offices. Students may use subject codes to login to IADA.aero for purpose of completing online applications, uploading transcripts, and submitting essays pertaining to their individual passions for aviation or the means by which they were inspired to pursue careers in business aviation.

Selection of scholarship recipients is predicated upon a points system that considers students across multiple schools.

IADA business aviation scholarships are available to full-time undergraduate (freshman through senior-year) students taking a minimum of 12-credit-hours per-semester. Graduate students may also apply. Applicants must have a minimum cumulative 3.0 GPA on a 4.0 grading-scale (high school GPA for freshman applicants). The IADA board approves scholarships awards and advises selected applicants via their respective university’s financial aid offices by no later than 30 November 2023.

Participating schools include: Andrews University; Auburn University; Baylor University; Broward College; Charleston Southern University; Colorado Northwestern Community College; Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University; Florida Institute of Technology (Florida Tech); Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech); Indiana State University; Iowa Western Community College; Kansas State University, Salina Aerospace and Technology; Lewis University; Louisiana Tech University; Metropolitan State University of Denver; Middle Georgia State University; Middle Tennessee State University; Oklahoma State University; Purdue University; Saint Louis University, Parks College of Engineering, Aviation and Technology; South Dakota School of Mines and Technology; Seton Hall University; Southern Illinois University Carbondale; University of California, San Diego; University of Nebraska, Omaha; University of North Dakota, John D. Odegard School of Aerospace Sciences; University of Oklahoma; University of North Texas; and Vaughn College of Aeronautics and Technology.

Aviation program students attending institutions other than the aforementioned are encouraged to prevail upon their schools’ financial aid offices to contact IADA managing director Erika Ingle at (866) 284-4744.

FMI: www.iada.aero

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