Alexandria, VA, May 11, 2012 - The National Air Transportation Foundation (NATF) is pleased to announce the Navigate Your Future scholarship, the newest addition to the foundation's scholarship program. This scholarship is offered to a graduating high school student continuing his or her education in the general aviation industry.
The scholarship applicant must be a graduating high school student planning a career in the general aviation field and accepted into an aviation-related program at an accredited college or university.
The applicant must submit along with his or her completed application the letter of acceptance from the college or university and a personal statement discussing his or her general aviation career aspirations, education plan, flight training goals and two or more reasons why he or she should be chosen for this scholarship.
The Navigate Your Future Scholarship, in the amount of $2,500, is to be used for one year of full-time undergraduate study. One award will be granted each year.
The National Air Transportation Foundation is dedicated to promoting general aviation careers through the many scholarships offered. The NATF annually recognizes aviation enthusiasts and encourages development in the general aviation industry. For more information about this scholarship or any of our other scholarship opportunities, please visit our Web site.
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