National Aviation Hall of Fame issues “Call for Entries” for Aerospace Teacher of the Year Award

The National Aviation Hall of Fame is seeking entries for its 33nd Annual A. Scott Crossfield Aerospace Education Teacher of the Year Award, which includes a cash stipend. Founded in 1986 by famed research test pilot, the late A. Scott Crossfield, the award is a juried competition open to current classroom teachers from grades kindergarten […]

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Oklahoma Aeronautics Commission Accepting Applications for Aviation and Aerospace Education Grant Program

The Oklahoma Aeronautics Commission announced that the FY20 Aeronautics Commission Aviation & Aerospace Education Grant Program is now accepting applications through May 31, 2019.  Any learning institutions or organizations instructing an aviation and/or aerospace minded educational program or camp in the coming year should apply.  Aerospace and aviation education is one of the Aeronautics Commission’s […]

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Boeing Partners with Embry-Riddle to Offer Scholarships for Future Pilots and Aviation Maintenance Technicians

Boeing has announced plans to establish a $3 million permanent endowment for scholarships at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University to assist students interested in pursuing a pilot’s license and certificates in aviation maintenance. The Boeing scholarships at Embry-Riddle will seek to increase the number of underrepresented populations in the pilot workforce, particularly women and persons of color […]

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Vermont Wing of Civil Air Patrol Helps Educate Local Students on Aviation Careers & Ops at Burlington International Airport

More than 40 fifth and sixth graders from the Orange Center School near Barre, Vermont, enjoyed an extensive introduction to aviation careers and the workings of their local international airport last week. The tour, organized under by the aerospace education program of the Vermont Wing of the Civil Air Patrol (CAP)  here, afforded the excited […]

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