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2016-2017 TWO Education Scholarship Award
Three scholarship awards of up to $1,000 each will be granted for courses or training to individuals who are looking to advance/enhance their career in a technical area.The scholarships are open to TWO members and Non-FAA applicants. (Non-FAA applicants must be actively pursuing a technical degree.) WHO IS TWO? Over the last 28 years, TWO, as a non-profit organization within the FAA, has evolved into a vital organization of members supporting the FAA mission. Our membership represents committed, talented, and energetic women and men from various FAA technical organizations. By promoting an understanding of the FAA culture and technical fields, we facilitate women in making significant contributions to the FAA and create a climate of cooperation between professionals. To apply or if you have questions, please contact the TWO Education Chair, Brenda A. Smith-Keene at Brenda.Smith-Keene@faa.gov, (816) 329-2967 or the TWO Director for your Region. The deadline for applications and signed contracts is May 9, 2016. Please mail application, signed contract and supporting documents to: Brenda A. Smith-Keene, TWO Education and Career Development, P.O. Box 47126, Kansas City, MO 64188

 

The 2016 Washington Headquarters Scholarship
Washington Headquarters Scholarship is now available at:
http://www.nbcfaehq.org/.  The application and supporting documents must be submitted by May 27, 2016 (NO EXCEPTIONS) Please contact Phyllis Seaward, HQS ERT Chairperson at HQSNBCFAESCHOLARSHIP@GMAIL.COM

 

2016 Tom Joyner Foundation Full Ride Scholarship Now Accepting Applications

The Tom Joyner Foundation® announced the ‘Full Ride’ scholarship program that will cover all the expenses of one student planning to attend a Historically Black College and University (HBCU) in the fall of 2016. “The cost of a college education isn’t getting any cheaper,” said Tom Joyner, chairman of his Foundation and host of the top-ranked nationally syndicated Tom Joyner Morning show. “So, I want to help a graduating high school senior with a chance to attend a black college to pursue their dreams.”  Students will receive full tuition and stipends for up to 10 semesters to cover on-campus room and board and books. Students must meet the required academic standards each semester to renew the funds each year. Graduating high school seniors can apply for the scholarship by going to the Tom Joyner Foundation website at http://www.tomjoynerfoundation.org to complete the application. Students must have their schools mail their transcripts and recommendations to the Foundation at P.O. Box 630495, Irving, TX 75063-0495.  Applicants must apply and be accepted to an HBCU by July 1, 2016.