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ISA + 21 Mission

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ISA+21 is a charitable, non-profit organization of career women airline pilots whose purpose is to: celebrate camaraderie; support informational exchange and social interaction among its members in a healthy environment; provide aviation scholarship opportunities for career-seeking women; and inspire future generations of women aviators via educational outreach.

HomeScholarship Information & Application

The ISA+21 Scholarship Program was designed to encourage women worldwide to pursue careers as airline pilots.  The ISA+21 Scholarship Program awards funds to women for advanced pilot certificates and ratings.  Finalists will be interviewed at the annual Women in Aviation Conference.  If unable to attend, interviews will be arranged prior to the Conference in your hometown or domicile.

 

 

ISA+21 APPLICATIONS ARE COLLECTED BY WOMEN IN AVIATION

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Scholarship Application


Please read and follow application instructions carefully. 

 

 
THE ISA FINANCIAL SCHOLARSHIP

ISA+21 will award four $3500 scholarships to women working to acquire an ATP or a CFI Multi-Engine certificate.  Funds will be paid directly to ALL ATP Flight School and training must be completed within one year at any of their 20 locations.  One letter of recommendation must be from a pilot who has flown with you.  Your resume should include all schools attended and degrees acquired.  Candidates should list academic honors, scholarships, awards and special achievements.

 

QUALIFICATIONS:  Applicants must have a current Medical.  To apply for the ATP - FAA minimum standards and a successful completion of the ATP written within the last year.  A CFI rating is required for the CFI Multi-Engine rating.  Candidates should provide details pertinent to any letters of inquiry from the FAA regarding any aircraft incidents or accidents and a list of all FAA check ride failures.

 

 

THE ISA AIRLINE SCHOLARSHIP

ISA+21 will award two B-737 type ratings.  Both winners will train together for two weeks at Higher Power Aviation located near DFW Airport.  Funds will be paid directly to the flight school and training must be completed within one year.  One letter of recommendation must be from a pilot who has flown with you.  Your resume should include all schools attended and degrees acquired.  Candidates should list academic honors, scholarships, awards and special achievements.

 

QUALIFICATIONS:  Applicant must have a First Class Medical, an Airline Transport Pilot rating (or non-US equivalent), 2000 hours total time that includes 500 multi-engine turbine. Pilots currently flying under CFR Part 121 or equivalent may apply if able to show career and financial need.  Candidates should provide details pertinent to any letters of inquiry from the FAA regarding any aircraft incidents or accidents and a list of all FAA check ride failures.

 

  WAI Scholarship Info

 

 

 LIMITATIONS:

  • Only one Financial and one Type Rating Award is allowed in a lifetime.
  • Applicants may apply as many times as they wish.
  • Applicants must join Women in Aviation (WAI.org) to apply.
  • ISA+21 members are welcome to apply.

  

SELECTION FACTORS
Achievements...Attitude...Commitment...Dedication...Motivation
Reliability...Responsibility...Teamwork...Financial Need

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 ISA SCHOLARSHIP DEADLINES
November 18:  Postmark deadline for completed application packet
March 6 - 8:  Interviews conducted at Women in Aviation Conference 
or prior to the Conference in applicants hometown or domicile
March 10:  Winners will be announced
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The International Society of Women Airline Pilots is a nonprofit
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