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OUR SCHOLARSHIP WINDOW IS NOW OPEN!

Scholarship Recipients 2019


Scholarship Type Winners

We have passed the $1.3 Million Mark! Congratulations, Ladies!

ISA provides scholarship assistance for women whose goal is to become an airline pilot. This scholarship assistance has taken the form of ratings, type ratings, and other career assistance.

ISA SCHOLARSHIP DEADLINES:

Tuesday, November 12, 2019.
For 2020 Scholarships.



ISA Financial Scholarship Application

The International Society of Women Airline Pilots (ISA+21) 2020 Financial Scholarships

We are awarding five scholarships in 2020. (One provided with funds from Delta Air Lines; two from generous donations in memory of Francesca Norris.) We intend to make the Francesca Norris Memorial Scholarship an annual award for years to come.

 
The International Society of Women Airline Pilots (ISA+21) offers scholarships to promote the advancement of women in the world’s airline flight decks. ISA+21 will award five scholarships up to $5000  to women working to acquire a CFI, CFII or MEI certificate, Initial Flight Training Instructor (FIR), Multi Engine Training Approval (META), or Air Transport Pilot License (ATP or ATPL) certificate.

Funds will be paid directly to an accredited college or university with an aviation curriculum, an aviation technical school, or government approved flight school.

Training must be completed within one year of the award. 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, leaderships, volunteerism, and special achievements.  
 
Applicants must be a woman with a current FAA medical. The appropriate written exams must be completed with a passing grade before scholarship dispersal. Candidates should provide details pertinent to any letters of inquiry from the FAA regarding any aircraft incidents and a list of all FAA check rides and their outcomes. Please include in your essay stating why you are in financial, as well as career, need of our scholarship.

ISA Financial Scholarship Application
Limitations:

Only one Financial Award is allowed in a lifetime.
Applicants may apply as many times as they wish.
Applicants do not have to belong to ISA or WAI to apply for the financial scholarship.

Contact scholarship@iswap.org with questions specific to ISA+21


ISA SCHOLARSHIP DEADLINES:
Tuesday, November 12, 2019.
For 2020 Scholarships.

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The International Society of Women Airline Pilots (ISA+21)
2020 Airline Type Rating Scholarships (2)

 
The International Society of Women Airline Pilots (ISA+21) offers scholarships to promote the advancement of women in the world’s airline flight decks. ISA+21 will award two B737 or A320 type ratings valued at $10,000 each. The successful candidates will train for eight days with Flight Training International in Miami. Funds will be paid directly to the flight school and training must be completed within 18 months.

Applicants must have an ATP, a minimum of 3000 hours total time including at least 500 multi-engine turbine, and a current first class medical certificate. Candidates should provide details pertinent to letters of inquiry from the FAA regarding any aircraft incidents or accidents. We require a list of all FAA check rides and their outcomes.

Finalists will be interviewed at the annual Women in Aviation conference. The recipient is responsible for all travel, housing, and personal expenses during training. Hotel reservation assistance is available.

Winners will be notified after the Women in Aviation conference.

Limitations:
Only 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 by November 1, 2019 to apply.
ISA+21 members are welcome to apply.

ISA+21 Airline Type Rating Scholarship Applications
are collected by Women in Aviation


WAI Scholarships

Scholarship applications must be signed and postmarked by November 12, 2019.
Scholarship application materials should be mailed to:

WAI Scholarships
3647 State Route 503 South
West Alexandria, OH 45381

Contact scholarship coordinator Donna Wallace by email or call 937-839-4647 with questions about the application process at WAI (Women in Aviation). Contact Karen Noll karenjnoll@gmail.com or Natasha Shcheglova shcheglova.natasha@gmail.com with questions specific to ISA+21. Remember ISA+21 is providing the scholarship, but WAI collects applications applied for through their website and sends them to us.


Applicants must be a member of Women in Aviation International by November 1, 2019.
Interviews for the airline scholarship conducted at the Women in Aviation  Conference:

March 5-7, 2020
  (Or Skype/Facetime/other arrangement.)

Winners will be notified after the WAI conference..

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Limitations:

Only one Financial and one Type Rating Award allowed in a lifetime.
Applicants may apply as many times as they wish.
Applicants do not have to belong to ISA or WAI to apply for the financial scholarship.

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Selection Factors:


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

Our winners' goals must include: Desire to be an airline pilot. 

State NONE  if you have no violations—or clarify if you do.


  Just a reminder: ISA+21, a group of women airline pilots, is awarding these scholarships...not WAI, a particular airline, or any other entity. 


Our members can see more detailed information about the women who have been awarded over the years and where they are now.


Scholarships Winners Over the Years

SPONSORS:
Delta Air Lines
Francesca Norris Memorial Scholarship Fund
Members of ISA+21

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