Be part of the largest gathering of passionate female aviators and aviation enthusiasts during EAA WomenVenture 2021 at EAA AirVenture Oshkosh!
EAA WomenVenture is an annual celebration of women in all facets of the aviation community. Activities are scheduled during EAA AirVenture Oshkosh to provide women the opportunity to connect with other women who love aviation and build camaraderie within the EAA community.
This inspiring week includes a networking social, annual group photo with more than 1,000 women on Boeing Plaza, women's Power Lunch with keynote speaker and special evening program.
A free limited-edition EAA WomenVenture T-shirt is available to all women who participate in the EAA WomenVenture 2021 group photo.
Check back in 2021 to register and for additional programming details!
Were you in the 2019 EAA WomenVenture photo? Download it today!
EAA WomenVenture Supporting Sponsors:
United Airlines Flight Operations Pilot Scholarship
United Airlines is proud to partner with EAA WomenVenture supporting female aviators. As an industry leader passionate about diversity and inclusion, United Airlines’ mission is to create an inclusive work environment characterized by dignity and respect that empowers every employee to serve the global marketplace and contribute to company success. United Airlines would like to make a difference in the life of one aspiring female airline pilot who are pursuing their dream in the world of aviation. One $5,000 scholarship will be awarded to a woman currently meeting the following criteria:
- Must be a current, full time student enrolled in an accredited collegiate aviation or aeronautical science program at application deadline.
- FAA Instrument rating preferred
- Minimum of 3.0 cumulative GPA required
This scholarship is intended for women seeking advancement in professional aviation development towards a career as a professional airline pilot. The recipient will be chosen on a basis of merit, career aspirations and dedication, as well as contributions to their community.
Items that may be asked for if moved to the final round include:
- Two letters of recommendation are required. One from a faculty member or flight instructor and one from a pilot who has flown with candidate.
- Academic transcripts
- Copies of pilot certificates (if applicable)
- Copies of medical certificate (if applicable)
Scholarship funds will be paid directly to recipient’s flight school and training must be completed within one year.
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