There are endless program and activities for chapters to take part in. Check out a few of the ones that EAA has to offer.
EAA’s Young Eagles Workshops provide chapters with opportunities to offer youths a pathway to aviation through education at a local airport.
The EAA Chapter Adirondack Chair program is a great hands-on chapter activity designed to engage chapter members with an accomplishable and fun woodworking build project.
EAA’s Flying Start program offers chapters the opportunity to reach out to the local community and engage with people who are interested in the world of flight.
The EAA Young Eagles Build and Fly program is an intensive RC model building and flying initiative to introduce youth to aircraft construction and the fundamentals of flight.
Learn about EAA’s Chapter Recognition program. See how your chapter can be recognized, and what opportunities are available.
EAA will match 30% of qualified tool purchases up to $300 per chapter for 2019/2020 until the $30,000 grant is exhausted.
Learn about this youth flight training scholarship program, and how your chapter can take advantage of this offering.
Find information here about establishing a flying club.
EAA’s Eagle Flights® is a free introductory flight experience and informal mentoring program designed to welcome and encourage adults who want to discover flying.
The IMC Club is to promote instrument flying, proficiency, and safety.
Non-instrument rated pilots who want to improve their proficiency now have an excellent new resource through EAA’s VMC Club.
Find all of your Young Eagle resources and youth activities here!
EAA Technical Counselors are experienced airplane builders, restorers, and mechanics who volunteer their time to visit other EAA members who are in the process of building or restoring their own aircraft.
EAA Flight Advisors can help you find the right path to get you flying efficiently and, most importantly, safely.
Charitable flights offered by your chapter must meet certain FAA standards.