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Phillips 66 Flight Training Award
Phillips 66® Aviation is a proud sponsor of the EAA and has been the presenting sponsor of the Young Eagles program since its beginning. In honor of their 90th anniversary, Phillips 66 Aviation is providing additional support to the more than 2 million future pilots who've flown with the program by offering a flight training award in the amount of $13,200. Anyone interested in learning to fly is invited to apply, and applicants that have had a Young Eagles flight will be given preference. It is required that all flight training supported by the Phillips 66 flight training award be conducted at a Phillips 66 branded FBO. Also, the recipient of the flight training award must be a US or Canadian citizen.
Richard R. Harper Flight Training Award
Richard Harper passed away at the early age of 57. He proudly served his country in the United States Army and later had a long career as a pilot for United Parcel Service starting his career in DC-8’s and then flying 757’s and 767’s. Rick was a hard working kind hearted man with a passion for life. He loved to help anyone in need. He was a devoted family man and cared deeply about family values. He worked hard to establish his career as a pilot, loved his aviation career and was excited to be able to mentor and encourage upcoming pilots to pursue their dreams. Richard’s wife, Gretchen, has created this scholarship to award two $7,500 Flight Training Scholarships to qualified applicants that show financial need as well as a passion for flight and the ambition to pursue a career as a pilot. Funds will be allocated to the student and the selected training program to ensure appropriate use and a process for progress checks.
Tinker Murdock Family Flight Training Award
Through the generosity of Michael Murdock and Anne Tinker, this scholarship awards up to $7,500 to a Young Eagle/Next step applicant seeking to further their aviation training by completing a private pilot’s certificate. Applicants will be actively involved in EAA’s online ground school or other training program, demonstrating their commitment to the education opportunity. Application should include a written goal statement that includes details on how certification will help support that goal. Funds will be allocated to the student and the selected training program to ensure appropriate use and a process for progress checks.
Noah Favaregh Flight Training Award
This endowed scholarship has been established to remember and honor the spirit and dedication of Noah Favaregh and support the dreams of aviators everywhere! This flight training scholarship will be awarded to the candidate to help fund their achievement of obtaining a pilot’s certification. The funds will be awarded to the candidate and their selected training program jointly with benchmarks for achievement set forward prior to release of funding. The selected candidate will have already soloed.