AMFA 2018 Scholarshipkbaker
AMFA is committed to providing our members and those interested in the craft a means to research and secure the necessary licenses to maintain aircraft. The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) requires these licenses to perform maintenance on aircraft and they are essential to our craft. The main licenses are known as the FAA Airframe License and the FAA Powerplant License (also known as A&P). They are often called “licenses to learn,” as often in life there is ample opportunity to learn more once one begins utilizing their education.
Most of our members have already earned these licenses through training at a college, university, trade school, or while serving in the United States Military. There are several programs available in the United States and they range from a technical school that may take 16-24 months, to an Associate’s Degree taking two years, and there are even Bachelor’s Degree options available.
Once each year, AMFA awards a scholarship to a deserving student who is working to join our craft. It is a great opportunity and the Association is proud to offer it. Recent recipients have come from PIA, Tulsa Technical Center, Embry-Riddle Aeronatical University, and Spartan College of Aeronautics. We are currently accepting applications for our 2018 scholarship
AMFA National will be awarding two (2) $2500 scholarships for 2018. Please click below for more details. Applications for the scholarship are due no later than February 28, 2018.