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Scholarship Information

2017 Awards & Scholarships Submissions Is Now Closed

ALEA REGION SCHOLARSHIPS 

Sponsored by ALEA

ALEA sponsors twelve (12) Region scholarships for $2,500 to each recipient

Two (2) per Region (Canadian, Central, Midwest, Northeast, Southeast and Western)


NORM JACOBSON MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIPS MDH FULL COLOR LOGO PRIMARY 01

Sponsored by MD Helicopters

Two (2) scholarships for $2,500 to each recipient


JAMES BLAND MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP JWB1

Sponsored by James Bland Memorial Fund

One (1) scholarship for $2,500 to recipient 


ALAN PURWIN MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP HelinetLogo 1

Sponsored by Helinet

One (1) scholarship for $2,500 to recipient


ASTAR SCHOLARSHIP AIRBUS Logo 2017

Sponsored by Airbus

One (1) scholarship for $1,500 to recipient


Scholarship applicants are encouraged to submit their applications online at www.alea.org. If you mail the application, please mail to ALEA Headquarters, 50 Carroll Creek Way, Suite 260, Frederick, MD 21701. 

ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA:

1.  Applicant must be the child of an ALEA member in good standing who has been a member at least one year at the time the scholarship application is made.

2.  Applicant must be a high school senior who has been accepted to an accredited college or university.

NOTE: Applicants for the Norm Jacobson Memorial and ASTAR Scholarships must be children of ALEA members in good standing who have been members for at least one year at the time the scholarship applications are made. In addition and for purposes of these two scholarships only, these ALEA members must be employed or appointed as peace officers by governmental law enforcement agencies under the laws of any state or nation, whose duties and responsibilities include the assignment as air crew in or supervision and management of their agency’s aviation and/or alternative aircraft operations unit, section, division or department.

SUBMISSION REQUIREMENTS (for high school seniors):

  1. Name of applicant.
  2. Name, relationship and department/agency of qualifying ALEA member.
  3. Applicant’s home address, telephone number and email address.
  4. Applicant’s major field of study.
  5. Name of applicant’s high school and college/university.
  6. Applicant’s current grade point average (state averaging system employed). If you have a weighted GPA, use this figure.
  7. SAT or ACT score.
  8. Photocopy of the most recent high school transcript.
  9. A list and description of extracurricular activities.
  10. Letter(s) of recommendation.
  11. Acknowledgment of acceptance from college/university.
  12. Original essay of no more than 200 words describing why the applicant desires and should be considered for the scholarship.
  13. Digital photograph of applicant in JPEG format.
  14. Any other information the applicant believes the committee should consider.

'POWERED UP' SCHOLARSHIPSAFRAN LOGO rvb

Sponsored by Safran Helicopter Engines USA

One (1) scholarship for $1,500 to recipient

This scholarship is available to both high school seniors and fulltime college students.


Scholarship applicants are encouraged to submit their applications online at www.alea.org. If you mail the application, please mail to ALEA Headquarters, 50 Carroll Creek Way, Suite 260, Frederick, MD 21701

ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA:

  1. Applicant must be the child of an ALEA member in good standing who has been a member at least one year at the time the scholarship application is made.
  2. Applicant may be a high school senior or a full-time college student, who has been accepted to an accredited college or university.

NOTE: For high school seniors, applicants should follow the “Submission Requirements” found under “ALEA Scholarships.” For college students, applicants should follow the requirements below:

SUBMISSION REQUIREMENTS (for full time college students):

  1. Name of applicant.
  2. Name, relationship and department/agency of qualifying ALEA member.
  3. Applicant’s home address, telephone number and email address.
  4. Applicant’s major field of study.
  5. Name of applicant’s college/university or trade school.
  6. Applicant’s current grade point average (state averaging system employed). If the applicant is a candidate for graduate school, provide applicable national assessment score (e.g. GRE).
  7. Photocopy of the most recent college/university or trade school transcript.
  8. A list and description of extracurricular activities.
  9. Letter(s) of recommendation.
  10. Original essay of no more than 200 words describing why the applicant desires and should be considered for the scholarship.
  11. Digital photograph of applicant in JPEG format.
  12. Any other information the applicant believes the committee should consider.

2017 Scholarships - Apply Here

NOTES: ALEA Scholarship applicants are considered for ALL scholarships for which they may be eligible (please do not submit more than one application), with a ranking system utilized to determine the recipient of each. All scholarships are awarded in U.S. dollars. Previous scholarship recipients are not eligible to receive the same scholarship award but may be eligible for other scholarships. Incomplete submissions may result in disqualification.

Questions regarding the application process should be directed to the ALEA Executive Director/CEO, Dan Schwarzbach at (301) 631-2406 or dschwarzbach@alea.org.

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