Helicopter Foundation International (HFI) is pleased to announce the Commercial Pilot Rating and Maintenance Technician Certificate Scholarships will accept new applications beginning Sept. 1, 2016.
Applicants for the Commercial Pilot Rating Scholarship must already have obtained their private license and be enrolled in a commercial helicopter rating program at an FAA-approved Part 141 school or international equivalent. Up to four scholarships may be awarded.
Applicants for the Maintenance Technician Certificate Scholarship must already be enrolled in a maintenance technician certificate program at an FAA-approved Part 147 school or international equivalent. Up to six scholarships may be awarded.
The application deadline is midnight EST Nov. 30, 2016.
If you are enrolled in either pilot or maintenance technician training, review the scholarship descriptions and requirements in more detail at helicopterfoundation.org/scholarships and consider applying for an HFI scholarship. Direct scholarship questions to [email protected]
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