Chapter 406

Bremerton National Airport, Bremerton WA (KPWT)

Ray Aviation Scholarship

EAA Ray Aviation Scholarship


The EAA Ray Aviation Scholarship is a scholarship program that is funded by the Ray Foundation, managed by EAA, and administered through the EAA Chapter network. Through the generous support of the Ray Foundation, EAA provides up to $11,000 to deserving youths to help cover their flight training expenses, totaling $1,800,000 in annual scholarship funding.

EAA chapters apply for a scholarship, and if approved, the chapter then awards the scholarship to a youth or young adult to help them become a pilot. In addition to scholarship funding, the chapter also helps mentor the scholar and supports them on their path to becoming a licensed pilot.

This scholarship is available for candidates 16-19 years old who are pursuing a Private Pilot or Sport Pilot certificate, and for candidates 15-19 years old who are pursuing a Glider Pilot certificate.

Learn more at EAA.org/RayScholars

 

The 2021 EAA Chapter 406 Ray Foundation Aviation Scholarship recipient is Morgan Thomas.

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Morgan has had his head in the clouds for as long has he can remember. Our own Doug Haughton will continue to mentor Morgan as he progresses through his private pilot certificate journey. Of course, all chapter members are mentors and the chapter collectively is excited and supportive of Morgan's immersion into the world of aviation.

You can follow his journey on instagram @flyingwithmorgan

 

 

Julia

EAA Chapter 406, Bremerton Pilots Association and Avian Flight Center have awarded a flight training scholarship to Julia Fisher

 

Julia is 17 and is an incoming senior at Covenant High School in Tacoma. There, she is involved in drama, tutoring outreach, and as an officer in Honor Society. When she can get away from school, she often goes flying with her family. She has been flying in her family's Cessna Cardinal since before she could walk. Some of her favorite memories include airplane camping in Idaho and Montana and visiting fly ins such as the Arlington Fly In. When she isn't flying, she enjoys reading, arts and crafts, and playing board games.

We welcome Julia as a member of EAA Chapter 406 and are excited as she begins her flight training, continuing her families aviation traditions.

 

UPDATE Summer 2021:  Julia has completed her flight training and is now pursuing an engineering degree at an Oregon university.

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