"Are you interested in competing for a scholarship to earn a private pilot license? If so, the Air Force is funding scholarships for AF JROTC cadets to attend private pilot training at public/private universities during the summer of 2021. The scholarship will pay for round-trip airfare, room and board, collegiate academics, and flight hours required to potentially earn a Private Pilot’s Certificate through an in-residence collegiate program that is approximately eight (8) weeks in length.
Application criteria: - Applicant must be a current sophomore, junior, or senior AFJROTC cadet who understand they are volunteering for a scholarship to a public/ private university. - There is no military service commitment or obligation, nor does program completion justify acceptance to military service, ROTC scholarship, or military academy appointment. - Applicant must be at least 17 years old by 9 July 2021, obtain a minimum fitness assessment score of 50, and have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 or better (on a 4.0 scale) to be nominated. - Selected cadets will be identified through a competitive boarding process.
Application window opens Sept 8, 2020. If you're interested, please see a Guidance Counselor or a AF JROTC instructor for more information."
JOHN M. MIGYANKO III, Colonel, USAF (Retired)Senior Aerospace Science Instructor Air Force JROTC, PA-20091 Laurel Highlands High School 300 Bailey Ave, Uniontown PA 15401 724-437-4741 x1155