The essay topic is: “A day in the life of an aerial applicator – sunup to sundown”
The essay must be a minimum of 400 words and must be typed and double spaced.
Please read the General Instructions below before completing your scholarship packet.
A $1,000 and $500 scholarship presented by the Nebraska Aviation Trades Association are awarded to any high school senior or individual who is a resident of the state of Nebraska continuing their education and a full time student.
The scholarship is for one year and is nonrenewable.
All applications with essay of minimum of 400 words typed and double spaced and must be received by March 15, 2017.
The Essay topic is “A day in the life of an aerial applicator – sunup to sundown”
Applicant must use an official application which has been dated and signed by the student.
Typewritten applications are preferred but handwritten submissions are acceptable, except for the essay which MUST be typed and double spaced.
Application must include the signature of a voting member of the Nebraska Aviation Trades Association.
A list of members is attached at the end of this application.
Applications and all supporting documents must be in English.
Official high school transcripts of student records from the beginning of the 9th grade to due date of application must accompany all applications.
SAT and ACT test scores or related equivalent must be included with application.
The Women's Nebraska Aviation Trades Association shall pick a minimum of three members as the Selection Committee.
Winner will be notified prior to May 15, 2017.
If you have any questions, please contact Judy McDowell, Nebraska Aviation Trades Association at 402-475-NATA or email: email@example.com.
Send the completed application form to:
Nebraska Aviation Trades Association Scholarship Judy McDowell 192 W Lakeshore Dr. Lincoln, NE 68528