Expanded Aviation Maintenance Scholarship Opportunities Available for Newly Enrolling Students
National Aviation Academy (NAA) announces an expansion of student scholarship availability to provide hands-on learners increased access to quality aviation maintenance education.
National Aviation Academy (NAA) announced today the expansion of available aviation maintenance scholarship funding for newly enrolling students at their Tampa Bay campus in Clearwater, FL.
This increase in student scholarships has been made possible through the support of the industry and educational foundations, and provides hands-on learners an even greater opportunity to invest in themselves through quality aviation maintenance training at National Aviation Academy. New students who have enrolled in an NAA program but have yet to start their training can apply for awards up to $3,000. Eligible students can use this funding to complete training and enter the industry as certified technicians in as little as 14 months.
“National Aviation Academy is dedicated to providing quality aviation maintenance education to all students.
We are pleased that this newest expansion of student scholarship funding continues and extends that commitment to our students and the industry at large,” said Holli Hudson, Chief Strategy Officer.
As the need for skilled workers drives individuals towards career-driven educational pathways, this is an ideal time to begin Airframe and Powerplant (A&P) training at NAA. Boeing has forecasted that 610,000 new aviation maintenance technicians will be needed to support the aviation industry by 2041.NAA scholarships can offset the cost of training, so qualifying students can better overcome barriers to achieving professional success in the aviation industry and beyond.
NAA’s aviation maintenance training offers access to rewarding careers in aviation maintenance, even if an individual has no prior hands-on experience – the curriculum pairs with career-focused, practical experience with the industry’s requirements in mind. Recent graduates have gone on to positions with exciting employers from Boeing to SpaceX, with them and other industry-leading companies having recruited onsite at NAA Career Fairs routinely. Increased scholarship opportunities will help support industry demand and allow individuals to pursue rewarding, pride-filled careers in aviation maintenance.
For more information on scholarship details, eligibility, and how to apply, visit: naa.edu/naa-scholarship/