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ABOUT THE EAA CHAPTER 106 SCHOLARSHIP - VALUE, FUNDING, DONATIONS, & more
VALUE What is the financial value of the 2013 EAA106 Youth Scholarship? Intrinsic?
MONEY Will it cost me (or my parents) anything if I win a scholarship?
FUNDING How is this scholarship funded?
DONATE How may I donate to help fund this scholarship?
FOUNDATION How did this scholarship get started?
during the one-week aviation camp ...)
PLUS: FULL (100%) AIRFARE (est $500-$600) for a flight from a major airport
in NEW ENGLAND to Appleton, WI and ground transportation (by EAA) to the camp.
EAA Chapter 106 will work with the winner & their parents to select a reasonable flight.
NOTE: No money will be awarded. Tuition & airline will be paid directly by EAA Chapter 106.
This is a once-in-a-lifetime experience which many adults would love to do, but it's
limited to youth ages 16-18. You'll learn about the fundamentals of flight, aircraft
systems, weather, construction (with hands-on workshops), and so much more
compressed into 8 days, including airshows, museum tours, and a couple of flights
(in an airplane and a helicopter).
NOTHING -- EAA106 will pay 100% of the Air Academy TUITION ($1,210 in 2013)
The tuition covers the entire aviation camp experience and includes
classes, workshops, 2 flights (1 each in an airplane & a helicopter),
lodging, meals, and snacks.
NOTHING -- EAA106 will book and pay the AIRFARE (est $400-600 flight)
EAA106 will work with you & your parents to select a flight which has
both a reasonable schedule and price - then EAA106 will book and pay
for the flight including all taxes -- AND any fee for ONE BAG.
alance of $1,071 and ask any adults reading this to consider making a TAX-DEDUCTIBLE DONATION by going to our DONATION PAGE at this link: