Pursue Your Dreams
The EAA Chapter 932 is passionate about helping students and youth fulfill their dreams of becoming pilots through our scholarship opportunities:
Flight Training Scholarship
The 2020 Ed Moricoli Flight Training Scholarship application opens January 1st, 2020.
Application submissions due by Sunday, April 12th, 2020.
The scholarship will be awarded to one recipient at our May 9th, 2020 EAA 932 Chapter gathering at Galt Airport.
“The highest art form of all is a human being in control of himself and his airplane in flight, urging the spirit of a machine to match his own.”
Ed Moricoli Memorial Flight Training Scholarship
This scholarship will award qualified student pilots up to $10,000 for initial Private Pilot Certificate. Yearly Scholarship Awards will be determined by the total funds available. Eligibility requirements and rules:
Must be at least 18 years of age on May 9th, 2020
Must hold a valid 3rd Class FAA medical
Agree to obtain flight training with JB Aviation Flight School at Galt Airport
The applicants can be at any stage in flight training, however the scholarship amount will be prorated based on a student’s current progress toward completion.
Flight training must start within one month of the award and be completed within one year.
Must submit a 500-word, typed essay describing how you got interested in aviation and how a pilot certificate will impact your future goals.
Complete application (application, 500-word typed essay, copy of medical certificate, and copy of photo ID) must be received by April 12th, 2020
Members of the EAA Chapter 932 Scholarship Committee and their family members and employees of JB Aviation and their family members may not apply for this scholarship.
Scholarship recipient will be notified in advance and the award will be presented to the recipient on Saturday, May 9th, 2020 @ 10am.
Ed Moricoli, our beloved former chapter president who passed away, aged 75, in December 2016, was an avid aviation enthusiast and student pilot at Galt who sadly did not get his wish of earning his pilot’s license before his death. He was without a doubt the chapter’s biggest cheerleader and campaigned tirelessly, and very successfully, to increase our membership. Ed was the impetus behind this scholarship and he wanted more than anything for the chapter to help disadvantaged students to achieve their goal of becoming a pilot. This scholarship is his legacy and he would be delighted to know we are fulfilling his wish.
Help those in need accomplish their dreams of becoming pilots.