Flamingo Air Awards Very First Avionics Scholarship
CINCINNATI, OHIO – MARCH 7, 2017 – Flamingo Air’s Airline Ground Schools has announced the recipient of its very first Avionics Scholarship.
The scholarship, valued at nearly $6,000, was awarded to Stephanie Morris. Stephanie hails from Battle Creek, MI, and she is a member of the Association of Women in Aviation Maintenance (AWAM). Stephanie was awarded the scholarship based on numerous criteria, including background and essay.
The scholarship consists of a two-part program culminating in an Aircraft Electronics Technician Certificate (AET).
Airline Ground Schools was established in 1967 and is now one of the most comprehensive school in the world focused on educating and training aircraft dispatchers and aircraft and drone avionics technicians. Its global campus, located at historic Lunken Airport in Cincinnati, Ohio, boasts nearly 55,000 total graduates.
Although this is the first Avionics award, it is the 72ndscholarship given by Airline Ground Schools at Flamingo Air.
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