Aero Club of New England (ACONE)
Awards range from $500 to $3,000 annually, and all awards are non-renewable. Specific award amounts are listed on the application. Recipients must use scholarship funds within one year.
12 awards offered annually, one per named award.
This scholarship program includes several named awards. The following awards are given for advanced training: the Anne Bridge Baddour Scholarship; the David Frawley Memorial Scholarship; the Lockhart Smith Memorial Scholarship; the Ann Wood-Kelly Memorial Scholarship; and the North Andover Hangar Association Memorial Scholarship. The following awards are given for instrument training: the Dean Edmonds Scholarship; the Dr. Gary P. Kearney Scholarship; the Gerard A. Bures Memorial Scholarship; and the Crocker Snow Memorial Scholarship. The following awards are given for primary training: the Bauer-Bisgeier Memorial Scholarship; the Andrew Channing Cabot Memorial Scholarship; and the Michael T. Hadik Memorial Scholarship. All students must meet the following criteria: hold a current Airman Certificate (unless pursuing primary training); hold a current Medical Certificate; demonstrate financial need; demonstrate exceptional scholastic ability; and have a biennial flight review (unless pursuing primary training).
Applications are available online on the Aero Club of New England (ACONE) website. In addition to a completed signed application, the student must submit the following materials: a copy of all transc ... sign up for full scholarship deadline information.