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Saturday, June 25, 2011

WCA Corporate Scholarships for 2011

WCA is pleased to announce the newest lineup of scholarship offerings at this years 2011 NBAA Flight Attendants/ Flight Technicians Conference. The following awards will be presented at the National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) Convention October 10-12, 2011 in Las Vegas, NV (

For more information on scholarships, go to

Women in Corporate Aviation Career Scholarship ($2000)

The Women in Corporate Aviation Career Scholarship is offered by the members and sponsors of Women in Corporate Aviation to any person pursuing professional development or career advancement in any job classification of corporate/business aviation. The award must be used toward a specific program of education. Suggested uses include (but are not limited to): Flight training, dispatcher training, maintenance training, corporate flight attendant training and upgrades in aviation education. The award cannot be used for general business course work. Scholarship will not be awarded to previous winners of Women in Corporate Aviation scholarships. If you are a pilot please submit copies of pilot licenses, medical and logbook pages with your application.

Susan B. Friedenberg Corporate Flight Attendant & Consulting Scholarship ($3800)

Four day business aviation flight attendant training program. You will learn how to approach contract flying, how to interview for contractual and full time positions, how to manage yourself as a contract/freelance flight attendant, plus learn specific marketing techniques. Catering information, food safety International trip planning for remote global travel on our long range aircraft. How to gather information needed for menu planning, catering, ordering, intricacies catering presents for International trip planning.

FACTS Training - Initial or Recurrent Training ($4765)

FACTS Emergency Procedures Training (1 award) – This five-day initial or two-day recurrent emergency procedures training for business aviation crewmembers is available at any of 50-plus FACTS Training programs throughout the United States. The initial training is divided into two-day indoctrination/galley safety and service training and three-day FACTS initial emergency procedures training. All training meets FAR Part 135 requirements, industry best practices and IS-BAO standards./ Recipient must be 21 years of age. No prior aviation experience is necessary. Initial training is a full packaged deal which includes 2 days of Indoctrination/Inflight Service Training followed by three days of intensive emergeny procedures training.


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