For those who have the drive and desire to pursue a career in the aviation industry, the Museum has created scholarships to help you achieve that dream. Whether you want to build an airplane or fly one, the Museum has a scholarship for you.
Each year, two Yamhill County junior or senior high school students (aged 16-18) who possess an enthusiasm for aviation are chosen to receive this scholarship. The scholarship is valued at $2,500 and can be applied toward ground school instruction, dual and solo flight instruction, pre- and post-flight instruction, the FAA written test and flight examiner’s fee for the private pilot check ride. Note: Actual expenses to complete the training may exceed the scholarship gift amount.
All applications must be received by each February 28. Winners of the Private Pilot Scholarship will be announced by the first business day in April. Download Application PDF
This scholarship provides $1,000 to help a worthy candidate pursue an Associate of Applied Science Degree with FAA A&P Certification. The scholarship is offered to an Oregon public high school senior with a GPA of 3.0 or higher. Applicants must be a U.S. citizen and plan to attend an accredited and FAA approved school within Oregon, such as Lane or Portland Community College, and start in the fall term.
The scholarship funds are to be used for tuition and books only. Upon receipt of the degree, the recipient of the scholarship must commit to working three years within the aviation maintenance industry.
All applications must be received by the last business day each February. Download Application PDF
In memory of Captain Kevin Kyle Mosley, this scholarship was established by his family and friends as a lasting tribute to his love for aviation.
This annual scholarship awards $2,500 to one Oregon high school junior or senior (aged 16-18) with a passion for aviation to help him or her obtain a private pilot license (e.g. ground school instruction, dual and solo flight instruction, pre and post flight instruction, the FAA written test and flight examiner’s fee for the private pilot check ride).
Note: Actual expenses to complete the training may exceed the scholarship gift amount.
Applications must be received by each February 28. The winner will be announced by the first business day in April. Download PDF Application
To be considered, applicants must submit:
1. A complete application (each scholarship has a different application form link, above) including a brief resume
2. A one-page essay describing their interest in obtaining a private pilot license and/or aviation maintenance degree
3. A letter of recommendation from a teacher or a career guidance counselor
Complete applications must be mailed or faxed to:
Attn: Scholarship Committee Evergreen Aviation & Space Museum 500 NE Captain Michael King Smith Way McMinnville, OR 97128
Fax Number: 503-434-4188
If you have any questions, please contact our Education Department at 503-434-4185 or firstname.lastname@example.org.